Breakin the law, Breakin the law

Moore’s Law seen extended in chip breakthrough By Scott Hillis “Intel Corp. and IBM have announced one of the biggest advances in transistors in four decades, overcoming a frustrating obstacle by ensuring microchips can get even smaller and more powerful. The breakthrough, achieved via separate research efforts and announced on Friday, involves using an exotic… Continue reading Breakin the law, Breakin the law

Who got what

What I gave My son wanted a car so I gave him a Chevy Camaro and his Birthday is almost around Christmas so I gave him a 1997 Chevey Camaro Z28 Convertible White on White with Leather seats and ground effects with a┬áspoiler. My oldest Daughter recieved Sony Playstation 3 and couple of games along… Continue reading Who got what

Socom 3

Socom 3 is no doubt the hottest online game out today for the playstation 2. With millions of copies of the game sold and hundereds of thousands of loyal online gamers to play with at anytime {except for one hour maintaince downtime early monday and thursday mornings} it becomes quickly addictive even more so after… Continue reading Socom 3

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New 360 Backwards Compatibility

Gamespot is reporting that a new update to the 360’s backwards compatibility has been issued … and just as promptly recalled. From the article: “Late last night, Microsoft updated the backwards-compatibility list with eight games from the trio of Tom Clancy-inspired series. Software emulators for Ghost Recon, Ghost Recon 2, Ghost Recon 2 Summit Strike,… Continue reading New 360 Backwards Compatibility

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