From Amazon you can download two different classical mp3 albums for free.
Don't worry. Microsoft is not developing remote controlled humans (that we know of), but is working on a concept that translates muscles movement into commands. I know we do this already with keyboards and mice, but this skips those steps. Video on the jump.
Droid users should know what this is about, but apparently the battery cover is sometimes problematic. You can check local availability through the Verizon link here.
What are you going to do at work today? How about something useful with that stack of paperwork. Check out this amazing artist's work made from sheets of paper.
Through an op-ed piece in The New York Times U2 frontman Bono contends online file sharing is hurting emerging music and film artists.
InPaint 2.3 is a tool designed remove unwanted objects from your images. You select the offending area and the application pulls information from the surrounding pixels to interpolate. As a purist, I tend to keep it real, but I thought this was worth sharing. Normally InPaint retails for $39.99, but it is free in a time-limited offer through today. See the demo video and screenshots on the jump.
At midnight Lenovo posted three press releases with the details of their coming product portfolio.
The new year often is a time for us to pause for reflection and look forward into the coming months. Sometimes we need to look at things differently and embrace the change that is sure to come. Let me give you a...hand...by showing you some of the coolest clocks I've seen lately.
I know the headline says four, but I was feeling generous so I added one more.
Starting Monday CNBC will present a daily series of four new documentaries for us tech junkies. Check the jump for the program listings and descriptions.
Here is a hilarious take on the iconic Star Wars Trilogy. Joe Nicolosi's friend Amanda had never seen seen a entire Star Wars film. He asked if she wanted to watch the original trilogy. She agreed, but claimed to already know what happens.
So Joe recorded her and went to work on his short film summary...Amanda's version anyway. It was a winner of the 'George Lucas Selects' award in the 2009 Star Wars Fan Movie contest.