Microsoft has released a new book aimed at helping teenagers to stay safe while on the Internet. This free 266 page PDF book deals with issues such as malware, hackers, spam, cyberbullies, privacy, online predators, and more.
One of the nicest things about Linux is the variety and number of distributions available for people to use. This week we want to know which Linux system is your favorite.
Fringe [via Geeks are Sexy]
Do you love the auto-complete feature on Google’s search page? Now you can take that auto-completion power with you wherever you type on the web.
The researchers from the Biorobotics Lab at Carnegie Mellon University have created a robotic snake capable of climbing a tree and looking around.
This fun site adds the Benny Hill soundtrack to your favorite YouTube videos. All that you need to do is enter the URL for the video or you can conduct a search for videos that have already received the Benny Hill treatment.
Enjoy the best of Star Wars and LEGO as your favorite bad guys gather together for The Imperial Awards.
Here is a look at how the warp drive effect has evolved over time through the succession of Star Trek movies.
This week we learned how to pin an external drive to the Windows 7 taskbar, create an eBook or PDF from Wikipedia articles for offline reading, edit the hosts file, help computer users remotely with TeamViewer, minimize applications to the system tray in the simplest way, and more.
The original N64 and Xbox 360 Perfect Dark releases are classic first-person shooter video games and a lot of fun to play. If you loved both but have had trouble finding good desktop backgrounds then look through our Perfect Dark wallpapers collection.