Archive for January, 2007

Following a recent trend, another wide-touch-screen phone might come out. It would be produced by Google, and reportedly called the ‘Google Switch’. Check out the comparison after the jump. Advertisements

PC World has a list of 15 Reasons to Upgrade to Vista, which I recommend looking at if you’re contemplating the switch. They like the new interface and Aero graphics most, which is what I like most, too. But if that’s not enough to persuade you, take a look at number 4: you can speed […]

[This is Nice]


Here’s an blog that I’ve been reading for a while. It’s called Indexed. The concept is great: write short, funny graphs on 3×5 cards, then post them online. Most them are pretty funny; here‘s one of my favorites.

BBC has a list of “100 things we didn’t know last year”, like the fact that 200 million blogs aren’t being updated anymore, and “In Bhutan government, policy is based on Gross National Happiness; thus most street advertising is banned, as are tobacco and plastic bags.” Check it out.

iPhone & LG KE850: separated at birth? The iPhone looks a lot like the LG KE850, as Engadget points out in this post.

Best of CES awards, via They’re in! I missed out on the whole ‘CES’ thing this year because the iPhone, from MacWorld, overwhelmed CES. At least I get to see the Best In Shows. Sansa connect looks cool, but the player seems a little bit like a Creative Zen V Plus, with rounded corners […]