Intel announced the development of the world’s first hybrid silicon laser. I probably don’t need to explain the potential that this has to crack open the glass ceiling that we’ve all been staring at for processor speed. But I did over at Thatedeguy anyways. It’s fun to think of what we might be able to… Read More »
There were some big announcements out of Apple yesterday. New iPods, new services, but the one that got missed was the Apple Mac Pro running dual core chips. And further, says AnandTech, the ability to run Quad core chips. Dual quad core chips at that. Eight cores. Wowsa. We grabbed a pair of 2.4GHz Clovertown… Read More »
There’s been a bit of buzz lately about the says-it official seal generator so we thought we’d give it a go and try to create one for SuperGeekBlog. It certainly isn’t perfect, but we think it does all right. You can click on it to see it in its full-size glory. You can also visit… Read More »
Well folks, it looks like all of us here at SGB have gotten a bit distracted with our other projects. Don’t worry – we are still around and are looking to get a fresh jump on this site. If anyone has any submissions for us, please feel free to send them our way! Thanks!
I grew up on Super Mario Brothers. I can’t begin to count the hours I’ve lost in the game series depths. When asked what my favorite of the series is, I invariably answer “Super Mario Bros. 2”. I never knew. I never knew that what I thought was my favorite Super Mario Brothers game wasn’t… Read More »
Well, by now you should have your fill of Microsoft WGA news from us, but this one is just too ironic to pass up on. InfoWorld and ZDNet are both reporting that a new worm is making it’s way through the ether that makes itself look like the Microsoft anti-piracy program. The malware has been classified… Read More »
On the heels of the uproar over Self-Destructing Windows installs, a lawsuit was filed in US District court(seattle) this week. The lawsuit calls Microsoft’s WGA a spyware. The suit by Los Angeles resident Brian Johnson, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Seattle, seeks class-action status for claims that Microsoft didn’t adequately disclose details… Read More »
Fon, the self-claimed “largest WiFi community in the world”, announced that they would begin selling wireless routers to people who signed up with FON for $5.00. Product Features Linksys WRT54GL or Buffalo WHRG54S Router WiFi 802.11b/g up to 54 Mbps Switch with 4 ports and Internet port FON Firmware in +10 languages European plug Not… Read More »
Ed Bott at ZDNet is reporting that Microsoft will soon make installation of WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) mandatory. Not only will it become a mandatory install, if WGA isn’t installed within 30 days, the install of Windows will cease to operate. If WGA becomes mandatory, would it mean that Microsoft could prevent Windows from working… Read More »
Congrats go out to our friends Ann and Shane! You should all head on over to Ede’s blog to see the pictures of little Connor Michael! He weighed in at 8 pounds 4 ounces and 21 and 1/2 inches long.