Monthly Archives: February 2011

Crocodoc launches plug-in free, embeddable document viewer

Looking for a slick way to share documents and allow collaborators to add annotations? Check out Crocodoc, which has launched a plug-in free document viewer powered by the standard Web code we both love and hate to refer to as … Continue reading

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Will iPad 3 Arrive In 2011

It’s incredible how fast new technology becomes outdated and obsolete these days. The iPad 2 hasn’t even gone on sale yet and there’s already rumors about iPad 3 making it’s debut sometime during the fall, around September to be exact. … Continue reading

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djtxt: Collaborative Grooveshark music playlists via SMS, Twitter and email

Fresh from the fragrant and bohemian confines of the New York 2011 Music Hack Day comes djtxt, a surprisingly awesome Web app that lets you collaborate on the perfect Grooveshark party music playlist. All you have to do is run … Continue reading

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Android Central ROM review: CyanogenMod 7 RC1 for the Droid Incredible

This week’s ROM Review brings two Android staples together — the HTC Droid Incredible and CyanogenMod.  These two go together like peanut butter and jelly — each makes a good thing better.  And it’s a great way to get some … Continue reading

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Weekly Links ? Did you miss anything on The Gadgeteer this week?

If you don’t subscribe to our daily email newsletter or our RSS feed, you might have missed one of our reviews or news items. Don’t worry, you can catch up fast by checking out this handy list of everything we … Continue reading

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‘Apple just f***** over online music subs for the iPhone’ — Last.fm co-founder on Apple’s 30% cut

Speaking rather frankly on IRC, Last.fm’s co-founder Richard Jones has condemned Apple’s move to grab 30% of content-based subscription fees: “Apple just f***** over online music subs for the iPhone.” Jones’ apoplectic outburst is just one of many, too. Rhapsody … Continue reading

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Visual VoiceMail pulled from Android Market, Google accused of ‘pulling an Apple’

Looks like Apple isn’t the only one wanting to make sure that app payments are being run through appropriate channels. The Visual VoiceMail app, which has been downloaded about a million times (literally), has just been pulled from the Android … Continue reading

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Android Market now offers e-book purchases

There were some interesting discoveries noted when the Android Market website went live recently. Specific URLs behaved differently than the categories listed on the site — they ended with books, music, and movies. Now, TechCrunch reports that the Books subsection … Continue reading

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Watch a Spoon Melt and Turn Into Liquid Metal Ooze [Video]

How does this happen? Well, the trick is that the spoon is made from gallium, a substance that melts at only 86 degrees Fahrenheit. So when you put the gallium spoon in hot water it turns into T-1000 style liquid … Continue reading

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Gmail accidentally resetting accounts, years of correspondence vanish into the cloud? (update)

If you’ve got a working Gmail account, you might want to back it up every so often — as many as 500,000 Gmail users lost access to their inboxes this morn, and some of them are reporting (via Twitter and … Continue reading

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