I like Rob Brennan’s cake. [flickr]
Etsy via Cult of Mac.
From the Cincinatti Inquirer: A clerk at the Apple Store in Kenwood Towne Centre kept a cool head when a customer reportedly took his frustration with his iPhone too far. Hamilton County sheriff’s deputies say Donald Goodrich, 38, took his phone into the store and told the clerk, “I’m so mad I could pop a […]
From Continous Lean, via Daring Fireball.
Dr. Kal Mos, Engineering Director for Mercedes-Benz R&D, North America, demonstrates future in-vehicle entertainment and information systems at the company’s Palo Alto lab. In the fourth post from our visit to Mercedes’ North American research lab in Palo Alto (Disclosure: MB is a sponsor of BBG), we discover that COMAND’s next-gen media streaming user interface […]
Ooma sells lifetime VOIP subscriptions for $250, including excellent hardware: a great deal if you are even remotely capable of financial planning. Its new model, the Telo, also includes a matching DECT 6.0 handset. I prefer the blocky look of the original box, but this one is more fashionable. The VOIP deal changes, too, with […]
HP’s latest mediasmart home server can stack up to 17TB of storage in a box the size of one of those little desktop fridges you can buy from Skymall. Data. Beer. Your decision. P.S. it has much-improved Mac admin software, and an enhanced media/video collection and conversion package, say the makers. Datasheet (PDF) [HP]
The irony being that searching for “Pirate Bay” now brings up the infinitely shiftier piratebay.com. From the Google results: In response to a complaint we received under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act, we have removed 4 result(s) from this page. If you wish, you may read the DMCA complaint that caused the removal(s) at […]
Sony’s PSPGo, though a nice piece of hardware, is a raw deal for customers: the only way to buy games is online, from Sony, and the prices are jacked way up. Ars Techinca describes it in scathing terms. Sony’s new portable is nothing but raw deal after raw deal. The complaints are numerous, the slights […]
“Great hardware, but…” could be Sony’s epitaph.