If you’re a torrent file sharer, you’ve been hit with a low blow as The Pirate Bay will ceast to exist as a free file sharing site but will rather have a new business model making the content on the site legit.
Global Gaming Factory X, the company in negotiations to buy The Pirate Bay is a Swedish gaming company. The acquisition will be for $7.8 million and will offer shares to investors. More »
If there wasn’t another reason for girls to go crazy over Twilight, now they’ll be sporting Twilight themed USB flash drives.
Yesterday we showed you the Star War USB 2 GB Flash Drives, today the folks at Entertainment Earth bring you the Twilight 2 GB Flash Drive. If you want a girl to fall head over heels for you and scream at the top of her lungs, give her one of these as a present.
Let’s add the Playstation PSP to the list of Chinese clones. The Venus JXD300 is the copied clone and despite its PSP look, it can only play Nintendo Gameboy Advance and NES games.
It is also capable of playing other media formats as RMVB, RM, AVI, MPG, FLV and even Video-CD (VCD) files. Just think if these guys were in the Western countries, this will never fly but if these clones sell in other countries, then why not continue to make them right?
Palm Pre Finds Fan Off The Grid - Engadget
Great Wall of Facebook: Google Vs. Facebook - Wired
Blackberry Saves Man From Falling 700 Feet & Dying - Gizmodo
12 Ways Technology Threatens Your Privacy - Switched
Creepy Facebook Connected Penguin Robot - CrunchGear
Cost of Two Year Smartphones Examined - Boygenius
Steve Jobs Returns to Apple But Do They Still Need Him? - Ziggytek
Every Money starting today we’ll run a poll about some of the talked about topics in the gadget world.
Here’s our inaugural poll. (Leave a comment to explain your answer):
A. Yes, he’s the face of the company.
B. No, they’re fine without him.
C. Who the heck is Steve Jobs?
It’s finally official, Steve Job, the Apple CEO is finally back on the job after receiving a kidney transplant in a Memphis hospital two months ago.
Apple released a statement with the announcement that Jobs is officially back at work:
“Steve Jobs is back to work. He is at Apple a few days a week and working from home the other days,” Apple spokesman Steve Dowling said. “We’re glad to have him back.” More »