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Could you live without your computer for 24 hours? Try it on Shutdown Day

March 24 could be a challenge for those who want to partake in Shutdown Day. What is Shutdown Day? Are they going to shutdown Grandma’s life support? No, no worries. But the challange you must face, might ultimately be harder than losing a loved one. That’s right. We’re talking about not going on the computer….for a complete 24 hours. The ...

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Wiiminder makes Wii browser interface easier and prettyful

[ev type=”youtube” data=”ytm3gZe1qOg”][/ev] While the Wii Opera browser runs circles around the competition, console browsing is still far from perfect. The good fellows at War Pipe Technology have rolled out some new web-based software to improve the gaming browsing experience. The Wiiminder adds tabbed browsing to the top of the page, which hides itself automatically. It also allows you to ...

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People using Britney’s baldness to catch your attention on eBay

Yes, we all know that Britney Spears shaved her head. Most of us also know how someone was trying to sell the mop of hair on eBay (the auction seems to have vanished). We were searching around on eBay to figure out where the heck this auction went, because our dream has always been to make a wig of authentic ...

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SNES outselling PS3 on Amazon

Of all of the things we’ve seen this has got to be both the most and least surprising tidbit of information we have come across regarding PS3 sales. With dwindling PS3 sales, did anyone truly expect the console to be out sold by a legacy gaming system on the largest online retailer on the planet, Amazon? Sure, SNES was, and ...

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LG KS10 3G Smartphone shown at 3GSM

LG presented its new 3G series smartphone, the KS10, at the 3GSM World Congress 2007. The KS10 features fully functioning internet capabilities. Its high speed HSDPA internet connection can transfer data at speeds up to 1.8Mbps, allowing streaming of high quality TV. The KS10’s 2.4-inch QVGA screen looks to be crisp and clear from the pictures. Along with its full ...

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New BlackBerry 8800 is full-sized Pearl

The BlackBerry Pearl sure was pretty, wasn’t it? Now the newly revealed BlackBerry 8800 from RIM takes that special design centerpiece (the scrolling ball) and puts it into a full size BlackBerry. The 8800 has a full keyboard with one button per letter, which is the way it should be. Sorry, no camera. RIM is probably sick of the random ...

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Sprint and Novatel create 3G EV-DO card for Macs

3G wireless networks were getting quite a bit of press indirectly through the controversy that was the iPhone and the absense of 3G compatability. Well, on a different note, Mac users are going to have access to the 3G network on their computers now. Sprint and Novatel have developed an card compatable with ExpressCard/34 called the Merlin EX720. It allows ...

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Valentine’s Day Geek: HTTPanties

Still not sure on what to get your lady for the 14th? Check out these HTTPanties. All of the colors come with strategically placed error messages. Including 403 Forbidden, 200 OK, 413 Requested Entity Too Large, and 411 Length Required. Depending on the size of your input plug, the latter two could be a really funny joke. Of course, until ...

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