Technology

A New Way to Rate Customer Experience

Feb 11th, 2011 | By
A New Way to Rate Customer Experience

While it may look like other location-based services, particularly Yelp, Tello is not about earning badges or titles or seeing where your friends checked in, it’s about rating how you perceived a particular business treated you.



Beatles Arrive on iTunes,
See the Band’s First U.S. Concert

Nov 16th, 2010 | By
Beatles Arrive on iTunes, <br>See the Band’s First U.S. Concert

After years of wrangling, the Beatles catalog is now available on iTunes. Every U.S. studio album from 1963’s With the Beatles through 1970’s Let it Be are available in the library.



Lego, Motorola Droid Solve Rubik’s Cube in Under 25 Seconds

May 6th, 2010 | By

Recently the people at ARM built a Speedcuber that used yellow Lego pieces and an Android powered Motorola Droid phone to solve the puzzle in under 25 seconds.



Apple Introduces New Laptop with No Keyboard

Feb 12th, 2010 | By

The Onion News Network today reported that Apple has introduced a new laptop that uses a click wheel in lieu of a keyword.



Variable Pricing Slows Digital Music Sales

Feb 9th, 2010 | By

Ever since the recording industry convinced Apple to introduce variable pricing into its iTunes store, online music sales have slowed. The change from a flat 99 cents price point to a variable scale ($1.29 to 69 cents) made the labels happy but turned buyers away. A 30% increase in prices during a recession didn’t make
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A Better Way to Search for Images

Jan 30th, 2010 | By
A Better Way to Search for Images

Are you tired of wasting precious time searching for images on the Internet? If so, then check out the beta version of Google’s Image Swirl .



Real-time Twitter Monitoring Made Easy

Jan 28th, 2010 | By

If you are looking for a convenient tool to monitor trending topics or highly-active Twitterers, then go no further than Monitter (www.monitter.com).