Not only was it a bad religion that came up with the Mayan calendar (they based it on the joints of the body, where evil was thought to enter), but the modern Bible-apocalypse-seekers that re-purposed an ancient culture as some sort of relevant significance in today’s age.
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What really IS cool is that tomorrow our Sun will align itself between the Earth and the center of the Milky Way galaxy, which has a Supermassive Black Hole (do I hear Muse in the background?).
Here’s the tech news. I’m sure we’ll be able to post some more tomorrow, too.
Sometimes people care about the tech news, and sometimes they don’t. Let’s see if I can get people to care by jamming as many key words as possible to see if people actually read this.
The 3d printing machine has the 50 best apps that produced a Blizzard at the Gaming Awards for Blu-Ray veterans of Call of Duty. The Firefox danced with Bill Gates’ GPS, which was disguised as Master Chief from Halo, but had an HTML5 bug, which caused the IBM console running Windows 8 to Skype over to Paypal.
Do you not know how to build a PC? Well there’s an article right here on how to do it. We also have reviews on a Google Nexus 7 tablet, and some new GeForce GTX 650 video cards, and a few new Cooler Master HAF XB Mid Tower cases (we should be publishing ours very soon, too). I’m also glad to see that Hauppauge has a new HD PVR 2 video capture thingy, and there’s a review here on that as well.
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Today we have a Cooler Master Storm Quickfire TK mechanical gaming keyboard (and a bunch of other Cooler Master stuff), a whole freakin’ Infiniti G37 car, some new CPU cooler reviews, and a few Networked Attached Storage devices.
We’re playing catch-up with the news today, and there certainly was a lot on the 13th. I really hate the imagery of ketchup (the sauce), as the only thing it makes taste better are fries. I cringe whenever I see a kid put some on a hot-dog, and mysteriously I never see adults do this – I guess people’s tastes change to things that are delicious instead of things that are disgusting.
What does this have to do with today’s Tech News? Well I’ll tell you…
. Forget the whole thing that the calendar we use today is actually off in absolute terms by about 5 years (thanks, Christianity!), so the end of the world actually happened a few years ago.
Anyway, here’s some tech news!
This is the last time we’ll see a “cubed” day in our lifetime. The next one will be on January 1, 2101. To commemorate, we have a bunch of awesome cube-steaked tech news. Honestly it’s the same delicious stuff we give you every day, but now has a crispy coating and deep-fried.
There are a few Tech Christmas guides in addition to a Cooler Master HAF-XM case, Enermax keyboard, power supplies, Sennheiser CX890i headphones, and other goodies for you today.
We have a bunch of grousing and groaning going on in the tech community today. Not only is there an editorial about Adobe’s Flash and how it is irrevocably broken, but HDTV setups too. There’s also some great reviews about some new SSDs and cases, so get your geek on!
Too many jokes come to mind relating this phone to chocolate milky goodness, since we like to compare our news to many foodstuffs… much like the Crunchy-Fried, Double-Dipped, Deep-Roasted, Broiled & Buttered tech news we have for you today, topped with a creamy hollandaise sauce.
Less than 20 days for Christmas shopping, and we have some good tech news for you, including a Radeon HD 7950 card, Ultrabook reviews, monitors, gaming news, and video cards.
… and a partridge in a twisted-pair tree!
That’s right… just when you thought DVD burners were so blasé, a tech site has a review on one. Stay tuned, because their next hard-hitting review will be on a Sony Walkman tape player or Magnavox VCR.
There are a few contest giveaways today, along with a new Android-based media player review.
The backlog of news has reached its breaking point, and we’re throwing in some stuff that you may have missed in the frenzy of all the new PC games that have come out. HardOCP even has a performance analysis of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, which is one of the games that kicked off the 2012 holiday gaming frenzy.
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There’s an interesting article about infrared thermometers, and some more affiliate site contests, including one exclusively for women! There’s also some new SSD reviews, a Club3d ATI graphics card review, and some motherboards. Club3D HD7970 RoyalAce Graphics Card Review @ Kitguru Reeven Kelveros RC-1202 CPU Cooler Review @ ThinkComputers.org 22 Modelle tested – update SilverStone [...]
Not only is OCmodshop doing our own giveaway contest, but it looks like other hardware and gaming sites are getting into the holiday spirit, too. Here’s the skinny on the sites that are shamelessly promoting their site, in addition to today’s tech news!
Apparently the new OCZ Vector 256GB SSD Drive was released today, because a lot of tech sites have reviews on the new drive. Of course, there’s lots of other tasty tech morsels to snack on.