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Archive for May, 2011

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  • Could LTE kill DSL in rural America?

    With an average speed between 12 and 18 mbps, I hypothesized during the initial launch of LTE that this technology could be used to replace home internet for some users. When I learned about the 5GB cap on most LTE devices, I didn’t put another thought towards it for quite some time. Then, earlier this […]

  • Facebook nears 700 million users worldwide

    It probably has nothing to do with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s decision to eat only what he kills, but Facebook is about to hit the 700 million user mark, which is nothing to sneeze at. According to, a site that monitors Facebook statistics, Facebook’s traffic is growing thanks to a rise in popularity in […]

  • Samsung starts producing 30nm 32GB DDR3 modules

    Samsung has both shrunk its DRAM chips and increased the capacity of its modules with news that the company has started mass producing 30nm 4Gb chips. The move to a 30nm process brings with it a three key benefits. The first is a cut in the amount of energy required to run them when compared […]

Call of Duty Elite Closed Beta Signup and Keys


Want to be one of the first people to play the new Call of Duty Elite game?! Well go sign up for the Call of Duty Elite Closed Beta and get in on the action.

One thing is for sure. If they are able to keep up the same quality that they delivered with previous games, you should be in for a great time.

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  • hacked in response to Bradley Manning depiction

    No, Tupac wasn’t found alive in New Zealand. That’s just The Lulz Boat docking in the harbors of PBS and perpetrating a little old-fashioned tomfoolery on the broadcaster’s website. Turns out the LulzSec crew wasn’t at all pleased with Frontline’s portrayal of Bradley Manning in the Wikisecrets expose and decided to strike back. PBS servers […]

  • Apple back-to-school special may include $200 off an iPad with a Mac purchase

    Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference is just around the corner and starts on June 6. We suspect we’ll hear news of a new iPhone, as well as new versions of both its desktop and mobile operating systems. However, rumors are flying around of another announcement, and this one focuses on Apple’s back-to-school offers. Apple has […]

  • Fujitsu F-07C is a Windows 7 PC and a smartphone

    As Intel works to make the Atom suitable as a smartphone chip over the coming years, Fujitsu has gone and stuck one of the existing Atoms inside a phone as a second processor. The reason? To allow it to double as a portable Windows PC. The phone was originally unveiled earlier this month, but Fujitsu […]

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  • Killer Robots coming on Memorial Day

    While some of you may be relaxing in hammocks and grilling up burgers, robots will be massacring each other until only one robot is left standing. No, we’re not talking about some hostile robot planet somewhere, the Science Channel will be airing a special show called Killer Robots: RoboGames 2011 this Memorial Day. Hosted by […]

  • World’s coolest camera setup was designed to shoot insects in-flight

    Ever wonder how photographers take pictures of bugs while they are flying? You could probably guess that it wasn’t easy, but you might have underestimated just how involved the process is. The fine people at Fotoopa have revealed their setup in an incredible Flickr gallery, along with an explanation of the camera, the components, and […]

  • Memorial Day tech deals you don’t want to miss

    What’s better than having a three-day-long weekend? Memorial Day sales, of course! The bargains offered during Memorial Day weekend aren’t necessarily as good as those offered during Christmas and Black Friday, but they’re still worth checking out. If you’re too busy grilling and laying around in the pool to hit the mall, there are plenty of […]

Funny Picture: Goat? Pony? Gony?!

What is it? A goat? A pony? A GONY!?
Goat? Pony? Gony?


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