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There seems to be something of an arms race afoot among hardcore LEGO enthusiasts, but given the awesome fruits of their labor we’re not about to attempt an intervention. This amazing diorama, complete with functioning ...

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We have all been in that awkward situation where you sit down in a meeting room only to have your Windows laptop play the Startup sound. Here’s how to disable it or even enable it if you so choose.

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Windows uses a page file to store data that can’t be held by your computer’s random-access memory when it fills up. While you can tweak the page file settings, Windows can manage the page file fine on its own.

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For many readers, the weather is getting chillier and that means more time indoors. What better time to take a look at the best co-op games around? Jump in and put in a nod for your favorite game and setup.

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Internet Explorer 9 does well as a browser, but what if things did not run as smoothly as one liked? That is where this humorous parody video of the official Internet Explorer 9 commercial steps in…

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Are you ready for a new version of Angry Birds? Then rejoice, you are less than a month away from an awesome new release of everyone’s favorite bird-slinging, pig smashing game! Prepare for a journey to a galaxy far, far away…

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Density columns, layers of varying density liquid in a glass cylinder, are nothing new in the world of science demonstrations, but this nine layer one with seven floating objects is something to see.

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The man who powered on the first LED half a century ago is still around to talk about it; read on to watch an interview with LED inventor Nick Holonyak.

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Reasonable Price [Manu Cornet – Bonkers World Blog]

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Much like you can map out volcanic eruptions to create a neat pattern around the Pacific Ring of Fire, you can also map out hurricanes and tropical storms. Check out this high-resolution visualization to see the pattern forme...

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Like all sufficiently advanced technologies, Wi-Fi can feel like magic. But Wi-Fi isn’t magic – it’s radio waves. A variety of things can interfere with these radio waves, making your wireless connection weaker and more unreliable.

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Geeks the world over know their local host as 127.0.0.1, but why is that specific address, of all available addresses, reserved for the local host? Read on to delve into the history of local hosts.

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Really makes you feel nostalgic, eh?

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Welcome to Mars where humanity has just discovered the Prothean Ruins and Element Zero, but danger abounds as the Red Sand terrorist group seeks to claim Mars for themselves! If you love the Mass Effect game series, then you ...

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If you’re a fan of all things Legend of Zelda, this high-resolution wallpaper showcases all the swords from every Legend of Zelda game.

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Given how often our smart phones and tablets spend plugged in and topping off their battery reserves, it’s easy to assume they’re sucking down a lot of power. Analysis shows the lilliputian but powerful devices ar...

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