50 Killer Jailbreak Tweaks That Will Make Most iPhone Users Jealous
iOS has gotten much more capable over the years, but there are tons of great features that non-jailbroken iPhone users still can't enjoy...
Unlimited cloud storage is one of the Google Photos features that many photographers will appreciate, something other competing services have yet to offer. However, after a newly discovered glitch in the app suggested there’s a secret limit to the storage in Google Photos, Google has confirmed that the bug was fixed. More →
As far as movie characters go, James Bond is the epitome of elegance and deadly ingenuity. And even though I personally think every incarnation of Bond is no match for Jason Bourne, there’s one aspect to Bond’s personality that even Bourne, or any other action hero for that matter, simply can’t match: Bond’s insatiable appetite for booze.
Throughout the 23 Bond films that have been released thus far, James Bond, in each one, is a man who knows how to enjoy the finer things in life, including a drink or three when the situation calls for it.
For iPad users, the new split-view multitasking feature that will be introduced with the release of iOS 9 is easily the most exciting addition that will hit Apple tablets this year. The new feature allows users to display multiple apps side by side on the same screen, similar to the capabilities we’ve seen on Samsung tablets for the past few years.
Eager iPad owners have a bit longer to wait until iOS 9 is released in September, and installing an iOS 9 beta probably isn’t a good idea unless you’re a developer. There are a few apps that offer similar experiences on the iPad though, and one of them is now on sale for half off. More →
When it comes to luxury goods, there are no shortage of products whose very existence defy explanation, both from a cost and utility perspective. Still, if people are willing to shell out big bucks for the absurd, you can always bet good money that someone is going to make that absurd dream a reality.
That said, bear witness to a picnic basket that quite literally costs a tad over $4,600. And just for the record, the basket doesn’t come pre-loaded with wads of cash.
You have to hand it to the gaming community — when they want to prank one another, they really go all out. Late last year, one graphic designer spent hours photoshopping Rayman into the character select screen for the new Super Smash Bros. and now another prankster has put together a fake concept reveal video for the unannounced NX, or Nintendo Cross, console.
Email is probably the most annoying thing you have to deal with on a daily basis. Many companies claim they’ve fixed email for you, with Google’s Inbox being one example, and there are ways to destroy email if you take the time. But email is not going anywhere anytime soon, and chances are you’re doing it wrong, especially at work.
Thankfully, there are some simple tricks you can use to significantly improve your email skills for both work-related and personal email. More →
The U.S. Army’s new camouflage pattern uniforms hit stores Wednesday.
The Operational Camouflage Pattern uniform is available in select military clothing stores. In a statement released last month, the Army said that the new clothing is the result of the most comprehensive uniform camouflage testing effort it has ever undertaken. More →
Americans love their fast food. Sometimes it doesn’t even matter what outlandish form the food takes, as evidenced by some of our recent fast food stories: Hot Dog Bites Pizza? Deep Fried Big Mac? Chicken Biscuit Taco?
Yes, we consume some truly horrifying fast food creations, but you might be shocked to learn that the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s (ASCI) Annual Restaurant Report 2015 shows that U.S. citizens are gradually becoming less satisfied with fast food on the whole. More →
Next month during the Def Con hacker conference in Las Vegas, security researcher Ben Caudill will unveil a potentially game changing device called a ProxyHam. Without question, the promise of ProxyHam should leave proponents of Internet privacy and anonymity beyond excited.
By relying upon a 900 MHz radio connection, Caudill’s device effectively serves as a long-distance Wi-Fi router. Specifically, the ProxyHam can transmit a Wi-Fi connection up to a distance of 2.5 miles in ideal conditions. As a result, even in scenarios where authorities manage to track down a target’s Internet connection, they might arrive on the scene (presumably a location with public w-fi access) only to find a ProxyHam device transmitting a low level signal perhaps thousands of feet away in any direction.
Many bloggers claim that the week before July 4th can be the most difficult week to find interesting news to write about. It can be tempting to just check out entirely, but every once in a while, something amazing happens.