If you use both Gmail and Google Calendar for your e-mail and planning needs, respectively, you can now create calendar events from directly within Gmail messages.
The Verge’s Paul Miller went offline for an entire year. The short version of his story: First it was good, then not so good. And now that he’s back, it’s good in a different way.
Starting May 1 (and for a limited time), if you bring a smartphone that’s less than three years old and still in “good, working condition” into an AT&T store, you can get $100 or more to use toward the purchase of a new phone.
Just in time for Outdoor Drinking Season (capitalized because of its importance), here’s the iFlask.
The Buddy Cup connects to your Facebook account, and when you clank it against someone else’s Buddy Cup, the two of you become friends on Facebook.
What if I told you that for $149, you could eliminate every single challenge associated with parenthood?
AllThingsD’s Kara Swisher is reporting that popular daily deals site LivingSocial “has suffered a massive cyber-attack on its computer systems.”
Bloomberg reports “people with knowledge of the matter” as saying that Amazon is working on a TV box for streaming on-demand video. The rumored box will apparently be available later this year and looks to compete with the likes of Apple TV, Roku and similar streaming boxes.
It’s a breathalyzer with a Bluetooth connection, so you can display your level of drunkenness on your cellphone. The fun doesn’t stop there, though.
Here’s a representative sampling of some of the various Q10 reviews that have been trickling out.
For those times when you’re lying on the couch and your cellphone, tablet, landline, laptop and desktop are just out of reach, but you happen to be playing Xbox 360, you can now order pizza from Pizza Hut.
Netflix currently allows two simultaneous streams; a new plan coming soon will allow up to four.