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Category: Computing

Colorware Brings the Black Macbook Back, but It’S Gonna Cost You

Colorware Brings the Black Macbook Back, but It’S Gonna Cost You
When it comes to their laptops, Apple has a bit of a sadistic side, adding neat features only to take them away soon after. For example, the Firewire port was a staple of the polycarbonate Macbooks,…
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Mnemosyne: $10,000 Aluminum USB Drive: One of the Most Ridiculously Expensive Useless Pieces of Sh*T I have Ever Seen in My Enti

Mnemosyne: $10,000 Aluminum USB Drive: One of the Most Ridiculously Expensive Useless Pieces of Sh*T I have Ever Seen in My Enti
A Japanese company called solidalliance has come up with Mnemosyne, an aluminum cube that holds an otherwise ordinary 16GB flash drive inside. But it’s not that simple: the cube is actually a puzzle. It’s made of…
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Marvell Sheevaplug: Tiny Computer Fits in a Wall Plug

Marvell Sheevaplug: Tiny Computer Fits in a Wall Plug
This weensy little computer is so small that you might accidentally misplace it if you’re not careful. The oddly-named Marvell Sheevaplug (I think I went to college with him) is about the size of your average…
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Openemu Mac Emulator Lets You Play and Play With Retro Video Games

Openemu Mac Emulator Lets You Play and Play With Retro Video Games
There aren’t as many video game apps for the Mac as there are for Windows computers, and even then I have a feeling that there’s no program, Windows or otherwise, that lets you play and play…
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USB Octopus Hub: a Long Time Coming

USB Octopus Hub: a Long Time Coming
While everyone (mostly Brando) was going crazy making all sorts of gadget designs like panda paper shredders and white bread wrist rests, the obvious connection between the multi-tentacled octopus and anything that has to do with…
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Star Wars Flash Drives: Don’T Use the Force to Push ‘Em Into Your USB Slot

Star Wars Flash Drives: Don’T Use the Force to Push ‘Em Into Your USB Slot
These aren’t the first Star Wars themed flash drives I’ve seen, but they do have the biggest heads I’ve seen on a Star Wars flash drive, so at least they’ve got that going for them. The…
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Why Not Tweet Your Heart Rate?

Why Not Tweet Your Heart Rate?
If you use Twitter, odds are you occasionally inform your poor followers of some business that just really doesn’t matter. (How’s your sandwich, by the way?) Why not keep them updated on something that might actually…
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Shuttle X50 All-in-One Flat Screen Pc Goes Barebones

Shuttle X50 All-in-One Flat Screen Pc Goes Barebones
The Shuttle X50 is a sleek, flat panel all-in-one PC – and now you can order one in a barebones configuration, which lets you put in your own choice of operating system, storage and memory to…
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Hey N00b, Here’S How You Install Os X on an Sd Card

Hey N00b, Here’S How You Install Os X on an Sd Card
Macworld Senior Editor Roman Loyola posted a video guide showing how one can install Apple’s OS X Leopard on an SD card. The new Macbook Pros (save for the 17-in) come with an SD card slot,…
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Commodore 64 Vs. the iPhone 3gs: Guess Who Won?

Commodore 64 Vs. the iPhone 3gs: Guess Who Won?
After the arguably unnecessary rejection of the Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone, Technologizer‘s Harry McCracken – whose last name would be much cooler if it ended with an exclamation point: McCracken! (and started with Zak)…
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Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever

Dead Mouse Mouse: Worst Mouse Mod Ever
Ever since 2007’s creepy CompuBeaver casemod, there hasn’t been too much news in the budding field of computer taxidermy. I suppose that had to change sooner or later. This disturbing creation is a compact computer mouse…
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Microsoft: It Pays to Use Internet Explorer 8

Microsoft: It Pays to Use Internet Explorer 8
This is how things are in the browser world: Opera never recovered from its commercial days, Safari is… okay I guess, Firefox is customizable, Chrome is speedy, and Internet Explorer is owned by a powerful company…
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Tricked Out, Victorian-Inspired Laptop Case

Tricked Out, Victorian-Inspired Laptop Case
Described by its creator as “Victoriana meets Glam Rock,” this is definitely a contender for wildest laptop case ever. One part pre-bought hard case, one part rhinestones, and one part pom poms equals all parts awesome……
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Windows 7 Runs on a Pentium 2 [How Low Can You Go?]

Windows 7 Runs on a Pentium 2 [How Low Can You Go?]
Some expert computer technician crazy person has managed to get Windows 7 to run on a ridiculously underpowered Pentium II PC. Why? I say, why not? Amazingly enough, PC enthusiast Hackerman1 got his old 266 MHz…
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Hp Photosmart Printer has Its Own App Store: Print-a-Fart Apps Anyone?

Hp Photosmart Printer has Its Own App Store: Print-a-Fart Apps Anyone?
HP recently introduced their latest printer called Photosmart Premium with TouchSmart Web (henceforth called PSPWTSW), a name which if stripped of marketing speak actually reveals the printer’s capabilities: it’s a photo printer (actually it’s an all-in-one)…
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Go Computer Helps Non-Techies Get to Know This Computer Thingamajig

Go Computer Helps Non-Techies Get to Know This Computer Thingamajig
The Go Computer, made by a company called firstSTREET, tries its best to be the most user-friendly computer on Earth. Unfortunately, in a tragic combination of stereotyping and a lack of imagination firstSTREET is marketing their…
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