ION EWI: More music via the USB

March 7, 2007 by davidallen | 5 Comments

When you have been working at the computer for hours, it gets to the point where you either find yourself nodding off to sleep just at the same time as someone wants you for something or you get mind block where you find yourself struggling just to think about what to do next, never mind […]

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Howto save money (and the planet)

February 20, 2007 by poeloq | Leave a Comment

Coding Horror has a good article on the cost of running a computer 24/7, estimating that his server costs rougly $200 a year and his media center pc another $80. That is a lot of money, and as gadget lovers we have many other gadgets lying around either charging or on standby. Some tipps give […]

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Honest Dell

February 19, 2007 by davidallen | Leave a Comment

Whatever you think about Michael Dell and Dell computers, you have to hand it to them for being one of the most upfront computer companies, they recently launched a site called Dell Idea Storm where you can go a read the postings of people who have either used, brought or just those who think they […]

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Yet Another Creative Mind – Wii PC

February 11, 2007 by Static | 2 Comments

It is just amazing how some things can turn into. The Nintendo Wii has been a major console where innovators have been able to run their minds at full throttle. We are turboGadgets have actually already reported on a Wiimote gun and a Wii steering wheel, but we just found out that the Wii can […]

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Zoho Notebook: A revolution in using and creating contents

February 2, 2007 by techbuzz | Leave a Comment

From the age old concept of traditional paper notebooks most commonly used by the school students, the world had moved to the world of computer generated notebooks, wherein it is possible to store and erase a vast amount of information with ease. When the Web market is flooded with various notebooks from companies like Google […]

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I Like Computers. More Than Spouse.

January 24, 2007 by Static | Leave a Comment

Only a few years ago, people were saying, “Machines can’t control us.” “That’s too sci-fi.” “You’ve read iRobot too much.” Well, but in fact, it seems as if this may be true in near future. Recently, an earthquake off the shores of Taiwan literally cut the connection between both sides of the Pacific Ocean. Millions […]

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