Will There Be Gadgets For 007 In Quantum Of Solace?

Quantum Of Solace, the 22nd James Bond movie and the second to feature Daniel Craig, following his highly-acclaimed turn as 007 in 2006’s Casino Royale, opens in the UK on October 31, 2008, and the USA a week later. Casino Royale distinguished itself in many ways from previous films in the Bond canon, being far […]

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Another Way to Get Caffeine in Your Mouth

by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] I was just reading an article in PC World about “geek cuisine,” which apparently means caffeinated drinks/candy. I’m not sure why geeks are the only ones who have trouble staying awake; I know just as many law students as programmers who are chugging red bulls at 2am. In any […]

Review: Epson WorkForce 600 Wireless All-In-One Printer

By Sterling “Chip” Camden Contributing Writer, [GAS] Today I’m trying out the new Epson WorkForce 600 printer/copier/scanner/fax combo.  To make a long story short: at less than $200 (about $149 at some outlets) it delivers a lot of printer for the money.  But not everything in this review is rosy.  Read on for the full story […]

Cinematograph HD: The Most Amazing Case Mod Ever

Sure, there are quite a lot of interesting case mods on the web, but I don’t think anything reaches what Will Urbina has accomplished with the Cinematograph HD, his new portable custom-made box. I’m not really the type of person who would go for an overly-detailed case. I prefer classic, clean designs, and Will’s system […]

Liquid-Filled USB Flash Drives

Marketing agency CNK Promotions just came out with a bunch of incredibly cool-looking promotional flash drives that promise to make you the center of attention pretty much everywhere you go. Just check these out, and tell me that you honestly wouldn’t like to have one hanging on your keychain. Now if that’s not an amazing […]

ASK [GAS] : What was your first computer and how did it change your life?

by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] I was a child of the eighties, and the first computer that my parents bought was a Tandy CoCo, on which my mom taught me to type when I was seven. That computer also jumpstarted my love of videogames, since hours of playing Maniac Mansion revved me up to […]

Dell O2 PC: A New Approach to “Green Computing”

We all know it; when manufactured, electronic devices create a tiny amount of pollution, and that’s where Dell wants to make things right. The O2 project is their answer to the problem, and I have to say that while their intentions are commendable, I doubt that it will ever make it to the real world, […]

Futuretech Powerflux: The Most Expensive Power Cable Ever

If you think Monster Cable is ripping their customers off with their insanely high priced cables, you’ve seen nothing my friend. Future Tech, another company known for its overpriced gear, is selling their Powerflux Power Cord for a measly $1800. ONLY $1800? That’s a real bargain for a simple power cable! Cable Essentials Powerflux conductors […]