How people view tech support. Wait…is that Moss?
Life in Tech Support: What People Think I Do
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What do you think? Is google making a Home Entertainment system?
TechCrunch | Is Google Hard At Work On New Home Entertainment System?
It was just a few days ago that news of a mysterious home-oriented Google device was being prepped for testing in the homes of 252 company employees, but the associated FCC filing left most of the spe…
Kickstarter earns Double Fine Adventure 1.6 million dollars in less than 12 hours.
Double Fine Adventure
An adventure game from Tim Schafer, Double Fine, and YOU!
Anonymous attacks the CIA website. Wait…what for?
CIA website down, Anonymous says it’s responsible
Anonymous bullhorn @YourAnonNews is claiming that the hacktivist group has taken down the Central Intelligence Agency's website.
"CIA TANGO DOWN: https://www.cia.gov/ #Anonymous," a person be…
Dogs underwater are hilarious!…yet scary.
Hilariously Ferocious Underwater Dogs | Colossal
Photographer Seth Casteel (website seems to be going up and down, so here's Facebook as well) captured these wonderful photographs of dogs underwater, doing what dogs do best: playing, fetching, a…
Windows on ARM won't support legacy apps. Microsoft, you're not helping us like Windows 8.
Windows on ARM Will Support Desktop Mode, But Won't Emulate Legacy Apps
Ever since Microsoft decided Windows 8 will support ARM-based CPUs, many wondered if that meant the traditional desktop experience would be supported as well.
What Facebook was like in the 1800's
The 19th Century Version of Facebook
Looks like Mr. Zuckerberg has some explaining to do—he clearly stole the entire idea for Facebook from this 19th century girl's "friend urn"—or, if you will, Vasebook.
The eBay seller says the vase is…
Nice portable music player, dude.
Things to look forward to in Chrome 17
Chrome 17 Offers Pre-Rendered Web Pages, Malware Protection [News]
Chrome 17 has just been released, offering pre-rendered web pages and malware protection. If you're a Google Chrome user (and haven't blocked automatic updates) you're now using version 17…