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Making Old Games Look Good On Modern LCDs?

Andorion Re:Buy a cheap CRT (367 comments)

Actually, forget the pricewatch link, just check ebay. Plenty of 17-19" monitors for well under $100.

more than 4 years ago

First iPhone Worm Discovered, Rickrolls Jailbroken Phones

Andorion Re:Narrow Band detector (215 comments)

I'm surprised the fact that it disabled the service isn't mentioned front and center - that really means it was written as a service to the community and not to be malicious.

more than 4 years ago

Skype's Free Phone Call Plan Will Soon Have Annual Fee

Andorion Re:Classic Marketing (171 comments)

I pay $30 a month for unlimited data and 500 anytime minutes + unlimited night and weekend on Sprint - any unlimited data plan is going to cost a bare minimum of $30 a month, and will likely cost 40-60, so I don't know how much you're saving with that setup.

more than 7 years ago



First high-resolution video of Curiosity (MSL) descent and landing on Mars

Andorion Andorion writes  |  more than 2 years ago

Andorion (526481) writes "While we're still waiting for the complete, official video of Curiosity descending and landing on Mars, here's the first video showing the high-resolution frames animated from heat-shield separation to landing:

Source images from NASA's raw images page for the Mars Descent Imager (MARDI), at"

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