What's The Score? 1.31
the author of this app says:
A versatile score-keeper for the Palm(tm) handheld. It works with almost any game you can think of.
Many hands make light work; the term is as true today as it was in the days of community barn raising. Crowdsourcing is the digital version of this idiom come to life online.
Andy and Sean break out the props to show how flat panel TV technology works.
Steve Dotto shows us what the Mac, iPhone and iPad have to offer the fledgling dictators out there.
Those interested in finding out how stuff works can try, ahem, HowStuffWorks for Android, a free app that provides free articles and videos explaining how things work.
We're not ones for religious debate but we'd argue there are times it's a good idea to be agnostic. Take, for example, these 3D glasses that don't commit themselves to just one 3DTV manufacturer but rather work with just about every 3DTV set going.
If you have a Kindle or a Sony e-reader, check it out: Andy and Sean explain how e-Ink works using eggs, salt and shoe polish.
Andy and Sean take a look at how BitTorrent works and explain some of the legalities
The BlackBerry PlayBook is beautifully designed and shows a real attention to detail and understanding of how a tablet should work. It's not all roses, but it's a very solid offering.
Writing full on sheet music and guitar tab with Sibelius 6
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500