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In terms of technological highlights and the breakthrough of gadgets and applications, 2009 is probably the most packed year in a long time.
This is the year when smartphones took off with the application market becoming worth over a $1 billion, everyone and his dog began to ‘tweet’, Microsoft didn’t drop the ball with Windows 7, Spotify changed how we listen to music, and real-time search became the new goal for software giants the world round.
Read more here:http://www.ngonlinenews.com/news/online-tech-that-made-2009/
Clive Thompson has a write up of the rise and fall of 3D Realms the makers of Duke Nukem 3D. It is interesting how so much money and time was wasted on a very highly anticipated game title. To learn more details just read the following: http://www.wired.com/magazine/2009/12/fail_duke_nukem/all/1
Peter Sciretta pretty much rips apart the whole Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. There are 7 10 minute videos compiled onto one page: http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/12/17/watch-this-70-minute-video-review-of-star-wars-the-phantom-menace/
He does a good job about point out plot holes and some confusion as to what the “main characters” are doing.
Here are the top 50 free software programs for windows. I use or have used pretty much all of these on the list at some point in time. The best PDF reader is foxit software’s foxit reader. So much faster then adobe and other pdf readers. http://research.globalthoughtz.com/index.php/top-50-free-software-for-windows/
It was a fear fest of epic proportions. Magazine headlines predicted that the end of the world would shortly befall us. They told harrowing tales of feral computer systems going awry the minute the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2000–planes would fall from the sky, power grids would fail, the global economy would crash, nuclear power plants would go into meltdown mode, lines of communication would be cut, and the contents of bank accounts would vanish.
WD (Western Digital) is starting to use a new hard disk drive format that enables 7-11% greater capacity on hard disk drives. The disk expansion technique is known as Advanced Format. This technique takes advantage of changes in the industry in drive sector sizes and consolidates overhead information to free up additional space for data storage. As a result of Advanced Format, a 1TB drive could potentially gain more than 100GB in capacity. Other drive manufacturers are also adopting Advanced Format to squeeze more capacity out of existing hard drive technology.
The Powermat Home and Office mat is a slim, sleek charging mat for home or office. What’s a charging mat, you ask? Good question. Powermat’s Wireless Charging System offers a clean, simple way to keep all those personal electronic devices charged, without a mess of cables. With the Powermat system, you choose a mat and then choose the receivers to match the devices you want to charge. Each mat includes a Universal Powercube receiver that allows you to charge hundreds of devices. You can also purchase receivers custom designed to fit on your devices, so you never need to remove them to use your device.
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* Four charging positions–three wireless, and one wired USB connector for charging a fourth device
* Individual tone and light controls; auto power-off for each device when charging is complete
* Includes Universal Powercube with 8 interchangeable tips (Mini and Micro USB, Apple, Samsung, LG, Nintendo DS Lite and DSi, and Sony PSP)
* Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 2.5 x 6 inches
* Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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* ASIN: B002JCSAWW
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