Most of you probably remember the C=64, a legendary computer system that ruled the 80’s, and for some people, still brings a tear to their eyes when they hear about the name. If you were a die-hard C=64 or Amiga fan, I’m sure you already dreamt about Commodore coming back into business right? Well you […]
If you’re asking yourself whether you should go see Hollywood’s latest blockbuster “300” or not, fellow blogger Ed has just pubbed a very informative and funny review of the movie on his blog, the Ededition. Definitely worth a look for all you action lovers out there. Let’s get one thing straight. If you’re going for […]
The folks at Microsoft Research Lab have just produced this funky futuristic video exploring the possibilities of a career in Computer Science. Enjoy the show.
–10 Fun Facts About Storage Just make it bigger, faster, cheaper –Building a Wireless Network for Dummies “I have recently been asked to setup a wireless network in home of one of my close friends. It was then when I first realised how litte people know about wireless technology and implementation.” –Reading your Hotmail email […]
We all know it, the perks of working at Google are the envy of most hard working employees. It’s no wonder – with free chef-prepared food, oil-changes, on-site car washes and even haircuts. Mountain View’s giant is doing everything they can to keep their workers happy and productive. Now we hear there is an additional […]
Since we’ve already posted about Sony’s new PS3 Home community yesterday, we thought that you guys might enjoy having a look at what this world will look like when it comes online in a few weeks. Enjoy the show!
Sony has just announced today that PS3 owners will soon be able to interact with each other via a new virtual online community “à la Second Life” named ‘Home’. According to the Washington Post, ‘Home’ will be first released as a beta version sometime in April, and then officially launched in the 4th quarter of […]
By Matt Pearson Contributing Writer, [GAS] Text messaging (or “texting”, as it tends to be referred to in hipster vernacular) is becoming an increasingly prevalent form of communication. I recently had a conversation with my parents about this subject, thanks to this last month’s Cingular bill. In response to their questions, I tried to explain […]