Stone Age 2.10
the author of this app says:
Dinosaurs, bears and mammoths are walking on the streets, but jungle waits ahead.
Andy and Sean run down their favorite weird gadgets and gear of CES 2011. Every year, in among the new, the shiny, the innovative and the interesting there's a slew of stuff that can only fairly be called strange.
While exploring CES 2011 Andy Walker finds the Emotion Bear by Fujitsu, probably the cutest high-tech toy in the room.
Tunebug is a resonance speaker whose primary claim to fame comes in strapping itself to your bike helmet to pipe music straight to your (protected) dome. Now it's come of age.
Andy and Sean talk about etiquette tips for using your technology in the modern age
Scott Steinberg answers questions about how digital distribution may change the video game industry as we know it.
Built on the concept that infidelity is part of the human condition, AshleyMadison.com links married partners with other married partners for extramarital affairs
Andy and Sean get their hands on Apple's new tablet, the iPad....well, kinda. They talk about what it's designed to do, what it won't do, and whether or not it's going to be worth waiting for its spring 2010 launch date.
A post-election look at popular political vids.
In the first part of our top ten Android apps for smartphones, we run through numbers 10 through six. We've got a great social game, a better way to SMS, a way to keep your grocery list in sync and more. We're also taking a close look at the Sonos S5 wire