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iPhone gets a Dungeons and Dragons dice roller online app

How could it possibly get any geeky than this? The iPhone is pretty geeky all on its own, but more so in a trendy geek kind of way. But now it’s time to mix some nerdiness into the pot as well. D&D Roller is an online app for the iPhone which allows you to roll virtual dice. To be quite ...

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I pity the foo’ with low bandwidth

So do we Mr. T, so do we. Mr. T1 is a stand-alone bandwidth meter that provides a cross-platform solution to keeping an eye on your bandwidth levels. Mr. T1 will keep a constant look on yo jibba jabba-ring internet connecton. If your connection speed ever reaches that of a standard T1 or higher, the program will play one of ...

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World’s fastest internet connection owned by 75-year-old woman

How unfair is this? Some 75-year-old woman is lucky enough to have a son who’s a big shot in the internet business, so she gets the fastest internet in the world. Jeez, she’s going to use it with her foot on the break anyway. Sigbritt Lthberg is now the lucky owner of 40 Gbit/second pipe, which is capable of downloading ...

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AjaxLife brings Second Life to your web browser

If your real life has been bumming you out recently, you might be one of the millions of people who struts around Second Life to escape reality. And here’s some good news for people who don’t want to download the massive software needed to play. A UK teen has coded a web browser friendly version of the popular virtual world ...

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Shhh, it’s a hack! Download any MP3 on MySpace

MySpace is nothing but a money maker for its creators. Forget the social networking factor. It’s nothing but one large advertisement. Even bands are getting greedy on MySpace, making their music impossible to download. MySpaceMP3.org has figured out a way to make any MP3 download-friendly, and they provide us with a cool little online app to do so. Just type ...

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Junkfood maker prints QR code on prawn crackers

Alphabet soup is so 20th century that a Japanese junkfood company, Shimahide, has decided to print QR code on their famous prawn crackers (ebi senbei). What it does is that it allows different companies to print their content on each and every single piece of delicacies in the pack, for example a special URL for a marketing campaign. If the ...

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CityWall built this city on social media

Recently installed in Helsinki is this huge touch display called CityWall, a collaborative way of uniting the cities people in a social, fun, and playful method of interaction, while still integrating the fantastic wonder of technology. Public content from YouTube and Flickr fills the wall with Web 2.0 goodness. You can even submit your own files to the wall display ...

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NCSoft launches free MMO with Dungeon Runners

Looking a lot like a WoW clone, but in a good, free kind of way, NCSoft has released its free MMORPG game called Dungeon Runners. This free online experience is much like NCSoft’s own Guild Wars, except more cartoon-y and with a interesting sense of humor, including joke-cracking merchants. Just like everything else, there is a catch. Dragon Runners is ...

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