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“Sesame Street” Unveils E-Bookstore

Elmo and his Sesame Street friends have already set up shop in Apple’s App Store, but today Bert, Ernie, Big Bird and the rest of the crew now have their own e-bookstore to call home. The Sesame Street e-bookstore is an online collection of 121 character-driven e-books — covering learning subject areas like letters, numbers, […]

New Canon Portable Scanner Lets You Scan Directly to Evernote

Canon has just released a Mac version of its popular image and document scanner, the imageFORMULA P-150M, complete with built-in support for the popular organizational service Evernote. The small scanner, which Canon calls the “Scan-tini,” lets you quickly scan documents and route them to Evernote automatically. The scanner, which is also available for Windows, uses […]

Google TV: Will You Pay for It? [POLL]

Even more details about Google’s Smart TV service have swept the web as its likely debut approaches. Will it succeed in bringing the web to TVs across the world? We first got word of Google TV in March with rumors that DirectTV and Google were partnering on programming for a set-top box. The picture became […]

Multi-Touch Musical “LinnStrument” Demoed on YouTube [VIDEO]

Inventor Roger Linn is famous for creating the drum machine as we know it today, so there’s good reason to be excited about his latest creation; it has just been revealed. It’s a multi-touch surface not all that dissimilar to an iPad. Take a look at the video here to see for yourself. The instrument […]

Microsoft’s Project Natal Could Cost $200

Several Swedish retailers are currently listing a price for Microsoft’s full-body motion controller Project Natal, and if the price is real, it’s much higher than expected. The price listed on all these websites is 1,499 SEK or approximately 197 U.S. dollars. Even if we consider the fact that prices for games and gaming equipment in […]

The Web Makes the World Happier [STUDY]

New research from UK research firm BCS suggests that, on average, people around the world think that information technology (i.e. Internet access) increases their sense of freedom by 15% and improves their overall well-being. Altogether, our life satisfaction increases by 10% when we have IT access, the study concludes. BCS’s study set out to better […]

Firefox 4 Plans: Faster, Friendlier, More Secure

Almost one year ago, we’ve gotten a glimpse of the next major iteration of Firefox, at least when it comes to its gorgeous new visuals. Now, however, Mozilla’s Mike Beltzner has shared a presentation that reveals quite detailed plans for Firefox 4. HTML5 and CSS support are mentioned, as well as faster operation, a greater […]

Microsoft’s Project Natal to Launch in October

Microsoft’s upcoming Project Natal is a full-body motion controller, promising an incredibly immersive gaming experience and biting into the market first tapped by Nintendo Wii, back in 2006. Now, Project Natal was all but confirmed for October launch by Microsoft Saudi marketing manager Syed Bilal Tariq in an interview with GamertagRadio. “It is going to […]

How Much Energy Do Your Home Appliances Use? [INFOGRAPHIC]

If you leave your computer on over night, how much does that cost you? What about all those unnecessary lights you have turned on in your house? How much money could you save if you had bought an energy saving refrigerator instead of a regular one? General Electric answers this question with a nifty interactive […]

First Non-Latin, International Domain Names Finally Launch

The first significant change to internet domain names in many years was made today when ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) approved and deployed three domain names using a non-Latin script: Arabic. You can already visit http://????.?????-?????????.???/ and two other Arabic script domain names, though they might not display correctly if your browser […]

Chrome Gains, IE Slumps in Browser Wars [STATS]

Google Chrome was the fastest growing web browser for the fifth month in a row in analytics company Net Applications’s April market report, while Microsoft Internet Explorer again lost market share. Chrome’s market share increased from 6.13% to 6.73% — almost a 10% improvement over last month. Internet Explorer saw the most significant loss in […]

Five Cities Get Free Civic Apps Through Code for America

Five American cities have been selected for a random act of kindness from software developers. Boston, Boulder, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Seattle will all receive free web and/or mobile apps to help administer government and serve citizens, thanks to a program called Code for America. Back in February, Code for America asked cities around the […]

iPad Gets Custom Install in the Kitchen Cabinet [VIDEO]

The iPad is really starting to get around — not only is it in the car, but now it’s also embedded in the kitchen. Alan Daly custom mounted the “magical” Apple device inside his kitchen cabinet. The headphone jack funnels sound into a MIDI system for audio output duties, and apps like Epicurious turn Daly’s […]

Remember Microsoft’s Courier? Well, You Can Forget About It

Microsoft’s Courier was supposed to be the tablet of the future, Microsoft’s answer (and challenger) to Apple’s iPad, with two screens, multi-touch support, camera and a bunch of other goodies. But now, close on the heels of a rumor that HP might be giving up on a Windows 7-powered tablet, we know that Courier wasn’t […]

Dating War: Plentyoffish CEO Blasts After Legal Notice

Renegade entrepreneur and Plentyoffish CEO Markus Frind doesn’t take kindly to legal threats — especially when those threats come from competitor and foe After a receiving a letter from demanding that he “cease and desist” from making “false claims” about its business, Frind published the letter on his blog along with comScore data […]