Justin Pot is a technology journalist based in Boulder, Colorado. He loves technology, people and nature and tries to enjoy all three whenever possible. Check out chat with Justin on Twitter.
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Free’s always good, right? If you’re willing to spend some time online, you can find all sorts of things for free. Here are 5 sites to check first.
Microsoft is sick of you not upgrading, and has a solution: Windows 10 will be the final “version” of Windows. Ever. This could mean that you will never again have to buy Windows.
Landlines cost too much; you should ditch yours. Here’s how to do that, save hundreds every year, and still get unlimited long distance calling from a familiar device: your current home phone.
From cleaning out decade-old “Likes” to sharing your email address securely, today we aim to make using social media just a little more customizable.
When you add everything up, do you really save money by cutting the cord? We do the math involved with cancelling cable in favor of Internet services.
Today Cool Websites and Apps goes over five tools that make email even better – take advantage of them.
Pennies, to use tech parlance, are a seriously annoying bug – one that cash needs to fix if it wants to remain competitive.
Sometimes a little bit of a distraction is what you need to get the job done. Helium is a floating browser that lets you watch web videos while you do something else.
Seriously: all of these apps are stupid, and you shouldn’t bother to read about them. But you will.
If you see a truck driver asleep at the wheel in Nevada, don’t panic: it might just be an autonomous vehicle. The Freightliner Inspiration – Nevada license plate AU 010 – is the first self-driving transport truck to hit the roads anywhere. With permission from the state of Nevada to operate on limited access highways, this […]
If you’ve always dreamed of creating a game, these tools are a great place to get started. Apply yourself and you just might end up making something great.
Mediums have different strengths and weaknesses, and adapting a text from one to another sometimes calls for substantial changes. No one understood this better than legendary science fiction author Douglas Adams.
What will you teach yourself? If you want to learn something, you can. Take advantage of that with these five cool resources.
Grooveshark is dead. But how did this infamous streaming piracy service stay alive so long? And what does its closure mean for users? Let’s take an in-depth look.
Tools for getting more out of Wikipedia, from alternative interfaces to games that force you to explore articles and think creatively.