Nathan Yau has turned the American Film Institute's 100 most memorable quotes from American cinema into chart form. Here they are, in all their wonderful geeky glory.
The ever-so-sinister Brothers Grimm have delighted readers for two centuries with countless adaptations and homages. But Pascal Bronner and Thomas Hillier, of London-based FleaFollyArchitects, have managed to offer a new take on the tales—by building an entire mini-municipality inspired by the 200-year-old words of…
There's nothing quite like the feel of a new book, the smell of an old record, or the joy of heading to the comic book store every Wednesday. Sometimes, though, those physical collections can be a burden—like when you're starved for space or want something more portable for traveling. Here are 10 forms of media you…
Yesterday, Apple not only released its OS X Mavericks operating system, it also announced that it would be free. That's great! For you, for Apple, and for the future of computing.
Your phone is probably full of apps. And that's great! Apps are fun! But having a million of 'em is less fun when you need to get to a specific one, and right quick. A new Android app called Cover's got your back though, and can turn your lockscreen into a simple menu of only what you need right now.
They're given away left and right as cheap promotions, but if you're one of those people who can never seem to find a flash drive when you need one, this lovely multi-gigabyte family is always easy to find. That's because these mom, dad, son, and daughter flash drives are docked in a multi-port USB house (or car),…
Convergence in electronics has escalated to new heights in recent years because of the smartphone. Dedicated devices will always have something to offer, but squeezing every last bit of functionality out of an item that you already own can be a great way to save money. Plus, a smartphone and the accompanying data plan…
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Backing up your files locally is important, but if something like fire or flood happens, your data and your backups are gone. That's why online backup services are great: They keep your data offsite. Last week we asked you which were the best, then we looked at the top five. Now we're back to crown the crowd favorite.
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Losing precious data is everyone's worst nightmare. It's a traumatic experience, and the fallout can resemble a textbook case of the Five Stages of Grief. You know you should’ve done all you could to keep everything from your most private documents to precious photos backed up. So why didn’t you?
When it comes to unforeseen disasters, don't forget about those essential documents you may need down the line.
The tablet market has changed fast over the last several years and tablets now come in all sizes, from those slightly bigger than a phone to behemoths that clock in at nearly 13 inches. What size works best for you?
I'm in the market for a new computer. My friend says it's cheaper to build one myself, but it looks like I can get a cheaper computer from Dell or Asus. I'm not afraid of building, but I'd rather not spend extra if I don't have to. Which will actually save me money?
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How many times have you parked your car and forgotten where it is? Some of us just don't have the necessary skills to locate our own vehicle a few hours after we left it in a very specific location. If you suffer from this affliction, we have the help you need.