Samsung has suffered mostly defeat in the courtroom lately in its patent battles against Apple, but a U.K. judge has given them one small victory on Monday -- even if it comes at the expense of being humiliated about how uncool their product is.
Bad news, America: If you stood in line for hours to get an iPhone in the hope of it making you look cool in the eyes of others, you might as well skip the iPhone 5 line and go straight for an Android device -- or at least that’s the gospel according to HTC America president Martin Fichter, anyway.
This seems like a real lifesaver for rogue filmmakers making movies with their tiny Flip cameras. Clint Bradford, an amateur radio operator, created his very own scaled-down teleprompter for his Flip UltraHD, and he's provided the juicy details--and step-by-step instructions--for the rest of the hobbiests out there looking for this.
The project requires a Dynex model video bracket, a drill, velcro and a little light. The full instructions are available in PDF format at his site and there's even a FlipPrompter blog if you've got any questions about constructing your own.
Hey, you. You need a new screensaver, right? Here's one that's both awesome and informative. The App Wall screen saver will show you the top free apps or top paid apps in a wonderfully tiled way. It's WWDC style on your Mac. Each of the icons twinkle like little stars in the sky as they change positions, all the while keeping you aware of all the happenings in the official App Store. Check it out! Or watch the video after the cut.
Apple makes great computers. They run well, and look fantastic. But like all
computers, they can break down or become less useful over time, though that
doesn't mean the old gear doesn't still have some life in it.