On April Fools' Day search-giant Google 'revealed' a new all-blue look for Gmail. Now, the prank is a reality by way of a swiftly developed Chrome extension.
The world’s Internet is running a little slow today, so to save you from hunting for the latest news, your mid-week GeekBytes is here to bring you some stuff you may have missed. In this installment, take a look at a concept poster for Star Wars: Episode VII, a neat little gadget that could breathe new life into your old speakers, and how the world was set on fire (don’t panic).
Giant touchscreens, helpful iPhone tweaks, and fancy remotes make up today's GeekBytes.
Boom! It’s your mid-week GeekBytes round-up, providing a respite from the massive phone news (literally) coming out of Mobile World Congress.
Holy PlayStation 4, Batman! Sure, Sony may have taken the wraps of their next generation console today, but we think these other stories deserve your attention too
What time is it? It’s time for your mid-week GeekBytes update! In this installment, we take a look at robo-penguins, "buildable" phone cases, and one very grumpy cat.
Web designer Marko Dugonjic is experimenting with using your webcam as a way to serve responsive web content, namely text that changes size depending on how close you are to your screen.
The iron is dead. Long live the…cat. Yup, future versions of Monopoly will now include a cat play piece to replace the iron. If that has you in the mood to play some of the classic board game, we suggest you give your mid-week GeekBytes round-up a read first, as the battle for the Boardwalk can get a little long-winded....
Overloaded with BlackBerry news? Worry not, your mid-week GeekBytes round-up is BlackBerry-free! (Of course, if you have any blackberries for us to eat...)
Today’s GeekBytes catch-up features pirates, motherboard art, and a lumberjack robot—sans the plaid shirt and suspenders
A DeLorean hovercraft comes back from the future to deliver the midweek edition of GeekBytes.
The holidy season is upon us, and so is the pressure to make sure all those gifts are wrapped and ready for the big day—that is, of course, unless you believe that the end is nigh. Either way, here is your midweek round up of stuff you may have missed.
An Arduino powered lab coat designed to let you shine gets the spotlight in your mid-week GeekBytes update.
With the help of an Arduino board one parent crated a drone to ensure his kids safety on the school walk.
It’s time for your mid-week GeekBytes update! Today we'll look at the end of new music, a piece of computer history that's back from the dead, and a quicker way to get at Google Street View.