Worst Mobile Phone Name Ever. Or maybe it’s some kinda Japanese ahem thing.
We all know that all the smartphone fanboys look down upon the other. This comic is pretty accurate in describing the real feelings.
Being an iPhone and an Android user, I can at least assert the view towards BlackBerry users
[via C-Section Comics]
Have you ever been asked what Google Wave is? It’s hard to explain. Really, really hard.
What you should do from now on is to show people this “Pulp Fiction adapted for Google Wave” video. It helped me. It helped Gizmodo’s John Herrman. I am sure it’ll help any Tarantino fan
Still waiting for a Google Wave invite? Try your luck here.
At a recently held Silicon Valley dinner, Michael Dell revealed a bitter truth about the upcoming Windows 7 operating system:
"I’ve been using Windows 7 for a long time now, and if you get the latest processor technology and Office 2010 with it, you will love your PC again."
Does this mean that if I do not have the latest processor technology (and apparently, Office 2010) and install Windows 7, I would hate my PC?
Moreover, I am not sure how many users would be willing to upgrade to the “latest processor technology” (whatever that means) to upgrade to the successor of the biggest tech failure of the past decade.
It surely says that Google Suggest is not yet totally ready for “prime time”, but yes it is surely helpful in its own ways.
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Neowin reports that some anonymous user posted details, including passwords, of thousands of users accounts with @hotmail.com, @msn.com and @live.com. Ars Technica says the list included usernames starting from “ar” to “bl”.
So if you have a Hotmail account, go change your password or better, abandon it. Meanwhile I’ll try to get hold of the list and find Avril Lavigne’s hotmail password 😉
[via – Lifehacker]
You are robbing a house. You see a computer and cannot resist the temptation to check your facebook account. You open your facebook account on this computer and, apparently, forget to log off.
You’d think its silly, however, it isn’t if you are Jonathan Parker. The guy was arrested later.
Read more on Mashable.
Colgate has taken up a weird advertising campaign in Bangkok. Take a look at it for yourself. It is kind of intelligent and foolish at the same time:
It got confused when I asked.
It told me it can’t dance though.