Looks like the Palm Pre 2 is getting closer to a release.  The new Palm Pre 2 looks just like the old one and supports multitasking, Flash, App stacks (allows opening of groups of apps), HTML5, etc, From a hardware spec standpoint the Palm Pre 2 is similar to many other Smartphones in the market.  You'll get a 1GHz CPU, 16GB of storage, and...

Good to see that iLuv is putting out a dock that works with the iPad.  The iLuv iMM747 will work with the iPad, iPod, and iPhone turning any of them in to a mini stereo system. The iLuv iMM747 is expected to be on sale in the next few weeks for around $149.99.  My favorite...

Looks like the Apple iPhone iOS 4 is available for download via iTunes.  To get the cool update, which makes your old phone feel new again, simply connect your iPhone to iTunes and sync up.  The update is free for iPhone and iPod Touch users (sorry first generation iPhone users,...

If you are doing a fresh install of a new OS (say Windows 7?) and want to update a bunch of applications (59 in total) in a hurry Ninite may be for you. Pick the apps you want. Start your customized installer. You’re done! Ninite works in...

Hi Kids! Everyone got their iPhone 3GS? Good! Aren’t they neat? Hell yes, its a dream device – email, photo, video, music, and look its a compass, a GPS, and a gaggle of nifty apps – all just a screen-poke away! You know what else is? Its a tag! You know like a tag on an animal to keep track of its movement? Only in this case, it was made by Apple,...

Last year, in anticipation of my Euro Trip, I bought the Samsung NC10-14GW notebook and was excited enough about it to write a semi glowing review. This year I decided to upgrade to the new Samsung NC20-21BK, feeling emboldened by the Obama administration, brimming with...

The Palm Pre already has a new updated version of the software, version 1.0.4.  The update for your Palm Pre to 1.0.4 seems to fix security vulnerabilities and not really improve on the product.  Another noteworthy change that comes with version 1.0.4 is the blocking of homebrew...

Back when Apple first launched its App Store, Steve Jobs showed a slide with six categories of apps that would be verboten: “Porn, privacy, bandwidth hog, illegal, malicious,” and “unforeseen.” Well, as the App store has matured, apparently Apple has, too, and...

Internet-addicted iPhone addicts, rejoice: Push instant messaging is here. That means you can constantly stay connected to your IM services (e.g., AOL Instant Messenger and Gchat) on your iPhone even when it’s asleep; you can receive IMs similar to the way text messages work. BeeJive...

StalkDaily.com Created several of those “fun” twitter apps that ask for your user and password then show you information about your friends list. When it got to critical mass it started spamming people via the web interface to twitter. ...