If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Many people dream about going into space. When you’re a kid, you want to be an astronaut. What kid didn’t want to be an astronaut at some point? We watch movies like ‘Star Wars’ and we thinkRead More

“Naughty America: The Game” is an MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online). It’s a new twist in the dating community. Its players have real profiles and meet other people all around the world. They can play loads of entertaining mini games and explore all kinds of different features. Also, there’s a combinedRead More

Just recently, we posted about the C.R.A.P. rules of designing a site (Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximaty). If you remember correctly, the “A” (Alignment) was very important in keeping websites proportional. Well, a new study shows that perfect alignment may not be all that great. In an article from NewScientistTech.com,Read More

A few weeks ago, U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman Ted Stevens was quoted on “The Daily Show” with Jon Stewart on Comedy Central. Jon Stewart pointed out how Ted Stevens called the internet a series of tubes. From many people’s point of view, Stevens’ remarks didn’t make any sense. ARead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. So you wake up in the morning and you want to have breakfast. You make your way to the kitchen, grab a couple of eggs and start boiling them. Then you just realized you forgot to putRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. There are a lot of major U.S. cities that are trying to get city-wide, low-cost wireless Internet (or, WiFi) completed within a few years. They’re all going about it in different ways as well. Philadelphia for instance,Read More

If you own a computer (which you do), then you already know about all the bad things that can happen to it. By bad things I mean viruses and spyware known as malicious programs. It seems that just recently (and by recently I mean within the last four years), theRead More

Google, the company considered by some to be somewhat shady and unpredictable, is bashing the government on web privacy. Just earlier this week, privacy advocates and bloggers were outraged as AOL accidentally released identifiable data on 20 million keyword searches by users. Many were outraged by what AOL claims wasRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. YouTube.com, the incredibly popular video portal, is adding more bandwidth to their datacenters in order to keep up with user demands. Level 3 Communications will provide several big pipes (multiple 10GigE — multiple 10 gigabits per secondRead More

Xdrive, a new service from AOL, is providing users with up to five thousand megabytes or 5GB of free data storage. Anything from photos and music to documents and any other digital files. Although we haven’t been able to personally test the service yet, we have heard some great thingsRead More

Yesterday—Wednesday October 4, 2006—NVIDIA Corporation shares rose 8 percent yesterday in speculation that they could soon be soon acquired by Intel, the world’s leading microprocessor chipmaker. At the time, a representative for NVIDIA could not be reached—but Intel had declined to comment on the rumors. Intel’s main competitor AMD (AdvancedRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Microsoft’s newest addition to the Windows family is coming early 2007 and has various editions ranging in price from a $99.95 USD upgrade to a full blown “Ultimate” version for $399.00 USD. But don’t get your hopesRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Christmas is just around the corner so whether you’re making a wish list or reading one, you’re thinking about which next-gen console to buy. There have been a few years of hype but it’ll all come downRead More

The internet video-sharing giant, YouTube is probably one of the fastest growing websites in internet history. For those of you who don’t know, YouTube allows its users to upload videos to their servers to be viewed by the masses. The website’s trademark “Broadcast Yourself” perfectly embodies the company’s vision. TheRead More

For a few years the Apple iPod has dominated the portable electronic market. Who owns a walkman or a CD player anymore? The MP3 player comes in all different forms. There’s iPod mini, iPod shuffle, video iPod, etc. Not only that, the player comes with different amounts of storage. FromRead More

The next generation console war is about to kick off. That means the launch date for Nintendo Wii is coming up (Sunday, November 19, 2006) and the demand for Wii is very, very high. Though, luckily for most consumers, the Nintendo Wii should be more easily found than the covetedRead More

If you haven’t noticed, World of Warcraft, that little MMORPG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game) is huge. In fact, even the founder of Napster, Shaun Fanning, plays it. Shaun has been playing World of Warcraft for about a year and a half now. During his play time, however, he’sRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Microsoft has released some very weird, yet artistic ads to market the Zune. I don’t think these ads are anything special, the apple iPod ads were much more effective and eye catching. But these “Zune Arts,” areRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Cisco the leading supplier of networking equipment & network management for the Internet has released a possibility of three vulnerabilities within its Internet Operating System. It is likely to cause a denial of service attack. However, toRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. There was a pleasant surprise for all users of YouTube. It’s time now for everyone to start minting with the videos you upload. An announcement was made at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland by ChadRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Google’s mailing service Gmail which took off like a rocket which was available only on invitation, now stands open to all. Gmail provides each user nearly 2.8 GB of memory space which increases with every single secondRead More

Mozilla corporation who is responsible for getting a smile on million of faces by making them browse the net using there Firefox browser has now decided to battle it out with others in the world’s second largest web market China. China is not new to Mozilla, with its not-for-profit foundationRead More

In the world of downloading music from iTunes and the ever-improving technology of mp3 players, the controversy rages on in all sorts of different countries where Apple, Inc. and it’s iTunes systems are not being looked favorably upon at this current moment in time. Currently, the European Union is fightingRead More