Thursday, August 31, 2006

Generate Your Very Own Official Seal

Official Seal Generator - Enter some text, choose a border and an emblem, pick your colors, and click the 'Go' button. An Official Seal will be generated for you. Collect 'em, trade 'em, put 'em on your website, or e-mail 'em to your friends.....

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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Electric Mini: 0-60 in 4 Seconds: It Has Motors In Its Wheels

This newly unveiled electric Mini has an output 640 horsepower and top speed of 150 mph. The car uses a small gasoline engine with four 160 horsepower electric motors on each wheel. It can out accelerate a Porsche 911 Carrera.

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Don't Keep Secrets on your Cell Phone

Flash memory is inexpensive and durable. But it is slow to erase information in ways that make it impossible to recover. So phone manufacturers compensate with methods that erase data less completely but don't make a phone seem sluggish.

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Monday, August 28, 2006

Social networking after Death

The world's first generation to double-click its way through elementary school is using the Web to stay connected - even in death, where the popularity of MySpace has given rise to The site archives profiles of deceased MySpace members.

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A Short History of Electronic Arts

The game company known for ruthlessly guarding its market dominance through franchise purchase and protection -- though it began life with a noble mission to foster and reward 'art'

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Sunday, August 27, 2006

Sony's Mylo -- can a gadget make them matter again?

Sony is counting on Wi-Fi to make it hip again. A portable gizmo introduced by the electronics giant this month represents a big bet on the wireless networking standard. The device, dubbed Mylo, allows users to surf the web, exchange instant messages with friends, and place Internet voice calls over Wi-Fi connections.

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Commodore 64 emulator in Flash!

FC64 is the first low level Commodore 64 emulator for the Flash Player. Yes, Flash! It emulates most C64 hardware and executes the original Kernel and Basic ROMs. Best of all, it's all open source and extensible so you could easily write an emulator for *your* favourite eightbitter (NES, Apple][, Atari 2600, you name it).

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