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Two years ago we shared a wonderful collection of big cats wallpapers with you and today we are back with more cattitude goodness for you. Fill your desktop with these sleek and graceful friends from the animal kingdom with the second in our series of Big Cats Wallpaper collections.

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VirtualBox’s experimental 3D acceleration allows you to use Windows 7’s Aero interface in a virtual machine. You can also run older 3D games in a virtual machine – newer ones probably won’t run very well.

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This fun video takes a peek at what your favorite SNES characters get up to when left on their own after you forget to hit the pause button!

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This week Intel debuted prototype palm-reading tech that could serve as a replacement for our current password system. Our question for you today is do you think this is the right direction to go for better security or do you feel this is a mistake?

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Inside those cheap laser pointers you see in the grocery store checkout line there’s a handy little plastic lens that, when slapped on your phone’s camera, makes it easy to take macro photographs.

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Earlier this week we asked you if you used a second screen while watching television or movies–such as a smartphone or tablet. Now we’re back to highlight how HTG readers are engaging (or disengaging) with their mobile devices.

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If you’d like to enjoy 3D movies with passive polarized glasses for less than $50,000 (the average price of a passive 3D projector), this DIY setup brings the price down to a more accessible level.

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Did you ever wonder what life is like for the Invaders? Take a journey through time with this particular Invader as he grows from a child into adulthood and decides to join the war.

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You may have built a simple marble raceway out of construction toys like LEGO or K’Nex at some point in your life. No matter how grand a raceway it was, we can assure you it had nothing on this 40,000 piece room-sized monster.

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In this week’s game your mission is to destroy all the mummies waiting for you in this long forgotten temple. All that you have is a limited amount of explosives and your strategic skills to win the day! Can you get the job done?

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Do you want to save time when installing Windows 7? You can create a customized installation disc and have it perform an installation without asking you questions, integrate updates and drivers, tweak Windows, and remove Windows components.

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Once a week we round up some of the great reader tips that come our way and share them with everyone. Today we’re looking at using the Kindle as a screen for the Raspberry Pi, custom iPod control modules, and an easy way to play the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.

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Focus, focus, focus!

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Are you looking for a good free replacement for Microsoft Office, but LibreOffice and OpenOffice are not working out well for you? Then you will definitely want to have a look at Kingsoft Office Suite Free 2012, which you can...

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What if the tale of the Mario Bros. and their exploits was told in the form of an action flick? Mario Warfare explores the gritty side of the battle for the Mushroom Kingdom.

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It was only a matter of time before someone chained together dozens of Raspberry Pi boards into a serviceable super computer; read on to see how a team of Southampton scientists built a 64-core machine using them.

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