It slashed prices, promised the moon on a stick for next year’s OS upgrade and now Research in Motion has resorted to just giving the beleaguered BlackBerry PlayBook away. Purchase a copy of BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5 between now and the end of the year and you’ll bag a free 16GB tablet. The offer
Screen Grabs chronicles the uses (and misuses) of real-world gadgets in today’s movies and TV. Send in your sightings (with screen grab!) to screengrabs at engadget dot com.
Fans of USA’s Covert Affairs know that Annie Walker’s stomping ground is Washington DC, where she pretends to be a buyer
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There seems to be a bit of confusion about Nokia Drive’s future in the Windows Phone Marketplace. News of its impending arrival — for a price — was originally tweeted by a third-party and then re-tweeted by Nokia India. Sadly, we’re told this was all just a mistake. We originally reached out to Espoo’s
You never know when that creative spark will ignite in your brain and compel you to sketch out some ideas. But when that genius moment finally arrives, you might consider grabbing your original Nintendo controller, quickly wiring it up to an Arduino board, connecting that to some motors and then using
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Want to be notified to turn on the AC when a room reaches a certain temperature? Or when your laundry’s done? Well MIT Media Lab alumni Supermechanical have built Twine, a sleek 2.5" rubber square which connects to Wifi and allows objects to "communicate" under certain conditions.
The Twine, which reminds
Marshall Kirkpatrick explains Why Facebook’s Seamless Sharing is Wrong. All of this and more in the ReadWriteWeb Weekly Wrap-up.
After the jump you’ll find more of this week’s top news stories on some of the key topics that are shaping the Web – Location, App Stores and Real-Time Web – plus highlights
Cambridge researchers translate graphene into printable circuitry material, bring basic ‘Skynet’ factory to you
Yes, graphene is amazing and possesses many useful / otherworldly properties. The ability to use graphene itself to print flexible, transparent thin-film transistors via an inkjet printer is just another one of them. Over at the University of Cambridge, researchers have discovered that it’s possible
After collecting nominations from the Mashable community for over a month, the 2011 Mashable Awards have now shifted to the voting portion of t…