Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category

Gmail introduces Priority Inbox

Gmail recently introduced “Priority Inbox”. It basically puts all the important emails in a separate section at the top of your inbox window. How Priority Inbox works In order to predict which messages are important to you, Gmail uses some of the same technology that it uses to weed spam out of your Inbox. If […]

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Projector turns any surface into touchscreen

Fed up of lugging a heavy laptop around? Soon you could be typing documents and browsing the web on any nearby surface with the aid of a pioneering pocket-sized projector. An innovative British company called Light Blue Optics has created the Light Touch, which transforms any surface into a 10.1in touch screen, reminiscent of the […]

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Worldwide Broadband Prices

Looks like Japan is the place to be!

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Google Nexus One Phone

Google today took a step into online retailing with the launch of its new smartphone, the Nexus One, and a webstore to sell it directly to consumers. Calling the touchscreen phone a “superphone”, the internet search giant is aiming to challenge the supremacy of Apple’s iPhone and offer consumers a new way to purchase their […]

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Christmas Light Hero

Last year Guitar Hero was on everyone’s Christmas list. At Trend Hunter we know for a trend to stay relevant it has to reinvent itself. There’s Band Hero, DJ Hero but this is something different. Check out Xmas Light Hero, the ultimate in video game inspired decorations. Put on your winter gloves and strap on […]

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Air Force To Expand PlayStation-Based Supercomputer

The U.S. Air Force is looking to buy 2,200 Sony (NYSE: SNE) PlayStation 3 game consoles to build out a research supercomputer, according to an document posted on the federal government’s procurement Web site. The PlayStation 3s will be used at the Air Force Research Laboratory’s information directorate in Rome, N.Y., where they will be […]

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10 Websites that Help Programming Skills

Seen here originally is a list of 10 puzzle sites that will help sharpen your skills of various programming languages. 1. Programming Praxis 2. Code Kata 3. TopCoder 4. Project Euler 5. Facebook Engineering Puzzles 6. Python Challenge 7. Al Zimmermann’s Programming Contests 8. Ruby Quiz 9. C Puzzles 10. 99 Prolog Problems *Disclaimer: Haven’t […]

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Wikipedia Goes “Hitchhiker’s Guide”

If you’ve ever seen or read Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams you will be familiar with the number one selling guide in the Universe with the words “Don’t Panic” printed on the cover and entries on virtually anything you could ask it. Well Wikipedia is making its own Guide. In a way. […]

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10 Geeky Laws That Should Exist, But Don’t

Seen here at Wired.com. 1. Munroe’s Law: A person in a geeky argument who can quote xkcd to support his position automatically wins the argument. This law supersedes Godwin, so that even if the quote is about Hitler, the quoter still wins. 2. Lucas’s Law: There is no movie so beloved that a “special edition,” […]

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Conjuction Tutorial

I have been away from lotro for quite a bit working hard getting this cj tutorial site up and running as part of a school project. Well after many weeks of work it is finally ready to show. Group of .. These links go to the various conjunctions based on the group size you select. […]

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