Sunday, August 28, 2005
Do you dowload movies and watch them on your PC and laptop and wished that you had the following: - Enough space on your hard disk to save them on. - A way to play them on your big screen TV without having to burn them on DVD or VCD. If yes, then this is for you. It is a external HDD with the capability to play movies, store and view pictures, and play music on your home entertainmet system. Best of all, you can connect it to your PC via USB2 or an RJ-45 cable.
Thursday, August 25, 2005
If you love indian movies then this one takes the cake! It is called "Pandey: The Rising". It is not out in Australia yet but it is out in the U.K and India :) Read the news about it: BBC article. or click below for the official site.
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
See a British kid show off his soccer skills, including taking his shirt off while balancing the ball on his back! Make sure that you click the "showdown" link on the left after you watch the clip. You will see many more guys performing amazing things with their balls ;) (Thanks Shake!)
Tuesday, August 16, 2005
When comparing google and yahoo index sizes, it was concluded that google gives 170% more results than yahoo. What does that mean to you? Well, I guess that yahoo will get you much less results, so stick with googling for now!
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
This is a very interesting article I have read in CNN. You can read the whole article if you want, but I have taken the following paragraphs since I found them interesting and funny! Experts do agree that the likelihood of getting caught and prosecuted for stealing a wireless connection probably depends on how often you do it and how you're using it. "The damages are really the big issue," said Hale. "Are you just poking around, checking your e-mail, or are you doing it on a regular basis and affecting this person's bandwidth?" There is also the possibility that someone could have set up the unsecured connection as a trap. Experts say it's possible for the network subscriber to gain at least partial access to your computer, read your e-mails and see the pages you visit if you are using their connection. Any personal information you send online could then be compromised.
Posted by فهد المحمود at 8/09/2005 10:17:00 pm
I guess Game Over! A 28-year-old South Korean man who played computer games for 50 hours almost non-stop died of heart failure minutes after finishing his mammoth session in an Internet cafe. "Lee" had recently quit his job to spend more time playing games. After he failed to return home, Lee's mother asked his former colleagues to find him. When they reached the cafe, Lee said he would finish the game and then go home. He died a few minutes later.
Posted by فهد المحمود at 8/09/2005 10:15:00 pm