Tag Archive: Living


Soon you can screen Steve Jobs in your living room

If you’ve been waiting to check out Aaron Sorkin’s Steve Jobs movie (and, based on the dismal box office figures, people certainly haven’t rushed out to theaters), you’ve got a couple more months before you can watch it from the comfort of your own home. Universal Pictures Home Entertainment today announced the release dates for Steve Jobs on home […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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HoloLens will transforms your living room into a robot battle ground

Microsoft gave fans a glimpse of the future of gaming on HoloLens today with a demo of a new game under development called Project X Ray that lets you fight alien robots in your living room. It’s kind of like the X-Men’s Danger Room, projecting holographic bad guys all over your walls, couch, and ceiling […]

(via Cult of Mac – Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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Apple’s New Ad Shows The iPad Being Used To Write A Living Human Poem [Video]

During the NFL playoff game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Carolina Panthers today, Apple has posted a new advertisement for the iPad, emphasing their tablet’s creative powers and the iPad’s ability to inspire and create. The tagline is…

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Hands On: Capture Home Invaders, Not Freaky Time In Your Living Room [CES 2014]

LAS VEGAS — Webcams are such a thing of the past. The Canary is an Indiegogo-funded security camera and app that uses algorithms to detect abnormal movement in your home and send you an alert. Which means, of course, that…

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This Sensor Gadget Is The Only Mother You Want Living With You [CES 2014]

LAS VEGAS — Seriously, everyone has a mother, but not everyone wants to live with her. Here comes Mother, the remote sensor gadget we got to play with a bit at CES in Vegas this week. It’s a small, shmoo-shaped…

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Reputable Analyst Agrees With Munster: The Apple HDTV Will Enter Living Rooms In 2015

It’s hard to think of two analysts as different frome one another as Gene Munster and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. While Munster has foolishly prattled on, predicting an Apple HDTV set every single year for at least five years…

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Station: A Bamboo Caddy For Everyday Living [Deals]

I am not a fan of clutter – be it paper-based, digital, or otherwise. I’ve got a scanner that takes care of the first type, and a combination of apps (including Hazel) helps take care of the second type. But I’m also a guy who likes to keep things need and tidy in order to […]

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Kinect-Powered Xbox TV Will Try To Eat Apple’s Living Room Lunch

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Speaking of Microsoft, they’re the latest company said to be eyeing the living room, designing a new set-top box to go head-to-head with the Apple TV. But Microsoft might have an ace up their sleeves.

According to sources speaking to The Wall Street Journal, Microsoft has made several prototypes of their set-top box over the last couple of years, but the latest prototype supports the Kinect accessory for the Xbox 360,  [Read More…]

Rolomotion Wants To Turn Your iPhone And Apple TV Into A Living Room Console

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The App Store has a chokehold on mobile gaming, but Apple has yet to set foot into the world of living room consoles. And Apple doesn’t need to worry about competing with the likes of Xbox—the App Store has already created an incredibly vibrant and profitable gaming ecosystem.

You can mirror a game running on your iPhone to the big screen with an Apple TV. It works, but there’s more that could  [Read More…]

Tips For Living Frugally & Saving Drive Space On A Tiny Mac SSD [Feature]

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Don’t end up like this. Photo Pennuja/Flickr

I recently switched to a MacBook Air for writing, and it is easily the best Mac I’ve owned in terms of speed and comfort. But, like the sports car your friends assume you’ll sell now that you have kids on the way, the Air is also lacking in space1.

Now, I’m using this 128GB (with 4GB RAM) 13-inch MacBook Air primarily  [Read More…]