Computing

Why don’t you go suck a screwdriver?!

Despite popular belief, you can have your tools and eat them too. The classic screwdriver is made with a red cheap plastic base. You can find them in your local children’s toy tool kit. With the Screwdriver Lollipop, you can have the same classic novelty without the synthetic materials. OK, well it’s prob still made of synhetic materials, but at ...

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Genuine Windows Vista sold only 244 copies in the whole of China

Whilst Microsoft was bragging about the sales number of their latest OS Windows Vista, few would actually know that they have only managed to sell 244 copies in the whole of China in the first 2 weeks. You heard that right, and that’s the number quoted from the headquarters of the Windows Vista chief (90% national volume) distributor in Beijing. ...

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Rumor: Nintendo releasing new colored Wii-Motes and Nunchucks

Thanks to the inept companies who update their product lists early, there is a rumor going around that Nintendo is planning on releasing several new color options for the Wiimote and Nunchucks. The new colors listed on the product list of the retailer in question are silver, blue, and pearl pink. According to the retailer, the new colored hardware is ...

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DIY: Creative ways to recycle your peripherals

Here’s a few ways to not have to throw out stuff, such as the Bagel Holding CD Spindle. These methods concern peripherals though, rather than casing. We all have mountains of broken peripherals scattered around our houses. You might remember the DIY Keyboard Wallet. Well what about when you feel a little more creative and want to do your own ...

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8 Core Mac Pros now available!

Finally a confirmation on the heavily rumored 8 core Mac Pros. Today on the official Apple website, Jobs and friends finally announced the availability of the uber-exciting 8 Core Intel Xeon. This monster is going to have a storage capability of up to..get ready…3 TB! That’s right, 3 whole terabytes. As Apple says with the announcement “consider the bar raised” ...

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Guitar Hero controller will work with Rock Band

Being the renaissance men that we are, we hardly need to play a guitar-based game, seeing as we can play real classical guitar, while pleasing three women at the same time. For those who aren’t as multi-talented, Harmonix and EA announced in a conference call that the guitar controller for Xbox 360 from Guitar Hero will also work with the ...

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The Computer Table for space conservation is the ultimate case mod

We thought the idea to latch all unneeded gear to the bottom of your desk was an ultimate space saver, and this Computer Table puts the cherry on the sundae. Who needs a tower when they have a desk? The Computer Table fits all of your hardware into a desk drawer, so no cases needed. You can actually call this ...

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MacPack: Some chips on your shoulders with this ultimate DIY

Who needs a laptop, honestly? All you need is a MacPack strapped to your shoulders and your good to go on your merry way. If your still using an old Mac daily than you probably shouldn’t do this unless you’re a wiz with hardware, just in case you screw up and lose all of your data. But really, if your ...

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Roy Block: Mixed reality video game concept will blow your mind

[ev type=”youtube” data=”kOpeKBOKXz0″][/ev] Roy Block is one of those things you don’t see very often. A creation that can revolutionize how we look at something, in this case, gaming. Using a tangible interface, the came stands on the edge of a mixed reality, integrating our world, with the game world. If words could do the concept justice, we would describe ...

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Guitar Hero goes mobile

Good news, fellow guitar shredders. Hands-On Mobile announced today that they have made an agreement with Activision to bring Guitar Hero to your mobile devices, which really, really rocks. OK, the thought of Guitar Hero wherever we go sounds awesome, but how does Activision/Red Octane plan on producing a mobile version of a game which relies on its awesome peripheral? ...

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