Do you have a great snow sports theme or set of wallpapers for your desktop but no matching icons to go with either one? Consider the problem solved…this terrific looking set of snowboarding icons is just what you need ...
Are you a fan of winter sports? If mountain skiing and snowboarding happen to be your favorites then you will want to have this snow sports theme from Microsoft. The theme comes with 8 wallpapers to help bring that fresh powd...
Google has updated their web-based weather widget for mobile browsers. Simply search for “weather” using your smartphone to see a detailed and interactive weather widget at the top of the search results.
InMaps is a new offering from LinkedIn that charts out all your network connections on a visual map, simultaneously organizing them and showing you how they are interconnected.
man. woman. geek. [via Gouthaman K (@gmanka)]
Many people have seen the histogram on their camera (usually by accidentally changing the view mode while reviewing photos) but very few people use it. The histogram is a handy tool once you know how to decode the jagged lit...
Are you looking for a nice sticky note solution to use while browsing with Firefox? Then the Internote extension may be just what you have been looking for.
What happens when a mobile carrier’s call center becomes infamous for its’ frustrating service? Revenge of course! These guys got together to play a well thought out and executed prank on Mobistar’s call cen...
If you’re looking for an Exposé-like experience on your iOS devices, Multifl0w brings super slick task switching to jailbroken iOS devices.
Stellarium is a cross-platform planetarium app that has to be seen to be believed. Zoom through the night sky, check out constellations from anywhere on (or off) the planet, watch the rotation of the stars throughout virtual days, and more.
YOU GO FIRST,I’M RIGHT BEHIND YOU! [DesktopNexus]
If you want to keep up on your friends’ Facebook activity but you hate keeping a tab open for Facebook, Facebook Desktop parks Facebook updates and a quick-reply function right in the system tray.
The year is 1988 and Siskel & Ebert really want you to get a video phone. If nothing else can make you appreciate having a powerful computer capable of clear video chat in your pocket, this will.
If you’re looking for a dead simple way to wirelessly transfer files to your Android phone, Awesome Drop offers easy browser-to-phone transfer.
Misty Blue Morning [DesktopNexus]
Wildly popular physics-based game Angry Birds, from the development house Rovio, has finally been knocked off the number one slot in the App Store. Knocked off, that is, by a 14 year old boy with his own compelling physics-based game.
Here is a hilarious look at one family’s attempt to help a future film maker improve the continuity of his video editing skills. This video is chock-full of differences between scenes as they switch back and forth. Can ...
Are you looking for a fun way to pass some time and learn about the factors that make a planet habitable? Then grab a flight suit and get ready to launch into adventure with NASA’s Extreme Planet Makeover.
Over the last decade and a half Yahoo! went from the go-to search engine for a significant majority of internet users to, for many, a mere footnote in the history of the internet’s meteoric rise in popular use.
If you’re a fan of Microsoft’s versatile note taking application OneNote you’ll be pleased to see it come to Apple’s iOS platform.
Walking in the rain [DesktopNexus]
If you’re looking for a one stop solution for organizing your eBooks, backing up and syncing them to Dropbox, and reading and annotating them, KooBits is a free Adobe AIR-based solution.
Are you looking forward to the stable release of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal? To help keep that enthusiasm at peak levels and show your support, we have four wonderful Natty Narwhal backgrounds created by Wyatt Kirby to share with you.
If you’re rocking a Kindle and you use Chrome, Send to Kindle is an ideal fit to shuttle articles from your desktop to your Kindle.
Icons for the Apple’s iOS and Mac OS X are littered with little hints and references to Apple’s base of operations, Steve Jobs, and computer and programming jokes.