Holiday music doesn’t have to be old, boring, or tacky. And sometimes, there’s just nothing better than your favorite pop stars singing your favorite holiday songs.
Author Archive | Matt Sevits
Who needs a computer for entertainment anymore? It’s all about multi-tasking these days; if your devices are only doing one thing at a time, you’re behind the curve.
If you’re looking to record high-definition video on the go, the last thing you want to do is carry around a bulky full-size video camera, traditional camcorder, or limited functionality digital camera — and not everyone has HD video recording built into their cell phones.
If you own a smartphone, you probably carry it around with you almost all the time, but as the smartphone market heats up, so does the market for peripheral devices and accessories that make it easier (and more fun) to be with your phone 24/7.
With the way technology is moving toward the integration of multiple devices into multi-function super-devices, it no longer makes sense to have separate cameras for photo and video.
It turns out you don’t need a fancy DSLR camera to take amazing photos — or to have control over the look of your photos.
As anyone alive during the dot-com boom (and bust) will tell you, sometimes it just doesn’t pay to be a trailblazer.
Amazon’s Kindle might be the clear frontrunner in the three-way e-reader war between Apple, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, but that could change pretty soon.
For every Tila Tequila and Chris Crocker, who think they can sing just because they have millions of fans on YouTube and MySpace, there’s a small handful of really talented musicians waiting for their moment to shine — and hoping that the Internet will be their gateway to fame.
ABC’s latest app, My Generation, lets you interact with the ABC documentary show of the same name on your iPad while you watch.