Saturday, May 27, 2017

Google Developing Ipad Killer

Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, has confirmed that Google is currently developing a tablet device based on its Android operating system. It’s rumored that Google is teaming up once again with HTC—the same company that brought users the Nexus One. And Google has already confirmed it will be launching an e-book store in the next few months.

Read all about it at Mashable.


Software Pick – Circle Dock

Circle Dock takes all the features of a program launcher and presents them in a circular format capable of organizing a large number of items. The utility allows for plenty of customization, but its main draw is its cool interface, I have found it super easy to use and with no bugs found so far on a windows 7 – 64 bit installation it is available for all modern flavors of Windows

Circle Dock

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Site of the Week – Feedbooks

Feedbooks Finding a good book isn’t always easy. You could forage through a bookstore. Or you might have luck scouring Amazon. But you’ll usually be looking at the latest bestsellers. This is a shame, because there are thousands of classics worth reading. You can can get many of them for free. Feedbooks is a great source for public domain books. You’ll find amazing works from the likes of Shakespeare, Twain and many more. Read them on your computer. Or, you can load them on a number of e-book readers

Visit Feedbooks


Freeware Pick of the Week – Copernic

Copernic Desktop Search

Copernic may be one of the lesser-known desktop search programs, but it plays with the big boys. It will help you find documents, PDF files, spreadsheets, pictures, e-mail, music, and much more. It doesn’t have the overhead that both Microsoft and Google give with thier desktop search programs and that can be a good thing.

If you find yourself spending more time finding files than working on them, Copernic Desktop Search is for you.


Mass Effect 2 Review


The second act of BioWare’s epic sci-fi RPG trilogy continues the story of Commander Shepard and humanity’s first steps onto the galactic stage.
In this sequel to BioWare’s hit space-based role-playing game (RPG), Mass Effect. A single player adventure, Mass Effect 2 allows players to continue the adventures of the fully customizable series hero Commander Shepard, as you take on a whole new adventure and a new cast of supporting characters. Additional new features include the ability to import game save files from the original Mass Effect game to continue the adventure in an unbroken fashion, a new damage system, a new, more flexible dialogue game mechanic and more…Full Review

Mass Effect 2 Review

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Porsche gives the Cayenne electric boost

Porsche launches the 2011 Cayenne S Hybrid at the 2010 New York auto show.


CNET News Daily Podcast: Have we heard the last from SCO?

Probably not. But we have heard the last from this podcast. In our final edition, we cover the end of SCO’s lawsuit with Novell, Conficker lives on after a year, and what won’t be available when Apple’s iPads get delivered this weekend.


Introducing the pill that snitches on you

Engineers at the University of Florida add microchip and digestible antenna to pill capsule so that caregivers and family members can be alerted when it’s swallowed.


Top 30 iPad games we’d like to see

Yes, the iPad can run most iPhone games, but with more screen real estate and a faster processor, the iPad could also make many of them better. Here’s a look at 30 titles we think would play well on Apple’s tablet.


Hyundai comes out with its first hybrid

At the 2010 New York auto show, Hyundai launches the Sonata Hybrid.

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