Dell is slowly ambling its way into the tablet arena. This summer we’ll see the Dell Streak 5, an unfortunately-named 5-inch Android tablet that’ll feature AT&T 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity. That’s a decently sized screen but the 800×480 resolution may leave people wanting more.
In that spirit, Dell will also be launching 7- and
Confession: I was that weird breed of kid who gave up recess to spend more time in the school’s library so that I could talk Huck Finn and Nancy Drew with the librarian. She gifted me with the lowdown on literature, or at least the abridged version a 10-year-old would appreciate, and I soaked it all up. Nowadays, libraries have stepped …
It’s Friday! Maybe you just got paid. You could use that money for boring stuff like bills, rent, and food, or you could act like a wonderfully impulsive consumer and spend it on any number of products. Here are some ideas to get you started based on your taxable income bracket.
10% ($0 to $8,375)
You’re low-income, not …
When I was young, I never needed anyone
And makin’ love was just for fun
Those days are gone
Livin’ alone, I think of all the friends I’ve known
But when I dial the telephone, nobody’s home.
All by myself, don’t wanna be
All by myself anymore
All by myself, don’t wanna live
All by myself anymore.
Eric Carmen, you know …
Google’s always-connected, browser-based operating system Chrome OS is set to show up on various computing devices later this year. One of the questions on people’s minds has been how an operating system that lives online and doesn’t provide traditional software installation will handle printing.
Google’s answer presented itself
The two Geoff Johns-written or -cowritten series that launched this week, Brightest Day and The Flash, both feature one of Johns’ signature tricks. A few pages before the end of Johns, Peter J. Tomasi and Fernando Pasarin’s Brightest Day #0, the story’s narrator is suddenly surrounded by visions of the future: ten panels, each drawn by a …
After last week’s Act l of Doctor Octoroc‘s 8-bit interpretation of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog went straight into the hearts of fans everywhere (watch it here), we’ve been yearning for more. Luckily, the wait wasn’t long.
Here’s Act ll of the so-cute-it-hurts Dr. Horrible gone gamey:
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We continue our chat with fan favorite, as he gives us a peek at the latest Oz sequel, The Tin Woodman of Oz. Baum takes on his controversial decision to bring back the ditzy Polychrome, the Rainbow’s Daughter, and finally dishes the dirt about the dark past of everyone’s …
We don’t mean to offend thee, Oh Great James Cameron, we just want to watch aliens attempt to destroy the earth while people run around screaming – no Celine Dion required.