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This Year’s Google Santa Tracker Comes With Games and More

This Year’s Google Santa Tracker Comes With Games and More

For several years now, Google has had a Santa Tracker around the holiday season. This year Google offers it for our use again. There’s a difference this year though. This year Google offers it on Android TV, Android Wear, an Android app, and Chromecast for up-to-the-minute updates. Google works with […]

iPod, iPad, iPhone… iHome?

iPod, iPad, iPhone… iHome?

Imagine coming home from work at the end of a long day.  You pull into the driveway, and your garage door automatically opens, knowing that it’s you.  As you park and approach the door into your house, the door unlocks and the garage door closes.  The lights come on, just […]

Yes, there is a laptop version of the classic C64 computer

Yes, there is a laptop version of the classic C64 computer

If you were a kid during the 1980s, you probably remember the Commodore 64. Known more informally as the C64, this low-cost early computer introduced a generation of young consumers to the joys of computing. You could use the Commodore 64 to play games and run simple (very simple) computer […]

Got kids? Got tablets? Then you need these apps

Got kids? Got tablets? Then you need these apps

You have kids. You also have laptops, desktops and tablets. It makes sense, then, that you’d be in the market for some great kid-centered apps to turn your computers and tablets into fun educational tools for them. Fortunately, there are plenty of apps that are fun and smart and designed […]

How Much Trouble Could You Get into with a Spy Drone?

How Much Trouble Could You Get into with a Spy Drone?

Gadget Insight has been doing a lot of shopping around for great techie gifts, and Sharper Image’s Spy Drone UFO with Video Camera looks like it would be a great choice, but you’d want to be careful who you gave one to. We can think of a lot of ways […]

 

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Black Desert Is About to Enter Open Beta

Black Desert Is About to Enter Open Beta

As posted on Massively earlier this month, Black Desert is about to enter Open Beta testing. That’s the good news. The bad news is that it will only be available in Korea for open beta testing. Don’t be too disappointed about that,...

 

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This Year’s Google Santa Tracker Comes With Games and More

This Year’s Google Santa Tracker Comes With Games and More

For several years now, Google has had a Santa Tracker around the holiday season. This year Google offers it for our use again. There’s a difference this year though. This year Google offers it on Android TV, Android Wear, an Android app, and Chromecast for up-to-the-minute updates. Google works with […]

 
 

iPod, iPad, iPhone… iHome?

iPod, iPad, iPhone… iHome?

Imagine coming home from work at the end of a long day.  You pull into the driveway, and your garage door automatically opens, knowing that it’s you.  As you park and approach the door into your house, the door unlocks and the garage door closes.  The lights come on, just […]

 
 

Yes, there is a laptop version of the classic C64 computer

Yes, there is a laptop version of the classic C64 computer

If you were a kid during the 1980s, you probably remember the Commodore 64. Known more informally as the C64, this low-cost early computer introduced a generation of young consumers to the joys of computing. You could use the Commodore 64 to play games and run simple (very simple) computer […]

 
 

Got kids? Got tablets? Then you need these apps

Got kids? Got tablets? Then you need these apps

You have kids. You also have laptops, desktops and tablets. It makes sense, then, that you’d be in the market for some great kid-centered apps to turn your computers and tablets into fun educational tools for them. Fortunately, there are plenty of apps that are fun and smart and designed […]

 
 

How Much Trouble Could You Get into with a Spy Drone?

How Much Trouble Could You Get into with a Spy Drone?

Gadget Insight has been doing a lot of shopping around for great techie gifts, and Sharper Image’s Spy Drone UFO with Video Camera looks like it would be a great choice, but you’d want to be careful who you gave one to. We can think of a lot of ways […]

 
 

Is the Surface Pro 3 really a laptop replacement? Maybe not

Is the Surface Pro 3 really a laptop replacement? Maybe not

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 hybrid laptop/tablet has gotten some rave reviews from the computer press. And why not? The Surface Pro 3 is easy to learn, quick, lightweight and versatile. In its ads for the product, Microsoft even says that the tablet can serve as a replacement for a laptop. […]

 
 

The Do and Don’t List of Phone Etiquette

The Do and Don’t List of Phone Etiquette

It was revealed earlier this year that Londoners have the worst phone etiquette in the UK, though at least they aren’t texting from the loo as those living in the south east are known to do. But poor manners aside, one does have to wonder how the very seat of […]

 
 

Gun Box Lets You Keep Your Family Safe and Your Gun Handy

Gun Box Lets You Keep Your Family Safe and Your Gun Handy

A lot of people want to keep a handgun at home in case of emergency, but there have been far too many incidents of children getting hold of guns that aren’t locked away. However, homeowners don’t necessarily feel any safer knowing there is a gun in the house, when it […]

 
 

One Female Gaming Journalist Takes an Unorthodox Approach to Online Harassment

One Female Gaming Journalist Takes an Unorthodox Approach to Online Harassment

GamerGate seems to be dying down, but the behavior still remains. Women in the gaming industry are still being exposed to sexual harassment and even rape threats on a regular basis. One gaming journalist is taking a different approach when faced with such behavior. Who Is This Journalist? Alanah Pearce […]

 
 

Where are all those computers in NYC public schools?

Where are all those computers in NYC public schools?

Computers can be a key tool for children in elementary and high schools, helping these students complete their reports, research topics and create multi-media presentations. Of course, if these computers mysteriously disappear or get lost in dark storerooms, they won’t be much help to students at all. And, unfortunately, this […]