Tune in to today's 404 episode to learn how to enter for a chance to win one of three Threadless t-shirts and a $30 gift certificate to Threadless.com! Richard "Gems" Peterson fills in for Ariel and tells us about his trip to Seattle with Affirmation, an organization supporting gay and lesbian members of the Mormon church.
The first three Web sites I tried to print my online calendar didn't work out. $198.27 later, nine calendars made with Apple iPhoto are on the way.
CNET Editor Josh Lowensohn spends a week with a new high-tech pedometer called the Fitbit that tracks fitness benchmarks, then sends them to the cloud.
What Eye-Fi did for photos it's now doing for video.
Based on Adobe's AIR platform, it centralizes videos, pictures, and documents for browsing without regard to where the information is being kept.
A hands-on look at the Eye-Fi Card, a 2GB SD memory card that enables wireless photo uploading with any compatible digital camera.
Eye-Fi has revealed the Eye-Fi Card, a 2GB SD card with Wi-Fi capabilities that can let your camera sync to local systems and upload to popular photo sharing sites wirelessly.
My birthday is registered with at least 500 sites, so what are they doing with it?
After announcing a tweaked iLife recently, Apple invited us to view the new product. We discovered that iPhoto has benefited from features borrowed from other Apple software
Address and calendar organization site branches into friendlier kind of networking by allowing users to spice up profiles with feeds from Twitter, Digg, Flickr, etc.