Computing

LG-Phillips Readies 1mm Bezel LCD

LG-Phillips LCD (yes, a joint company project) has announced a new LCD display technology that could allow for larger screens on many mobile devices in the near future. By building the driver circuit right into the screen console itself, the new technology reduces the bezel siding of the screen to be only 1mm thick. This means that some screens could ...

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Amazing Turntable Desktop PC Mod

Just insane. That is a perfect description of this gorgeous PC case mod. This project totally integrates a working PC into a turntable. The LCD screen displays the current time, song playing, or weather. The volume knob now controls the system volume and the power button still retains its functionality. The hardware used in this mod is pretty impressive too. ...

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Beware Of Dog Catcher Hackers: USB Toy Your Dog Can Chew On

I wouldn’t recommend giving your dog any gadget to chew on unless it’s specifically made for it, like this USB Dog Tag / Chew Toy. The shaped-bone drive carries 512MB of data. The USB Dog Toy has a little hole which allows it to be attached to your dog’s collar. Don’t put any important files on here though. You never ...

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Got a Mac?

The kids at the Missouri School of Journalism sure as hell do. Something like 80% of the students in this photo apparently. Interesting how certain segments of the population are so Mac oriented despite it’s relatively small market share compared to Windows.—Sean Fallon Link [via]

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Water-Cooled PS3: Someone Was Bound to Do It

It’s probably unnecessary, but if you have ever thought about water-cooling your PS3, Dragonpower has scattered details of this build over a thread at the Official Playstation forums. If you can do it, and you don’t mind massively voiding your warranty, a PS3 that runs silent and around 32C under a heavy load could be your reward. Hit the jump ...

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Steampunk Case Mod Remains a Mystery

The coolness of this case mod is plain to see, but what it actually does or who developed it remains a mystery. It appears that the case features an elaborate cooling system and a series of gauges that provide information on various processes like temp and CPU usage, but other than that all we have is plenty of pics–many of ...

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Microsoft Japan mistakenly made IE7 public

We would have been a little more excited if somebody else had leaked their software by mistake and allowed everybody to download for free, nonetheless we are slightly excited to learn that Microsoft Japan mistakenly put Internet Explorer 7 (Japanese version) on Windows Update this afternoon. The above screen cap was taken at 2:57 pm Tokyo time today. Some Japanese ...

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The Mac II Sofa

In honor of the old Mouse Pad Sofa, this Mac II sofa looks mighty uncomfortable. We doubt this couch was made for sitting anyway. Constructed using 20 Mac II computers, this couch is up for sale in Maryland Heights, Missouri. If you add together the prices for 20 Mac II top of the line PC’s, this thing could fetch for ...

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Mercedes Truck PC Mod

We’ve seen some interesting PC mods, but nothing quite like this, unless you include the Transformer mod. Though this PC case is built into a Mercedes Benz truck toy. Check out more pics after the jump.

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