Johns Hopkins Student Gets Midevil on Burgler
Moral of the story: Don’t break into that guys house.
Editor’s Note: Now I just know that the burgler’s family will be bringing some kinda BS lawsuit into this. I think the students should bring a lawsuit against the state for letting this jackass out only to find him burglarizing houses 4 days later. I’m sure Bruce Willis is secretly smiling and laughing his ass off. “Jed’s Dead Baby”
MEGATech Reviews – Rosewill RCM-8163 Webcam
Whether you need an inexpensive communication tool for Skype video chats or you want something to keep up with your DailyBooth addiction, an affordable webcam can certainly be a worthwhile investment. It’s easy to get caught up in the more expensive offerings with a bunch of fancy features, but oftentimes something like the Rosewill RCM-8163 webcam can be more than adequate. Does this cheaper alternative stand up against its more expensive counterparts? Let’s find out.
Motherboards.Org Reviews – MSI i5 P55-GD65 Motherboard
The MSI P55-GD65 has a few distinctions over the P55-CD53 motherboard, which I reviewed on launch day. First is the ability to do Voltage Checkpoints, which the other board cannot do. Second is the higher Overclock ability (slightly) of the board. MSI has three models of P55 chipset on the market including this one and the P55-CD53 and P55-GD80 with slightly modified feature set for each. MSI’s board gets the Editor’s Choice due to the features and performance that you want at a reasonable price. Good Job MSI.
From the: You knew they were eventually going to do it files comes, You Can Now Order pizza from your PS3
Papa John’s is set to announce a partnership with Sony that will enable users to get hot delicious pizza delivered to their door between epic battles and high-speed races.
The ordering option is being promoted on the PS3 browser’s main startup page, with a Papa John’s button wedged snugly between the links to YouTube and the promo site for the GAMERright here. It features a slightly different layout and ads for games like PixelJunk Shooter and Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time. movie. The Papa John’s button leads to a PlayStation-specific version of its Website, which you can view
WOW, Rune, et al gamers rejoice you are one step closer to staying on your couch forever and never having to leave. Just call up a plumber and engineer a toilet into your seat and you too can look like the guy from the movie Gamer in just a few short months.
Editors Note: Ok just thinking of that guy and now I need to take a bath and scrub all my skin off.
CyberPower Announces Newest Fang Gaming Rig Model — Intel Core i5-based Rattler Slithers into the Series
BALDWIN PARK, CA (September 16, 2009) – CyberPower Inc., www.cyberpowerpc.com today announced the Rattler, the newest gaming rig in CyberPower’s popular “gaming beasts” – the Fang Series. Following the trail of previous successful Fang models, the Rattler features the latest and newest technology to deliver a powerful, unique, and stylish gaming system.
The Rattler is the first Fang Series system to offer the P55 platform powered by Intel’s latest Lynnfield processors. This blazing fast platform not only offers stellar performance and speedy processing power, but does it at a modest price range. The new Lynnfield processors take advantage of Intel’s turbo mode for efficient and swift processing to help users churn through tasks. Whether it’s gaming, video editing, graphics design, or just surfing the web, Intel’s latest technology ensures the Rattler is fast and efficient.
The Rattler is powered by Intel’s most overclockable i5-750 CPU and Nvidia’s GTS 250 graphics card, a knockout combination that delivers performance and affordability. Like other Fang series systems, users have the option to inject the Venom Boost technology into their Rattlers at a nominal service fee. The Rattler will be the first Fang Series rig to offer the Ultra OC option – a 30% CPU overclocking option! For a limited time, CyberPower will offer a free Asetek 240mm Ultra OC Certified Liquid Cooling System for cool and silent operation.
South Africa pigeon is ‘faster than broadband’
While I don’t forsee many IT Admins dumping their internal networks in liu of a flock of pigeons it would, nevertheless, make troubleshooting much simplier.
Your data arrived slow = shoot the pigeon.
Your data didn’t arrive = shoot the pigeon later.
Your data arrived with pigeon poop = here’s a hand towel.
What is that smell? = Data corruption.
Broadband promised to unite the world with super-fast data delivery – but in South Africa it seems the web is still no faster than a humble pigeon.
A Durban IT company pitted an 11-month-old bird armed with a 4GB memory stick against the ADSL service from the country’s biggest web firm, Telkom.
Winston the pigeon took two hours to carry the data 60 miles – in the same time the ADSL had sent 4% of the data.
See the video Here