A quirk in how iOS handles the iPad 2's Smart Cover makes it possible for others to access password-protected iPads sans passcode.
It's been a long time now since floppy discs and their drives were significant to file storage--not that you could store much on them anyway. They were also pretty loud to boot up in comparison to CDs and USB sticks. That said, we all still have
Angry Birds is obviously one of the most popular smartphone games in app stores right now. Not content with just the game, though, there are Angry Birds plushies, spinoffs, animated movies and even real-life Angry Birds. But nothing is cooler than th
The HTC HD Mini, also previously known as Photon, is pretty old as far as smartphones go--the Windows Mobile 6.5 phone was first released back in February 2010. So a XDA Developer member has given the cellphone a new lease of life by bringing Android
Android Honeycomb won't be officially introduced until Google's big event on February 2nd, but it's already been hacked onto a tablet. And who else would be behind the hack other than a member of the XDA Developers Forum?
Here at GeekTech, there have been a lot of great hacks for Microsoft's Kinect, but this robot one has to be the best.
It seems that Google’s prototype netbook can’t go long before a new hack surfaces. Earlier this week, GeekTech told you about how Something Awful forum members managed to run both Windows 7 and OS X Snow Leopard on the Cr-48. Now
We've seen all sorts of crazy case mods here at GeekTech, but we've never one quite like this. Modders-Inc member “Bobdbone” picked up a cheap electric wood stove. Once it was in the modders hands, he took it apart to in