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Concept designs for Social Network Sneakers
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Concept designs for Social Network Sneakers

Facebook and Twitter are two social networking powerhouses. Facebook has over 500 million users and is one of the most popular websites on the planet. Twitter is no slouch either with the popular microblogging service boasting close to 200 million users flooding the interwebs with 140 character tweets. How can you pay homage to these social networking greats? By designing sneakers for them of course! They may only be conceptualized by man are they awesome. The conceptual Twitter and Facebook shoes designed by Gerry Mckay for Adidas and if they ever make production I'll be the first in line. (more…)
Tools Of The Online Gamer: Ventrilo
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Tools Of The Online Gamer: Ventrilo

For all PC gamers we all know that good quality hardware is of the utmost importance for effective game play - a good video card, a fast response monitor etc., but for all those who game online we also know the importance of communication especially when one participates amongst a large collective of players when one wrong move can not only lead to your demise and the loss of import items, experience, position/territory but it usually means the demise of your team mates also, and we all know how we hate to be the person who fingers can be pointed on that it was your fault. With most online games of this generation communication is of the utmost importance and that is where programs/software like "Ventrilo" come in handy sometimes it is not just a matter of relaying information it is a m...
MacBook Air and FLASH-based Hard Drives: The Quest for Instant On
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MacBook Air and FLASH-based Hard Drives: The Quest for Instant On

History is always a good thing to sequester when dealing with electronic gadgets, and Apple Inc. is no exception. They always deliver the goods, be it a new device, the Apple iPad, the Apple iPhone 4, refreshed Apple iPod Nano, Apple iPod Touch, Apple iPod Shuffle, and the Apple iTV all deserving of their own special blog articles - as soon as they become newsworthy, as all the Tech News uproar is STILL Tablet- centric, Silicon Valley still smarting from its sudden appearance out of nowhere, tackled, like American football, to the ground straight out of left field. But the spotlight is still on the recent “one more thing” event hosted by Apple CEO Steve Jobs, in which invitations were sent out, shaped like an Apple Logo being cut out of paper, turnstile 3D oriented and an image of a L...