YouTube To Drop Support For IE6, Others In March

IE6 users take heed for YouTube will drop support for your browser on March 13. That’s not to say you won’t be able to watch videos, but specific features – whatever they might be – will not work with your dinosaur browser. The same goes for those of you running Chrome 4.0, Firefox 3.0, Safari 3.0 and those of you running IE7. …

We Have Things To Break, Help Us Break Said Things

We currently have two products in the lab that need to be tested – Casio Exilim EX-G1 (a camera) and Casio G’zOne Brigade (a cell phone). Both products are of the rough and tumble variety, so our goal is to break them. How should we do it? Everything will be caught on camera so sky’s the limit.

Apple’s Sexy iPhone App Ban Explained

Over the last few days Apple has inexplicably pulled a number of apps thought to be offensive or a wee bit too titillating. This isn’t the first we’ve heard of such a stunt but the latest purge has left many baffled. According to Apple’s Phil Schiller, a flood of complaints from women and parents triggered the removal of many apps …

Hands-on With the Motorola Devour (Verizon Wireless)

Motorola’s second Android device for Verizon has landed at the Techland offices. Say hello to the Devour. It will be available in Verizon stores for $149.99 after a $100MIR in mid-March. However, Best Buy will begin selling the device this Thursday. Price is currently TBD, but I don’t see it being much different, if it all, from the

In Which We Demo Project Natal

It’s safe to say that Project Natal needs no introduction but if you’ve been living under a rock or are unfamiliar with Xbox then think of Natal as Microsoft’s answer to the Wii. It was announced at last year’s E3 and little has changed since other than a release date – “in time for the holidays” – and the demo was …

The Daily Dose

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Today in Techland: Fiasco! If you were looking for us earlier, you may have noticed that we were nowhere to be found. Let’s set the record straight: We were just trying on our invisibility cloak. It worked, swimmingly.

Anywho, today we saw three new execs named to head DC Entertainment: Jim Lee, Dan …

Video Review: eStarling WiFi Photo Frame, Starring Twitter

Because you should never, ever, ever be more than 15 feet away from Twitter at any given time, the $200 eStarling TouchConnect digital photo frame provides yet another way to keep up with the mindless goings-on of your favorite internet celebrities.

I bet you’re expecting me to plug my own Twitter feed here. Well, I won’t. It’s not …

Dear Microsoft – Outlook ≠ Google Buzz

Hot on the heels of Google’s Buzz launch, Microsoft is pushing out the beta release for Outlook Social Connector, an add-on that pulls info from social-networking sites. Sound familiar? If you’ve been using Xobni then I’m sure you’ve already been using this type of functionality for quite some time.

Users of Office 2003, 2007 …

Wired Demos Tablet App

Chris Anderson and the folks from Adobe shared a tiny morsel of what Wired might look like on a tablet last week at TED. What they showed was “live code” with actual copy from Wired and not a fancy mockup video like this one. What’s most interesting is that the design team that puts together the print edition of Wired in Adobe …

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