Posts Tagged ‘computer’

Finally, I had some time to sit down and watch the documentary: Objectified, directed and produced by Gary Hustwit. Brilliant film about the design of objects, what the relationship is between it and the user. It does discuss a lot of things about what is good design. Jony Ives is featured for a bit in […]


I have no idea how a Burger King Whopper ties in to Microsoft’s Windows 7 launch, but who cares? In Japan, they are going all out promoting the hell out of Windows 7, and why shouldn’t they? Count that. The Windows 7 Whopper has SEVEN beef patties. This thing is 1.74 lbs of Whopper. It […]


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Hulu, the ever popular website for watching your favorite TV shows for free is about to get a whole lot less free. It is expected that starting in 2010, the ad-based video website will start charging for content. News Corp. Deputy Chairman Chase Carey had this to say about Hulu: It’s time to start getting […]


Engadget is reporting that they have received tips that reveal the hotly discussed Dell Adamo XPS will have a 1.4 and 1.9 Ghz processor, integrated X4500MHD graphics and 4GB of DDR3 RAM. The 13.4″ screen is WXGA  and storage will come in at 128 or 180 GB Solid State Disk (SSD). Battery life is rumored […]


Microsoft picked a strange day to launch Windows 7 didn’t they? Weather in NYC? Abso-frickingly warm and pleasant. Thursday launch day? Sure why not. For those not in the know, Windows 7 is Microsoft’s newest OS and everyone is going bonkers about it. I’ve yet to try it running natively on my MacBook via Bootcamp. […]


No Intel Atom processor variation here my friends. Dell’s Adamo XPS’s face has been revealed, just as expected. A Dell representative states that the Adamo XPS will have a CULV processor inside. CULV is short for Consumer Ultra-Low Voltage. Battery life is expected to be moderately long. The battery is also said to be user-serviceable. […]