Just yesterday, my newest electronic toy arrived – an ASUS G75VX-TS72 Gaming Laptop – and I’m not a gamer. Then why would I get a gaming laptop?
Yes, atoms. What you see in the video is 100 million times bigger than actual size. The actual device used in the lab that handles and moves the atoms is at -268° […]
Here are all kinds of fun little things you can do with Google, most of which I didn’t know existed.
Hopefully more and more people are catching on, but please, do NOT believe emails like this. This email and it’s linked site is a scam, and they are hoping I will bite […]
I was planning on working on one of my sites today, but never got around to it because I was checking out some awesome programs and apps I found on the internet. […]
Recently, Adobe Flash Player updated to a new Flash Player 11 version… and Firefox Ver. 13.0.1 just did not seem to like it. I read through a lot of forums which was […]
If you have a LinkedIn account, I strongly encourage you to change your password immediately. If you are using this same password on any other site, it is very wise to change […]
Undecillion? That was the first time I had heard that “number.” When searching the definition, some were vague and undecillion basically means a number with a LOT of zeros behind it. Technically, […]
Remember the good old days of the Tandy and Commodore computers? The lovely 8-bit screens with images made from large pixel squares, and you used DOS rather than an Operating System like […]
Google has just released an 8-bit version of Google Maps for Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). When it hits the Google Store it will be the first NES cartridge to be released in […]