Computing

Enjoy handsfree reading in bed, sick and healthy alike

Who says reading in bed is the privilege of those who got sick? With these reading stands, we can read in bed anytime we want, in any position and under any background lighting condition. These stands range from $60 to $190, the smallest one you can bring to the beach, the biggest one you can hang your laptop up there. ...

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Dell’s bringing seXP back

Still wary about using the new Windows Vista operating system, users have been moaning and bitching to Dell about how they wish they could still get Windows XP installed on their pre-packed PC’s. Dell has answered their prayers by reissuing XP installed computers back into their products. The consumer backlash has caused Dell to offer the option of Windows XP ...

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USB Keylogger will spy on your ho

Curiosity is the one human element that we believe to be universal. Everybody wants to know more about the people they live amongst. Sure, it could possibly put you in jail, but isn’t it worth it? No, no it isn’t. The USB Keylogger is the easy way to go about it. No software needed. The USB Keylogger plugs directly into ...

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Do we really need to charge all new gadgets overnight for the first time?

We’re not sure whether you have heard about the urban myth about rechargeable batteries. Some people claim that you must charge over night (7-12 hours straight) for the first time in order to “activate” all the chemicals in the battery, to prolong its life-span. While we could not explain this completely scientifically, and we thought that the “memory effect” on ...

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The ultimate gaming system made by avid gamer

And you thought you were an avid gamer? This gaming fan has such a passion for playing, he just had to set up his own rig. What resulted was a head-to-head gaming system, much like the ones featured in many Japanese arcades. “In Japan, competition games like Street Fighter and Virtua Fighter generally have head-to-head cabinets and I wanted to ...

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DIY: Replace your headphone jack

If you want a good pair of headphones, it’s gonna cost you. No matter how much you spend on them, headphone jacks have a tendency of splitting from the wire and loosening, creating dead noise. When this happens, most people will have a period where they cry under their blankets in the dark, cuddling with their old pair, before throwing ...

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Who’s paying Microsoft’s legal bills? You are!

According to a calculation done by the Software Freedom Law Center (SFLC) a $21.50 “patent tax” is added in to every sale of Microsoft’s software products. This is the first time I’ve been informed that I was paying for Microsoft’s law bills before I switched over to OS X and Linux. Now that I know this information, I’m glad I ...

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Smooth Creations Diablo Gaming PC is pretty in gold and fully loaded

Equally unique and blindingly bright colored, the Smooth Creations Diablo Gaming PC has the looks to match its monster specs. The Diablo packs in a Intel Core 2 Duo E6700 processor, 2GB of RAM, two 250 GB hard drives in a RAID configuration, and two, yes two, GeForce 8800 GTX cards. If the bright yellow gold color is too much ...

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Saitek Obsidian Mouse for clickless scrolling

  With news of Apple’s patent for a touch controlled mouse, other similar concepts and releases are jumping out from the drawing boards. Saitek has released its Wireless Obsidian Mouse which features a touch scroll wheel along with a high-precision 1000dpi optical sensor that operates through RF. The mouse also comes with a USB dock for charging and a spare ...

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Haha, owned: Study finds one in four corporate computers contain porn

Fraud and grand larceny aren’t the only shady events going down in the corporate world nowadays. A study conducted by PixAlert determined that one out of every four computers used by corporations contain pornographic material. Other than the 25% deemed pornographic, an astonishing 46.8% contain fully nude or sexual suggestive material, with 0.3% of that being deemed “illegal”. The study ...

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