Monthly Archives: March 2006

Brilliantly done 3D Optimus Prime

Thought the movie is still lightyears away(2007), it seems it has stirred up a little of the Autobot/Decepticon in us all.  TechEBlog has a couple of pictures and a short movie from YouTube of a wonderfully done CGI Optimus Prime. … Continue reading

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Steve Ballmer Suggests Microsoft May Go After Linux for Patent Infringement…

…and then proceeds to throw a chair, run around the room screaming like a gorilla, and chant like a cultist. But seriously. In an interview with Forbes Steve Ballmer suggested that Microsoft may intend to start enforcing its patents against … Continue reading

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FCC Chairman Mis-quoted, Slashdot and Digg suffer foot in mouth

Addition: After a great deal of digging I discovered two things about the contested quote. One, not to toot my own horn but I was clearly right on this being misquoted. Two, he made these statements at CES in a … Continue reading

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This message will self-destruct in…

Everything USB is reporting on new USB flash drive from Kingston that will “self-destruct” if failed attempts to login exceed 25.  It even comes with an on-the-fly 128 bit AES encryption technology.  Thats what I call a fun toy. Although … Continue reading

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Intel’s new Core Architecture revealed

“David Kanter over at RWT has posted a whopper of an article that gives the goods on Intel’s new Core architecture. The article comes complete with a nice architectural diagram that puts to rest any doubts about whether Core is … Continue reading

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Dell and Alienware sitting in a tree

M.E.R.G.I.N.G… Rahul Sood of VoodooPC started the rumors early this month with this post on his blog and it kind of died down shortly thereafter. Appearantly, a claiming your competitor is about to be bought doesn’t hold much wait in … Continue reading

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Origami in a Sling!

Sling Media, makers of the ever popular SlingPlayer software announced the addition of software for the UMPC market yesterday. “The Ultra-Mobile PC represents an exciting new category of mobile devices and we are thrilled to be working with Microsoft to … Continue reading

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Ebay Announces eBay Express

I just got a message from eBay officially announcing eBay express. eBay Express looks to just be an “online store” format for people who are otherwise uncomfortable buying from a regular eBay fixed-price auction. You get a shopping cart and … Continue reading

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BookPool Discount Computer Books

A big SuperGeek thanks to AtariBoy for pointing this out. While the prices seem similar to Amazon, there is selection galore for computer books.  Even 8 different subcategories for A.I.!  Check out Bookpool here.  They’ve even got a sale on … Continue reading

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Mr.Gadget 1GB USB 2.0 Executive Watch

Well they came up with something pretty cool down under. “It’s here! The Mr.Gadget 1GB USB 2.0 Executive Watch exudes both style and substance. With this on your wrist, you’ll have access to your valuable data wherever and whenever (a … Continue reading

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