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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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Planet, Starlight, Earth [The Paper Wall]

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If you thought you knew everything there was to know about the Mario franchise, prepare to be surprised by the odd and expansive trivia dug up by Did You Know Gaming.

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Internet connection problems can be frustrating. Rather than mashing F5 and desperately trying to reload your favorite website when you experience a problem, here are some ways you can troubleshoot the problem and identify the cause.

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How do you display all your vintage game consoles while keeping them in a clutter free and ready-to-play state? This wall-mounted display does a great job showing off the retro gear while keeping everything tidy.

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In a rather unlikely pairing, PopCap Games and the American Dental Association have teamed up to give away copies of PopCap’s smash hit game Plants vs. Zombies; grab a copy for yourself and print off some game coupons to hand out at Halloween.

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This Saturday, during the Ohio State-Nebraska game halftime, the Ohio State University marching band paid tribute to decades of popular video games in an impressively choreographed 10 minute show.

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Have you ever opened a webpage only to have all sorts of multimedia on the page just start playing? Firefox has a hidden feature that was designed to prevent situations just like that. Read on to find out how to enable it.

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