Tit 4 Tat :)
Tit 4 Tat :)
Bet it won't be as cheap as netflix for very long.
Good Luck finding an intelligent wife, Tommy boy.
Plane passengers asked to chip in for airplane's fuel bill at Damascus Airport after being diverted.
Super affordable quad core computer from Korean company along tbe lines of the Raspberry Pi
Good example of surreal art by a teenager from Europe. Really like his work!
Exceptional book carvings, the detail is amazing!
Happen to agree with most of the opinions expressed in this article. I don't like KLOUT. Better options are KRED and/or PeerIndex
Could you survive a collision with an object 40x your weight?! Well Mosquitoes apparently can.
Become a vim power user
For Linux users; command line password recovery tool. Considered one of the best to recover passwords on your own files.
Sad that he's even being considered for release. He should stay in a prision hosptial for the rest of his life IMHO.
An Indie Musician she found that Google Hangouts was the perfect feature for her to add to her audience and find a great video producer. Her New Year's performance was spectacular.
Extensive review not only of Gnome-Shell but Fedora 16
Story how hackers love to use Linkedin for intelligence gathering.
Not a true red head
Mobile smartphone apps represent a powerful technology that will only become more important in the years to come. But the unique advantages of the smartphone as a platform—a device that's always on and connected, with access to real world information like user location or camera and microphone input—also raise privacy challenges. And given the sensitivity of the data that many consumers store on their phones, the stakes are even higher for manufacturers, carriers, app developers, and mobile ad networks to respect user privacy in order to earn and retain the ever-important trust of the public.
The editorial/news staff at the network are up in arms about the fairness of their Syria coverage; as emails show after the network was hacked by alleged Syrian government hackers.
The first surgical robot that uses Linux Open Source Software, and a unit that offers more flexibility and is cheaper then robotics now in use. These Raven's have been delivered recently to hospitals in the U.S.
In 1960, he and his crewmate became the only two people ever to descend to the ocean’s deepest point