Australian Target Stores Ban GTA V For Depictions of Violence Against Women
they should of checked there dictionary.
What the **** is should of?
British Army Looking For Gamers For Their Smart-Tanks
If they get pwn3d they can blame it on lag.
Rob Pardo Says Farewell To Blizzard
...is a blizzad of orthographical errors.
Microsoft Releases Early IE12 Preview As Part of Its New Developer Channel
What browser-based games are worth playing with a controller?
Snowden Document Shows Canada Set Up Spy Posts For NSA
* 'There's not that much known about Canadian intelligence.'*
As A Canadian, I kinda resent that :)
Dave Mustaine wrote:
two words combined that can't make sense."
Then ripped about 20 solos before finishing the song.
Foxconn Accused of Forcing InternsTo Build PS4s Or Lose School Credit
As opposed to paying them $5.00 a day, they're getting a better deal.
Is the Can Worse Than the Soda?
In a time when kids are born with dozens of conditions, our numbers multiply at a staggering rate worldwide, and that scenario where we must ration our resources VERY carefully (like we should have done since the beginning) is not THAT ridiculously far away, this is actually positive in my eyes.
Do we really need to procreate in such a hurry? I'm not the biggest fan of sodas out there, but if they're gonna help reduce the output of the baby-factory generation out there, I'm all for even buying other people a soda or two.
Can Windows 8 Succeed In a Cloud-Based World?
I don't know of any individuals using cloud based services
the fuck?. Gmail, Google Apps / Docs, Dropbox, BaseCamp, Flickr, Spotify, Netflix. Most individuals I know do almost everything they use a computer for "in the cloud". The corporations are the ones that seem to be holding on to legacy standalone apps.
None of those things are really relevant to the business world. You don't share DVDRips or ISOs over a network for your buddies at work, you don't have any need to watch movies or upload 100 pictures from that Canon of yours at a workplace, the only semi-useful thing in there are Google Docs (don't count Gmail since any e-mail is just as efficient in sending and receiving e-mails) but then again, most corporations already have volume licenses so that's not even that big a hassle.
The Bouncing Sands of Mars
That's just Sandworms farting.
Microsoft Blocks 3d-Party Browsers In Windows RT, Says Mozilla Counsel
I don't find this lock-in too much of a hassle since it only affects the ARM version. I can easily opt to use the Intel version and nothing of value would be lost, in my opinion.
Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop
Relax guy, I was only being ironic, considering these things run on anything but Windows. But yeah, I've not the patience or time to migrate to something other than Windows, but a TV would be the last thing I expect to have a friggin' operating system. In the computer sense.
Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop
So now that TVs restart, I'm guessing malware isn't far behind?
After all, if you expect to turn every household device into a typical computer, you're also gonna drag the bad things computers have.
Can we 'regedit' tvs so we can use our own splash logos?
Playing With Friends Makes You a Better Gamer
It's too bad playing HALO just makes you an overall bad person.
A 3D Display You Can Touch
It only seems that every other week there's a new concept or at least some advances/new implementations of old concepts for 3D displays.
It's clear that people wanna move forward but we're still laughing at those that bought 3D glasses + 3D TVs, so slow down a bit, please.
How Even a Failed AT&T/T-Mobile Deal Hurts Rivals
What the hell happened to just having a phone and making calls off it without worrying about how fast your web apps will load, how long it'll take to upload a batch of uninteresting family photos or how vane you'll look at the next cellphone showoff?
This is why I still have a landline and restrict my usage of the Internet to my PC and laptop. The world didn't need to updated and logged on 24/7 a decade ago.
X-ray Facility To Simulate Conditions At Earth's Core
It's obvious that it's full of dinosaurs.
Spotted Horses May Have Roamed Europe 25,000 Years Ago
...humans began painting a curious creature on the walls of European caves. Among the rhinos...
Did I miss a memo?
It was written on the wall! How could you have missed it?
Minecraft Wins Gaming Arts Award
It's damned boring is what it is. Even Spider-Man on MAME holds more interesting things to do, even if it's just to laugh at chubby superheroes.
Gecko-Inspired Robot Rolls Up Walls
Short Circuit 3: Johnny Climbs
Are Google's Best Days Behind It?
I don't use Google for anything other than its search engine.
- Google Chrome to me is overhyped, the minimal GUI is irritating and it has a poor amount of add-ons.
- Gmail is nice but I've subscribed to countless sites (and still do) with my @msn and it gets the job done (it receives e-mail, big surprise there), the only time I use Gmail is at work, because the educational institution I work at uses it.
- Google Docs are of no use to me.
- Blogger I do like.
To me "best days" is irrelevant, in my case the usefulness is still there and will be there. It doesn't have to impress anyone or be ahead of anyone else.
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