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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Borg Satellites of DARPA: The Phoenix Program

Borg Satellites of DARPA: The Phoenix Program

Satellites envelop our world like a web, another kind of world wide web. Proving to be indispensable for communications, scientific exploration and avoiding getting lost when shopping, they have become our eyes and ears in the sky, an essential part of everyday life. DARPA, America’s greatest research and development organizations has turned it’s attention to…Continue Reading…

Roland DG: iModela, The Desktop 3D Printing Factory

Roland DG: iModela, The Desktop 3D Printing Factory

The world is shrinking, cities seem much closer together when you travel at near to the speed of sound, computers that once filled entire buildings now fit in your pocket and what once required factories full of machines can be done by the iM-01 iModela, the desktop 3D printing factory. Roland has managed to squeeze…Continue Reading…

Jonas Pfeil’s Spherical Panoramic Camera Ball

Jonas Pfeil’s Spherical Panoramic Camera Ball

As a species. creativity has to be one of our greatest strengths, granted some ideas and inventions can come across a little whacky and strange, but with perseverance they often blossom into excellent gadgets. One such idea is the Spherical Panoramic Camera Ball, created by Jonas Pfeil. The ball is tossed into the air where…Continue Reading…

Corsair 8GB Vengeance: 32GB Is Never Enough!

Corsair 8GB Vengeance: 32GB Is Never Enough!

Technology advances in many directions, memory for example increases in both speed and capacity. Corsair, the manufacturer of high performance computer parts and gaming goodness have upped the ante one more time. Throwing down the gauntlet to fellow memory manufacturers with the release of their high-speed 8GB Vengeance DDR3 RAM. Worlds may well be colliding…Continue Reading…

FLASH900 GAME REVIEW: Battlefield 3 – Open Beta

FLASH900 GAME REVIEW: Battlefield 3 – Open Beta

The Release of Battlefield 3 is Upon Us, Yes Jets + Prone Are Back! Battlefield 3 is just around the corner, and for those of us who await the next new title – with drooling anticipation – this latest instalment promises to be explosive military fun. Jets are back and a full range of vehicles,…Continue Reading…

AMD FX-8150, The Battle Continues

AMD FX-8150, The Battle Continues

Consensus suggests that the release of AMD’s much anticipated Bulldozer CPU was a little underwhelming. Performance improvements were a mixed bag with gains in some areas and only just staying on par with older AMD CPU’s in other areas. While AMD’s older Athlon and Phenom processors were due for an overhaul, AMD still took the…Continue Reading…

GAME: Dead Island Review

GAME: Dead Island Review

The game is centered on the challenge of survival on a zombie-infested island. Dead Island was released on September 6, 2011 in North America and September 9, 2011 for PAL regions. Dead Island features Open World roaming, played in the First Person perspective. The focus is on melee combat, incorporating customizable weaponry, vehicle customization, combat,…Continue Reading…

UAV Predator Virus: When Drones Go Rogue

UAV Predator Virus: When Drones Go Rogue

The world of espionage is full of twists and turns, plays and counter plays. In the latest twist, it was recently discovered that America’s most powerful surveillance tech gadgets, the Predator and Reaper UAVs – Unmanned Aerial Vehicles – have been infected by a keylogger virus. Discovered by the military’s Host-Based Security System the virus…Continue Reading…

World’s Largest Terrestrial Radio Telescope, ALMA Opens It’s Eyes

World’s Largest Terrestrial Radio Telescope, ALMA Opens It’s Eyes

The human senses are a marvel of natural design but they are limited by their physical qualities. Perfectly adapted to life on the surface of the planet Earth, not so great if you want to listen to faint stars on the other side of the universe. Luckily enough one of humanities greatest survival techniques is…Continue Reading…