Mona Lisa in 80 milliseconds

In a presentation for Nvidias NVISION the mythbusters compared a CPU vs a GPU to explain parallel processing and the GPU drew an ACTUAL mona lisa drawing using paint balls in 80 milliseconds! Cool is...

Introducing Ubiquity 0.1

Ubiquity is an experimental Firefox extension that gives you a powerful new way to interact with the Web.Instead of telling telling Firefox where you want to go by typing Web addresses into the URL b...

Wireless Power from Intel

The industry giant Intel can more than just create micro processors (CPU’s). Yesterday, at the California firm’s annual developers forum in San Francisco, Intel’s chief technology o...

Why the SPAM problem continues

What do sex, drugs and software have in common? They are the top three things purchased off spam email. Have you ever thought about why you receive so much spam every day (for me it averages between ...

phpMyAdmin 3 is out

I’m sure some of you have noticed already but for the rest of you (us) I’d like to announce that the number one database management tool has finally reached version 3. To see what’s...

Engineering Windows 7 Blog

The Engineering Windows 7 blog, or E7 for short, is hosted by the two senior engineering managers for the Windows 7 product, Jon DeVaan and Steven Sinofsky. Jon and Steven, along with members of the ...

Funny commercials – again

This one from Norway is one of my latest “discoveries”… Instead of me rambling on, please feel free to add your latest “discovery” in the comments below. I’ll incl...

Thoughts on Google Street View

There’s been a lot of talk about Google Street View lately and Google has received complaints from several countries for various reasons (USA, Australia, France, Italy, Australia and Thailand)....

The DNS Patch is Hacked

A (bored) Russian physicist has successfully hacked an emergency patch designed to fix a recently discovered DNS vulnerability. Evgeniy Polyakov reportedly used two desktop computers and a high-speed...