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  • Western Digital Black2 Dual Drive Tested -  PC Perspective has one of those new Western Digital Black2 dual drives that combines a 120GB SSD and a 1TB HDD in a 2.5" package on the test bench.
  • OCZ files for bankruptcy - One of the biggest suppliers of solid state drives has announced it has filed for bankruptcy after months of financial problems. San Jose, California-based OCZ Technology revealed its plans on Wednesday, along with a buyout offer from Toshiba. The specific financial terms of the offer were not disclosed. If the deal does not go through, OCZ says it plans to liquidate its assets. Even if the deal with Toshiba goes through, there's no guarantee that the current warranties on current OCZ products will be honored.
  • Kobo Arc 10 HD video walkthrough - Despite not being the first name you'd think of when considering an Android tablet, Kobo impressed with its first Arc tablet 12 months ago. And now, Kobo is back, and stepping up to the 10-inch mark with this, the Arc 10 HD. As with the previous generation Arc, the Arc 10 HD is still a reading focused tablet. Kobo is after all an e-reading company, and so it's sticking firmly with what it knows. On the top there's the latest version of Kobo's custom UI, but as before underneath is a pretty much untouched Android 4.2.2 experience with some pre-loaded apps and a few minor tweaks.
  • Samsung Debuts Grand 2 Mid-Range Phablet - Samsung today announced the Grand 2, a large-screened Android smartphone with middle-of-the-market specs. The Grand 2 has a 5.25-inch 720p HD LCD display, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, and 1.5GB of RAM. Other hardware features include an 8-megapixel camera with flash and a 1.9-megapixel user-facing camera; Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth 4.0; a 2,600mAh battery; support for microSD cards up to 64GB; and support for HSPA+ networks. The Grand 2 runs Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with Samsung's TouchWiz user interface and apps such as ChatOn, Samsung Hub, S Health, Group Play, S Travel, S Translator, Samsung Link, and Story Album. The Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 will be offered in white, and black, and pink in select markets. Samsung did not announce specific plans to bring the Grand 2 to the U.S.
  • Microsoft slams Google and its Chromebook in new video - Microsoft has released a new video for its Scroogled campaign and it's clear, the gloves are off when it comes to bashing Google. In the clip, posted above, Microsoft has recruited a few of the cast members from Pawn Stars to talk about the Chromebook. The clip is nothing short of throwing mud directly at Google as Rick, the lead character in Pawn Stars, refuses to buy a Chromebook off of a potential customer because it is not a real laptop. Rick says that because the Chromebook applications are web based, when you are not connected to the web, it's basically a brick. Further, Rick says that by having the Chromebook logo, it's not real laptop because it doesn't come with Office or Windows. Microsoft doesn't stop there; they say that when you are connected to the web, the Chromebook will track what you do online to put ads in front of your face.
  • YouTube Shoots Google In Foot - YouTube pre-roll ads are driving users to install adblocking software, which in turn is having devastating effects on independent publishers. Google, who last year earned 97% of their revenue from online advertising (over $32 billion) has a product that drives people to block ads. Crazy, right? While Google may be able to reduce the impact of adblocking, many smaller publishers shut down or set up premium subscriptions to make up for lost ad revenue. But according to AdBlock users, traditional advertising is not the problem- it's intrusive advertising that they can't stand. More-so, they're fed up with pre-roll YouTube ads, especially when the video they're trying to watch isn't much longer than the ad itself.
  • Journey through Middle-earth, a Chrome Experiment - Take a journey through Middle-earth in the latest Chrome Experiment.
  • Bomb Bird stars in Angry Birds update - Short Fuse - Rovio has updated the first Angry Birds game with a new set of #ShortFuse levels, plus an upgraded ability for the black bomb bird. First, the update contains 30 new levels "of explosive fun" where you can "enter the lab now to pop those pesky piggy scientists." The second tidbit is that the bomb bird now has a new shock wave power. Instead of just the simple explosion that already made that bird so great, he'll now be able to create "a powerful circle of electricity" before he "unleashes an almighty blast." I'm not sure if this is really enough to captivate me again, but until we get that Mario Kart clone from Rovio, I guess this will have to do. Get Angry Birds for iPhone for 99 cents if you haven't already done so or get the HD version for iPad for $2.99.
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  • Jolla Smartphone Powered by Sailfish OS, Supports Android Apps - Some former Nokia engineers have gone off on their own to create the Sailfish OS and now the first Jolla Smartphone has launched. For the time being, it's only available to buy in Finland and they're limiting production to about 450 units as of today. This first batch is reserved for people who already preordered the Jolla Smartphone through wireless carrier DNA of Finland, so if you're not already on the list, you'll have to wait for the next batch. What makes Sailfish OS a little extra special is that it is its own operating system with its own apps, but it also supports Android apps too. As far as hardware goes, you can expect a 4.5-inch qHD IPS display, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 16GB storage, 1GB RAM, microSD expansion, and LTE support, all for an MSRP of 399 Euro. Jolla is currently in talks to expand distribution through UK mobile providers, as well as in other European countries.
  • Get the Samsung Galaxy S4 for Free on Contract - If you hop on over to Best Buy, you'll find that they have a doorbuster deal on the Samsung smartphone, giving you the chance to buy it for exactly zero dollars and zero cents. This deal, which is being offered both online and in brick-and-mortar stores, is applicable to a broad range of carriers too. Whether you're rocking Verizon, Sprint, or AT&T, you'll have the chance to get the Galaxy S4 for free on a two-year contract. This is valid both for new activations and for contract renewals. So, the contract is the first catch. The second catch is that you're still on the hook for the activation fee, which is about $35. Given that the regular contract price for the 16GB SGS4 is still $250, you're still getting a pretty great deal on a pretty great phone. The unlocked version sells for $799.99, by comparison. The free Galaxy S4 deal starts today and runs through to Saturday.
  • Coolpad Flo Hits T-Mobile's GoSmart Prepaid Network - GoSmart Mobile today announced the Coolpad Flo, an inexpensive Android smartphone that is available without signing an annual contract. The Coolpad Flo's features will probably fail to impress, but it is, at least, on par with other low-end smartphones in its range. It is powered by an unnamed 1 GHz dual-core processor with an unknown amount of RAM, though we wouldn't be shocked if it was a low 512 MB. Internal storage is capped at 4 GB but can be expanded with a microSD card. It has a 4.5-inch display, though don't expect too much quality, as the resolution is a rather low 854×480 pixels. It runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, which is a rather old version by now. Given the specs, though, it seems like a good test case for Android 4.4 compatibility with low-powered devices. It sports a 5 megapixel camera on the rear and a 0.3 one in front for video calls. But given that the device only supports 3G networks and a rather limited subscription option, that might not happen often. One good thing about the Coolpad Flo is its price point. the smartphone will be heading for T-Mobile's shelves under the carrier's GoSmart prepaid plans for $99, plus taxes and fees. However, given the relatively unknown brand and potentially more interesting options in the same price range, it wouldn't be surprising if customers skip over this one.
  • Robot Girl docking station 2 with Bluetooth speaker - The dock features LEDs that change color and the statues head nods to the beat of the music. The Bluetooth Speakers are well concealed within the fiber glass body. A part of the statues thigh opens up, not unlike Robocop's gun holster (now there's an idea), that gives you access to the actual dock for your device. The video below should give you an idea of just how ridiculously outrageous (not necessarily in a bad way) this dock really is and at a price of $6,500, it becomes even more so. I'm not saying it's not innovative, and it certainly is quite elaborate but at the end of the day it is just an iPhone/iPod dock.
  • Kinetic Light Newton's Cradle from ThinkGeek - The Kinetic Light Newton's Cradle by ThinkGeek is an illuminated LED version of the classic Newton's cradle "ball clicker" device. The illuminated edition's LEDs feature three light modes including flash, fade, and color cycle.
  • Xbox One: 50 cal vs Det Cord Drag Race  - check it out
  • Man kicked out of Walmart for filming this chaos - America has bred the perfect consumer!
  • How to chop wood without messing around - I don't know if the axe he's using is all that special, but he sure makes efficient (German) use of it. On balance it's probably the elastic band that is key here.
  • Father of the Year - Boy on bike crashes into tree! - It's happened to the best of us. Hope the little guy wasn't hurt too badly.
  • Motorcycle drives 300km/h on Autobahn, gets passed by Audi RS6 - What is it about Germans that makes them want to kill themselves? ;-)
  • Super Hottie Deborah Mace Pics - French model, business student :P
  • Lucy Pinder Lingerie Goodness - One of the original, and still the best, busty Brits of all-time Lucy Pinder is back with another ridiculously busty photoshoot for the latest issue of Nuts!
  • Lady Gaga naked 4 Jeff Koons - How refreshing to see a pop star getting naked to gain some much needed PR. Do you like her or not?
  • Nude Photos Of Justin Bieber's Brazilian Bang Buddy - NSFW Tati Neves is her name and recently she posted a video of Justin Bieber sleeping off a heavy night in her bedroom. Turns out they had sex and it turns out Tati Neves is a bit of a tart. Here you'll find some pics of her posing naked and in the flesh for Private magazine.
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  • Hottest Babes on the Internet #7 - Which one is hottest? ;-)

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Csimbi(06:37 PM CET - Nov,29 2013 )
Motorcycle drives 300km/h on Autobahn, gets passed by Audi RS6 - What is it about Germans that makes them want to kill themselves? ;-)

There's no speed limit in Germany on the highways.

Lady Gaga naked 4 Jeff Koons

That woman has no beauty on her - and it's not her age.

BTW: I saw a 4TB HDD deal on NewEgg for 159CAD - a decent and attractive price. They advertise it as a "NAS" drive. Guess what: limit: 1/customer. How do you build a NAS if you can buy only 1??? Any sane person knows that for a NAS, you need at least 5 drives (if not 9 or 17).

Tom(09:06 PM CET - Dec,01 2013 )
Csimbi> quote:
Motorcycle drives 300km/h on Autobahn, gets passed by Audi RS6 - What is it about Germans that makes them want to kill themselves? ;-)

There's no speed limit in Germany on the highways.

Lady Gaga naked 4 Jeff Koons

That woman has no beauty on her - and it's not her age.

BTW: I saw a 4TB HDD deal on NewEgg for 159CAD - a decent and attractive price. They advertise it as a "NAS" drive. Guess what: limit: 1/customer. How do you build a NAS if you can buy only 1??? Any sane person knows that for a NAS, you need at least 5 drives (if not 9 or 17).

I use a Linux box that serves my network storage and media. NAS is just prettier. But FreeNAS I believe only need 2 HD minimum.

Csimbi(07:28 PM CET - Dec,02 2013 )
That is, if you use RAID 0 or RAID 1 - which means you care about speed only and you don't care about data loss.
If you care about data loss, you go with RAID 5. RAID 5 requires at least 3 drives + 1 if you use a hot spare, which might be a good idea.
If you can't allow any data loss, you go with RAID 6. RAID 6 requires at least 4 drives+ 1 if you use a hot spare, which is not really needed.

Over the years, I have accumulated tons of family photos and HD videos and there's more to come. For family stuff, data loss is out of the question as these cannot be replaced - hence I have RAID 6. I'd need to buy 8 identical drives to do an upgrade. That's 7 drives short of the NewEgg offer.

SABOT's(12:29 PM CET - Dec,06 2013 )
The hottest babe #25 is certainly 'steamy'


Csimbi(10:08 PM CET - Dec,06 2013 )
Hmmm. Is this one of those "Where's Waldo" pictures?

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