The Art Of Technology: No, this is not a photograph

Check out the above image and tell me if you can tell the difference between the lovely bride and a real photo of a lovely bride. This is not a real photo. The above painting was made using nothing more than an artistic eye for detail and a computer. And we thought the WoW Night Elf rendering was amazing! Check ...

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Simply the greatest damn Playstation auction…ever!

The link for this auction now reads as an invalid link, but GOD DAMN! The auction was for over 1,500 games! That’s including greatest hits and longbox duplicates, as well as multi-region hardware, rare special editions, promotional materials, and dev kits. There is just no competition for a bigger, better Playstation collection. Shockingly, the above photo was only a fraction ...

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Apple dumping 17-inch iMac for 20 and 24 inch displays?

Sources are reporting that Apple might soon be making more changes to their product line by the end of June. Supposedly, Apple is ditching their 17-inch iMac displays for the more rotund 20 and 24-inch monitors. The new displays are rumored to be Cinema Displays, which would wipe out the 17-inch iMac as the entry-level Apple computer, leaving the Mac ...

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PSP and GPS combine to create the perfect golf caddy

Sony announced today its virtual golf caddy for the PSP, titled Minna No Golf Jo or Everybody’s Golf Course. Combining the PSP’s GPS transmitter with the physical sport of golf will insure that you never have to tip a crappy caddy to give you bad advice ever again. Minna No Golf Jo will provide in-depth info about shot distances and ...

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Sharp’s announces worlds first dual-mode tuner module for T-DMB and DVB-H

Sharp’s first dual-mode transmitter, the VA3B5EZ915, is capable of tuning in on both T-DMB and DVB-H terrestrial digital broadcasts. Sharp claims this device to be the first of its kind. With the launch of One-Seg in Japan, other similar services have started popping up in other areas in the Eastern Hemisphere, including DVB-H for some areas of Europe, and T-DMB ...

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Next-gen arcade games to be all touchy-feely

The Megatouch Elite Edge ION might looks more like a slot machine than something you’d see in an arcade, but the ION is what we might see being added to the arcade floor in the near future. Featuring a 15-inch touch screen, a joystick, some stunning 3D graphics, and a collection of 102 games (ranging from puzzles to sports and ...

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Wireless mouse works battery free

My wireless mouse dies about once a month. And God forbid I use the built in touch pad! This Battery Free Wireless Mouse needs no batteries at all. The mouse is powered by an electrical field emitted from the mouse pad, powered from the USB port. The high quality optical mouse never needs to have batteries replaced since their simply ...

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Testing out ringtones that calm crying babies

The Japan Acoustic Laboratory is famous for their soft science research, those guys have recently started selling ringtones online that they claimed can calm crying babies. Nikkei has decided to spend a few bucks and try that out on 2 babies. First they downloaded the tone on to their mobile, then they sent it to the alarm clock by muPass. ...

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Make your own Rubik Cake: Mmm, Mmm…Puzzling!

We have seen our fair share of cool geeky cakes, but this is the first one we have seen that comes with a tutorial to actually make it yourself. This Rubik Cube Cake is truly as cool as the arctic tundra. Just plain geek-o-rific. Using some skilled frosting cutting and lots of strategically placed food coloring, you to can win ...

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