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The News: Tuesday, June 4 Edition


Last night was one of those shows that reminds me why I do what I do for a living. Because no matter how jaded you are, no matter how commonplace seeing celebrities and musicians is, when one of the greats whose music you’ve loved your entire life stops to chat, …

Zynga Lays Off 520 Employees to Save $70 Million


Being laid off is nothing to take lightly and mass layoffs are nothing short of tragic. Social game developer Zynga announced today that they will be laying off 520 employees, which affects 18 percent of their workforce around the world. They’ll be closing offices in Los Angeles, New York, and …

GIGABYTE Unveils Line of Laptops at Computex 2013

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Computex 2013 is in full swing in Taipei, Taiwan, and GIGABYTE Technology had an assortment of mobile products to show off – gaming laptops, business laptops, touchscreen laptops, tablets, and a hybrid tablet/laptop.

The Ultrablade Gaming Laptops pack a punch in a slim design. The 15.6-inch P35K is powered by …

New Camera Sensor to Excel in Low Light


A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has created a new imaging sensor which is highly sensitive to both visible and infrared light. This means that not only could your favourite DSLR be getting an upgrade, but satellite and surveillance cameras as well.

The new sensor …

Seagate Releases Their Thinnest HDD Yet


Seagate is proving that the smaller your hard drive is, the bigger splash it makes, as industry giants like Dell and Lenovo are excited to get their hands on Seagate’s latest – the Seagate Laptop Ultrathin HDD. At 5mm thin and 3.3 ounces, it’s the company’s thinnest hard disk drive …

The News: Monday, June 3 Edition


Work this week is turning out to be a bonus for me all the way around…I love when that happens! Today I’m working the first concert of the summer at the fabulous outdoor venue in a local botanical gardens and sculpture park, and since I get to be a department …

The News: Sunday, June 2 Edition


This morning while halfway through my first cup of coffee I was treated to a math quiz from the breakfast table where the kids were sitting. I chose not to participate, as math is something of a challenge for me in general, and it was simply not going to happen …

MEGATech Showcase: Can There Be Too Much LEGO?


I know, I know…that’s pretty much blasphemy. There is no such thing as too much LEGO! But I’ve been cruising around the internet for apparently longer than I thought, bookmarking various LEGO creations as I run across them, and just now I looked in the folder. There is an ungodly …