When we initially did our Nook Tablet / Kindle Fire battle royal, the choice between the devices for comics fans largely came down to the preference between the Marvel and DC universes. The lines, however, are blurring. Thanks to today’s announcement, Justice League fans should find as much to love in
Bringing new meaning to the term "chocoholic," Popcandy also makes versions in bubblegum, soda pop and popsicle scents.
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It isn’t hard to get an Android 4.0 phone under $200 if you’re willing to sign your life away with a contract. Getting one that’s worthwhile at that same figure contract-free, however, requires some jumping through hoops. MediaTek must be an acrobat, as it just released the MT6577, a chip design for
It’s a familiar scenario for small business owners: You want your business to have a mobile presence, ideally native on Android and iOS, but you don’t want to pay a developer an armload to build that presence. You would do it yourself (after all, 12-year-olds can do it), but there’s no point in having
Microsoft’s been dishing out details on all kinds of goodies we’ll see in Windows 8, and the Photos app is the latest to get the behind the scenes treatment from the Building Windows 8 blog. If you downloaded the Windows 8 Consumer Preview, then you got to check out a trial version of Photos — and its
Google I/O starts Wednesday, and ReadWriteWeb will be there. It’s the fifth year of Google’s developer conference, and the news is never limited to coders. We’ll see new flagship devices, major updates to apps and services, and demonstrations of those crazy, impractical technologies Google has been hacking
Maker Studios is the fifth most popular YouTube partner in the U.S., according to statistics reported today by Nielsen. Maker Studios models itself on Hollywood movie studios, except it produces content for YouTube instead of the Big Screen. It’s a great concept, but unfortunately low-brow fare like
The developer conference known as Google I/O that’s going on this week at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, is home to several traditions, one of which is now de-coding the official t-shirt given out to all attendees. As it turns out, this year’s shirt is not only super-fashionable,
The problem with laser weapons is this — they need a lot, a lot of power. Seriously. Some of those big, plane-mounted prototypes choke down enough juice to power a whole city. Not so with the Laser-Induced Plasma Channel weapon being developed by researchers at Picatinny Arsenal. While still using plenty
They really are doing face-lifts younger and younger these days.
It was just eight months ago in October 2011 when we first met Snip.it, a San Francisco-based startup that has created a web application for people to "snip," collect, and comment on, and share their favorite articles from all over the