One of the quickest things to die off is your internal Wi-Fi adapter. These delicate little fellows seem to bite the dust almost as quickly as laptop RAM does. Your internal components expand and restrict with the amount of heat that builds up inside the tiny space that is in most cases, causing parts to die.
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Title: Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium Developer: Ertain Publisher: Destineer Release Date: March 17th, 2008 Genre: Simulation Console: Nintendo DS Rating: E (Everyone, 3+) Aquarium and Fantasy Aquarium are indeed two different games, separated like twins at birth but after a long separation and after long last, have been brought back together. If you are familiar [...]
WordJong has been a favorite PC title for casual gamers for a while, and can be played for free at various web sites. It uniquely combines two games that provoke different parts of your brain: Scrabble and Mahjong. You have to spell out words using the tiles on the screen, but Mahjong rules determine which [...]
These past few months, since Nintendo announced the details about their new system, I’ve been excited. I’ve been researching this new “revolution” in gaming. I liked what I heard. I was skeptical, however. The vision of Wii was so wildly different from anything before it, that I assumed it was either going to be incredible [...]
Late at night on Monday, November 21st 2005, many people stood in line at the Best Buy in Lynnwood, Washington. Some had staked out their mark on the sidewalk days before, camping out for the long haul. Others arrived earlier that day… Other parties were going on around Seattle, and Bill Gates himself was at [...]
Wireless networking is becoming more and more prominent everyday with new technology and products emerging very quickly. Most of America now is ditching their slow dial up connections for fast broadband connections like cable and DSL. The problem with these connections is that they are hard wired and if you want to hookup multiple computers [...]