Flash drives are easy to use and lose, potentially making your personal
files anybody’s business. Verbatim tackles this problem with the Store
’n’ Go, a USB flash drive with password protection. But the drive’s
security may be too inflexible for some users, and its software has
Maybe it's spurned on by the latest news about Opera's speed
enhancements in Java or maybe it's just part of the general browser
wars, but Mozilla's come out with Firefox 3.6 today and word on the
street is this baby is fast.
Remember when point-and-click adventure games were actually popular?
These days, they’re often associated with children’s educational
software and Web-based Flash games, which hardly push the boundaries of
gaming brilliance. But the beautifully animated Machinarium shakes up
the genre with an intensely engaging storyline and plenty of plot
twists to keep you engrossed all the way through.
We've all been through the frustrations of parking our vehicles, finding our vehicles, and dealing with rogue parking garages. A patent that was made public shows Apple is trying to ease some of those frustrations with a new app.
The worst part about airplane travel is, well, the plane. Besides being
cramped, crowded, and short on any decent snack foods, they’re also
noisy. So noisy that it’s difficult to make the hours zip by more
quickly by revisiting your favorite albums on an iPod or watching a
movie on your MacBook. Bose’s new Quiet Comfort 15 headphones are made
for just these moments. The active noise cancellation helps block out
background noise, and Bose’s considerable audio experience brings you a
clean-sounding set of cans--with a couple of drawbacks, however.
If there's one thing for certain in all the hoopla about the impending
Apple event on January 27th, it's, to quote Hollywood screenwriter
William Goldman, nobody knows nothing. Rumor, speculation, innuendo,
gleanings from patent applications, all of this rounds up to a big fat
zero until the magic day.
But here's one more rumor to keep your thirst almost-slaked.