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In case you missed it, the Mozilla Foundation has released Firefox 1.0.5 from beta, and it is now available for download. Basically, this one patches a few security holes and improves browser stability.
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I can’t say I am saddened by the news, but everything is now a go for broadcasters to begin using purely digital broadcast methods. This means that analog TV will be a thing of the past in another four years. This will then allow the government to sell off the analog spectrum for an estimated 30-70 billion, and would likely be re-used for …
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Had to give you guys a quick heads up on this one. Newegg is currently selling a 1 GB 200-Pin SO-DIMM DDR 333 (PC 2700) Notebook Memory module for only $107 USD. For those not in the know, that is a great deal. I just picked one up for my PowerBook G4, which will bump it up to its max capacity …
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Good news for those of us who are serviced by Comcast for cable and high speed Internet. Beginning in July, Comcast will be upgrading subscribers speeds by a whole 2.0 Mbps at no cost. If you currently subscribe to at least Comcast Expanded Basic Cable TV service or above, the following HSI options are available to you:
6.0/384 - $42.95 - Up …
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The folks over at Control Our Junk have created a working train set which can be controlled by anyone with an Internet connection. Using a Java console, visitors can control the speed of the train. The commands are routed to the server running a .NET application, which in turn sends the command to the train set. The train is always on, and can be viewed and/or controlled …
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Check it out - this guy removed the casing a standard Nintendo Entertainment System, and put the innards into a custom-built LEGO shell. The result was a fully playable LEGO-ized retro NES. Double retro!
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