At least that’s what happened when the “Master LEGO Building Team OneLUG”, gets together.
Wireless electricity (sans the cord), has been around for quite awhile, dating back to 1890 when Nikola Tesla unleashed power for the first time. However I wouldn’t exactly call his wireless electricity safe for home use; unless you want a really REALLY dark tan.
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is dead; the news, which broke late yesterday evening, has left me deeply saddened.
We wrote about Steve Job’s resignation in late August, when he wrote “I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.” Steve has been battling cancer for many years; we knew he wasn’t well, but we had no idea his tragic end would come so soon. His death came just a day after the first Apple release without him; the October 4th announcement of the iPhone 4S.
After a long awaited iPhone 5, Apple unveils the iPhone 4S instead. I’ve speculated about the iPhone 5 quite a bit; not only the iPhone 5 release date, but also on iPhone 5 Mockups, and even iPhone NFC technology. So I was somewhat surprised when it was announced yesterday that it was the iPhone 4S to be released (much to my chagrin!).
SheBytes recognizes that our readers have excellent senses of humor; but can you gals relate to this?
At the macro level, life is about two broad concepts; laughter and learning. Hopefully this picture has already got you laughing so to not make this a complete waste of time; here comes the learning:
Seamless is set to acquire MenuPages after deal announcement this Monday. Site redesign to follow.
“Seamless Acquires Menupages in” what they call the “Race for Restaurants”, according to the New York Times Technology section,
Advances in algorithms are constantly recording your Internet activity and making choices that determine the content sent to you, without consulting you.
In the TED conference “Beware online “filter bubbles””, Eli Pariser explains why this is a big problem:
The hilarious promotional video above really got me thinking about Nintendo’s upcoming holiday season.
Because of the price cut the Japanese manufacturer made back at the end of July (now you can grab a 3DS for $169.99), it will be particularly interesting to see how Nintendo performs this holiday season.