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Adding a solid state drive to your computer

The trick is splitting the load, so the operating system and frequently accessed programs are stored on the flash solid state drive (SSD), a more modern form of drive that boosts speed by allowing all data to be accessed simultaneously, as opposed to magnetic drives, which can only give up their information as they are […]

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Visual Spicer creates a 7-foot tall papercraft Gundam, films the entire process as a timelapse (video)

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The Top 10 Best PC Games

A dark avenger dispensing hard street justice in a sprawling, crime-ridden hellhole. A gunfire exchange in the heart of a military conflict that wrecks environments in a most beautiful manner. A wonderful semi-retro romp with one of gaming’s most iconic (and speediest) figures. If you identified those scenarios as representing Batman: Arkham City, Battlefield 3, […]

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Printing Trouble – You Know Your Printer Hates You, And Now It’s War

  Press Release Distribution     Latest News Submit Press Release PR Home Latest News Feeds Alerts Submit Free Press Release Journalist Account PRLog (Press Release) – Nov 13, 2011 – Have you ever had one of those days when your computer or printer seems to hate you? You have to finish a piece of […]

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Apple seeds iTunes 10.5.1 beta 3 with fixes to continue iTunes Match testing

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Winners From The Independent Games Festival In China Announced

Nov 12, 2011 at 11:11 PM – – 0 Comments The winners from an indie games fest held in Shanghai have been announced. The prizes ranged from $450 to $3060 and were awarded to the following games: Best Game: Pixel May Cry by Feng Li ― a pixelly 2D hack’n’slash for the PC. There’s a […]

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RAGE the PC Game by id Software | RAGE,PC Game,id Software,easter-egg,non …

Gambling. Rage has two games you can play that you might dismiss as gimmicky, but after you play them, you get a little hooked; at least I did. The first is a holographic board game. You make a bet, roll the dice (It’s actually more like a slot machine effect) and wait for the outcome. […]

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Rapid Travel Chai – Nozzles and storing luggage in my legroom

This week passed an amusing debate about using airplane air nozzles like riot police use water cannons. See the post on One  Mile at a Time and thread on FlyerTalk. The Rapid Traveler confesses that, some years ago, on the trans-Pacific leg of a flight from China, he too, crossed into this moral gray/black realm […]

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