Blackberry users may have noticed a lack of emails today as the RIM network took a dump… nothing new. ...

A couple of reasons come to mind stalker, pervert, peeping Tom when we saw the Sima Night Vision IR camcorder light system. Simply being able to video at night without attaching...

Yahoo officially turned down Microsofts $44.6 billion offer as inadequate Monday. Jerry Yang and crew believe they can get a higher offer from another suiter, stating this offer “substantially undervalues” Yahoo. Google? ...

AT&T and Starbucks have to come to an agreement which ultimately boots T-Mobile and offers free Wi-Fi. The only catch is that you have to have a prepaid Starbucks...

Microsoft is on the spending warpath… lobbing bids left and right. Not sure how much money was involved in it’s latest purchase, however Microsoft just bought Danger. Not sure how this is a good fit for Microsoft, but we will be watching from the sidelines. Press release below.

Hybrid car benefits are obvious and are a step in the right direction. However the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) thinks that some hybirds are too quiet. The main complaint stems from the fact that some hybrids (Prius, Camry Hybird, Lexus GS540h, etc…) turn of their engines and run on full electric mode at times. Maryland State Senator Norman Stone...

Not that I would be good at speaking for the techy women of the world, but come on, roses and chocolate have to be getting a bit cliché old. Take a look at these sweet tech options by Philips Swarovski for about $114.99.

A simple and fun telephone prank for anyone with about $130 to spend. All you have to do is connect the device to the phone switch or directly into any phone line at the location you want to...

Sony Ericsson has mainly been known for creating phones based on the Symbian operating system, that changed today with the launch of their first Windows Mobile phone, the Xperian X1 QWERTY smartphone. The X1 is the first product in the...

Polaroid announces the end of the Polaroid (shake em up) pictures to the dismay of OutKast.  The end of the Polaroid film format means the cutting of 450 jobs, and the closing of plants in Mexico, the Netherlands, and Massachusetts.  The photograph quality was never great… but this one hurts a bit.  Who doesn’t remember shaking a Polaroid picture in...