Google Ad Spoof: Is Tiger Woods Feeling Lucky Today?

As Tiger Woods recovers from a car accident and contends with reports of philandering, Slate V imagines what the golfing great might be typing into that familiar white search bar (with apologies to Google’s new ad campaign). [Via TechEblog]

Verizon Wireless blocking is un4chanate for board users

Controversial message board site 4chan claims it has been blocked by Verizon Wireless. It’s the second time it has made such a claim against a major internet provider, following on from similar accusations against AT&T last summer. If you’ve never come across 4chan, it’s technically a collection of image-sharing boards, though one such board (known […]

We Love xkcd

You  may remember the Discovery Channel’s very popular jingle I Love the World. Randall Munroe of xkcd was inspired and did his own version featuring memes from his webcomic. Then Elaine Doyle and Olga Nunes produced a video that recreates xkcd’s comic using the original tune, featuring a cast of prominent and not-so-prominent bloggers. Neil […]

Google Nexus One: Display & 3D Framework

A conversation on the display and 3D framework of the Nexus One, featuring Tomasz hasinski, project manager at HTC, and Romain Guy, software engineer for the Android platform. Part 1 of this series: Concept & Design

“Parisian Love”: Possible Google Superbowl Ad?

Even though Google’s true business as always been about advertising, the company mostly stayed away from the biggest ad medium of them all, television. However, it seems that the search giant will be airing an ad during the biggest TV event of the season: Superbowl XLIV Yesterday, Google CEO Eric Schmidt posted a short message […]

The Dangers of a Live Webcast

I thought for a minute that were approaching infinite recursion. Now everyone will want to try a live webcast just so they can do this and try handling it better. [via b3ta]

Google Nexus One: Concept & Design

Google has just started releasing a series of videos documenting the story behind the company’s new phone, the Nexus one. In the first episode, various people who worked on the design of the phone talk about some of the decisions that were taken to make the Nexus One the most advanced mobile on the market […]

Facebook… Literally

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WoW Facebook App: For Epic Updates?

So if you spend enough time in the World of Warcraft, you always run on the risk of not having enough stuff going on in the real world to make for interesting Facebook updates. But luckily with the new WoW Armory app, you can have automatic updates sent to your mom, your boss, and all […]

Captain Picard Loves the Internet

As part of an interview for PBS’s upcoming airings of “Macbeth” and “Hamlet” in April, Captain Jean-Luc Picard, aka Sir Patrick Stewart (or is that the other way around?) gives us his views on twitter and the Internet, and explains why he is afraid to start “gaming”. [Via Thenextweb]

The Tester: A New Reality Show for Gamers

It’s official, Sony is just about to launch a new reality show on the Playstation Network. People interested in watching the show will be able to do so directly on their PS3 console, providing that said console is hooked up to the web, of course. The Tester, which will debut on February 18th, will star […]

We Don’t Need No Stinking Subtitles! [Video]

By Jimmy Rogers (@me) Contributing Writer, [GAS] This is probably older than the internet, but we just discovered it the other day (via the hallowed “instant messenger” method) and figured it was worth a laugh or two. One thing I noticed after watching were the tags on the YouTube page for this clip.  They include […]