So I did it… I cracked… I bought a Mac. After years of using PCs and building my career around working with them, I bought a Mac. From the second I purchased it I had the feeling of betrayal from the PCs that have been so loyal to me, but I had to do it. Something about the sleek and minimal design, to the glowing half-bitten apple on the exterior, the ability to describe the device with words like “all aluminum unibody casing” just drew me in. Was it worth it?
In light of the current holiday season I am giving away 15 Google Wave invites! All you need to do is comment on this post and the first 15 comments will receive an invite!
So earlier this week I was in need of a simple wireless router to provide wired, and wireless networking to 3 devices. I set myself a budget of $70 to ensure that I wouldn’t buy something that would be excessive for the usage I was looking for. I went with the Linksys WRT54GL router and then hacked it. Here is a guide on how to turn it into a more powerful, faster, and feature rich device with Tomato Firmware.
Even when you see it from a distance, you are instantly electrified. As a BMW M enthusiast, every step you take towards the orange painted concept vehicle of the BMW M3 GTS with its numerous matte black applications raises your adrenaline level a little more.
Google Maps Navigation is an internet-connected GPS navigation system with voice guidance. It is part of Google Maps for mobile and is available for phones with Android 2.0. So looks like iPhone user’s will have to stick to using just the regular Maps app, or fork out some cash for the premium Tom Tom or Navigon applications.