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AMD Phenom II Overclocked to 6.89Ghz with Liquid Nitrogen!

LMAO, it looks like people at AMD have invited the best overclockers in the world to test out the AMD Phenom II CPU limits with liquid nitrogen, they did reach a maximum of 6.89Ghz, what a FEAT!

Located in the heart of Texas, the city of Austin is known for many things. Nicknamed Silicon Hills, the state capital accommodates an army of tech companies including the one and only Advanced Micro Devices, better known as AMD. From May 20th to the 22nd, AMD brought in some of th

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Grenade Watch for Army Geeks!

The grenade watch isn’t for everyone, it’s really for those people who need to feel godly-powerful without actually carrying a real bomb in their hands.  To tell you the truth, I’d probably laugh my ass off if I saw anyone wear this.

If you still want one, we won’t stop you, you can go here to order one at $125.

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Nintendo Wii HACK – Wiimote to MIDI!

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Check out this cool wii hack that allows you to use wii controller as a Midi controller!

This is very similar to the Wii guitar but you could probably do more with midi.

Thanks crustea for the tip!

In addition to the traditional buttons, force feedback and the integrated mini-speaker, the true innovation is the presenc

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iRobot Sentinel Technology: Control Multiple Robots From a Single Table PC

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Cool, looks like wireless mesh technology is coming to robots…

The folks at iRobot stopped developing Jetsons-inspired robot vacuum cleaners for a second to crank out the Sentinel, a technology that allows users to control several different robots simultaneously from a Tablet PC. The technology is being aimed at our fighting men and first responders so they can more safely and efficiently haul ass. The Army threw iRobo

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