Yesterday we shared a sweet infographic showing all the Autobot Transformers from 1984-1987 (the first generation of Transformers). Now we’re back to share a matching infographic that catalogs their arch enemies the Decepticons.
Do you ever find yourself in the position of not knowing what kind of comment to leave on Facebook? Then cast your worries aside! Just consult this humorous chart for the perfect solution to your commenting woes.
This historical video originally released on May 21, 1948 presents an interesting view of what the cars of the future might look like and how they would operate.
Are you wanting to add some romance to your Windows 7 desktop? Then all you need are these two beautiful Valentine’s Day themes from Microsoft.
Although Gmail for Android received Priority Inbox last year, the basic mobile version of Gmail lacked for it until yesterday. You can now see and interact with your Priority Inbox on any HTML5 compliant mobile browser.
Brushing your laptop’s touchpad and jumping the cursor around, highlighting text, and even accidentally deleting text, are some of the hassles that comes with sensitive laptop touchpads. Touchpad Blocker toggles the tou...
These days kids young and old are introduced to the Transformers via the flashy CGI-packed movies. Back in the day, it was all 20th century animation at its finest. Check out this infographic of all the first generation Autobots.
One of the very few complaints anybody has about Amazon’s Kindle is the lack of real page numbers—and the latest version of their software finally supports them.
Google Cloud Print is finally becoming fairly useful, thanks to a third-party Chrome extension that lets you print any .txt or .doc file, and now it has updated with support for Gmail and Google Docs.
In the wake of Google’s web-based update to the Android Market, popular app cataloging web site AppBrain has turned direct-to-phone file installation back on. Bulk uninstall, install, and manage all in one place.
If you’re looking for a fun electronics project to hone your tinkering skills with, this fun project guide shows you how to build a Clapper to control gear around your house.
If you’ve got a little one around the house (or little ones that frequently visit) and you don’t want to move your PC tower to keep them away from the buttons, this clever hack kid proofs them–no moving necessary.
If you were saddened by Google’s decision to remove H.264 video support from Google Chrome, you can get it back using Microsoft’s Windows Media Player HTML5 Extension for Chrome.
Cross-platform application Android Notifier links your Android phone to your desktop via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or cellular connection and pushes notifications for incoming calls, text messages, and more right to your desktop.
YouTube user deathVANQUISHED has created a really nice video mashup featuring Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot monologue combined with video from Halo Reach.
Are you ready to join Isaac Clarke in his battle with the Necromorphs once again? If you have been looking forward to this awesome sequel, then you will definitely want to grab a copy of the Dead Space 2 Windows 7 theme for your desktop.
If you’re a fan of HTC’s slick Sense UI interface, HTC Home brings a little bit of that interface to your desktop as a combination clock and weather widget.
You’ve had fun trying out all sorts of apps but now it’s time to uninstall them to free up space on your phone; take the easy way out with Apps Uninstall, a bulk uninstall application for Android devices.
Firefox has always had the edge when it comes to using custom CSS to customize web pages to look differently, but Google Chrome has caught up with Stylebot, an extension that lets you easily customize any element on any web p...
If you’re in the market for a tablet or just want to get a feel for the specs of current offerings, this extremely detailed infographic lays out the specs for four popular current generation tablets: the BlackBerry Play...
For an interesting peek in the history of innovation over the last century take a gander at this collection of vintage advertisements hawking everything from plastic pipes to weather control to color television.