Consumer Electronics Show: 11 Tech Trends for 2011

The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show has officially drawn to a close. The biggest tech show around, CES covers over 3 million square feet of floor space and draws over 100,000 industry insiders to Las Vegas in early January every year to set the tone for what we can expect to see from the world of technology in the not-too-distant future. …

10 Mac Store Apps To Get You Started

The Mac App Store has finally opened, and that means we can stop worrying about making that trip to the Mac store just for a program just to find out it’s been backordered. There’s no waiting in line, just waiting for your internet connection to finish the download and your computer to install the product. Now that you don’t have to …

New Year’s Resolution: A Savvier Facebook Profile

With Facebook’s ever-evolving profile, sometimes it seems simpler to leave your profile information untouched than update it, even if your fondness for The Amazing Race has seriously dwindled over the last few years. Still, your online identity could be in serious need of some readjustments.

As Facebook profiles are now considered a …

Ten Video Games for Fighting Holiday Flab

The holidays are over. They’re over. Let ’em go. We all overindulged, we all said we wouldn’t, and now we’re all resolving to get back in shape. Short of running outside in the freezing cold or taking out a second mortgage to cover a gym membership, here are 10 video games to help trim that waistline.

The Tech Letdowns of 2010 (and Their Silver Linings for 2011)

One of the most exciting aspects of technology is how fast everything moves. Yet despite all the advances within the industry, some things just take forever to make it to market or never make it at all. Here’s a look at some of the ideas and trends that didn’t quite make it this year along with their potential upsides for 2011.

The Top 25 Nerds Of The Year

Was 2010 the year geek became chic? Tough to make a case against it — Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was on the silver screen, deep-space tech bailed out some caved-in miners, and Julian Assange became the pallid rogue who kept governments guessing. But they weren’t alone: Techland takes a look back on the top 25 nerds of the year.

What We’re Looking Forward to in 2011: Gadgets and Tech

Leaving so soon, 2010? You just got here! No matter. The gadgets and tech landscape for 2011 looks relatively promising. Let’s take a peek at what we’re looking forward to next year as it pertains to next-generation baubles, trinkets and other assorted curiosities.

What We’re Looking Forward to in 2011: Entertainment

You can stop whining about how there’s nothing good in theaters these days. 2011 has treats for the movie and TV nerd, and if you’re like us and love sci-fi, horror and anything overly complicated and technical, well then we’ll save a seat in the theater for you. From prequels years in the making like the Untitled Alien Prequel to …

Top 10 Alternative iPad Web Browsers

If you find Apple’s Safari web browser to be a bit too limiting on your iPad, there are a whole host of alternative browsers out there. Here’s a list of some of the better ones that offer nice extras like tabbed browsing, privacy management, advanced touchscreen controls and more.

Top 10 Tech Disasters That Haven’t Happened… Yet

Congratulations: You’ve survived another year, and 2010 was quite an eventful one. For all the technological advances we made his year including iPads and colored e-readers, we still fear the day where our electronics and inventions will rise up against or fail us, rendering the human race extinct. In honor of the book A is for

Five Gadgets Santa Should Have

We all know Santa knows magic and that’s how he’s able to visit every kid’s house in the world on Christmas Eve, but today’s Santa might be able to make his biggest working days of the year easier by investing in some of the latest technologies.

From a translator so he can read every kid’s Christmas list to a high-tech sleigh that GE …

Top 25 Tech Fails of the Year

From Apple’s “Antennagate” to dubious 4G marketing schemes, we had plenty of things to shake our heads at this year. Some, like Tumblr’s marathon outage, became mild annoyances, while others could change our environment forever.

More often than not, it’s a company’s inability to admit mistakes that leaves scuffmarks all …

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