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  • A Sick Artistic View On Xbox Live Indie Games
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    1UP’s Scott Sharkey illustrates the flaws and promise of XBL’s Indie Games in his unique sick artistic way.

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  • Device Protects Day Traders From Emotional Trading
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    Philips Electronics, a Netherlands based company, has come up with a device designed to protect day traders from emotionally based trading decisions. The Rationalizer measures your galvanic skin response and lets you know when you are under stress. An online trader can then take a “time-out, wind down and re-consider their actions,” according to the company. This may have come too late for us, but at least future generations won’t have to live through (more…)

  • Peer-to-Peer Passé, Report Finds
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    Peer-to-peer file sharing has been the bogeyman of the internet, but a new report suggests it’s destined become a fear of the past — replaced by cheap streaming video.

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  • Forza Motorsport 3 Leaked
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    Set to release October 23, Forza Motorsport 3 has been leaked to various p2p websites. The download is said to contain the main game and another disc containing hundreds of cars and tracks totaling over 13gb.

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  • The Ultimate Limit of Moore’s Law
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    BuzzSkyline writes “Physicists have found that there is an ultimate limit to the speed of calculations, regardless of any improvements in technology. According to the researchers who found the computation limit, the bound ‘poses an absolute law of nature, just like the speed of light.’ While many experts expect technological limits to kick in eventually, engineers always seem to find ways around such roadblocks. If the physicists are right, though, (more…)

  • Nintendo Jazz Odyssey
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    Love video games and jazz? Well, Scott Bradlee and Ben Golder-Novick teamed up to bring you this: classic video game music in piano and saxophone!

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  • 12 Awesome Things Tetris To Know, See, And Play
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    No other iconic video game can get itself immortalized by bored college students quite like Tetris.

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  • Barrichello opens Williams talks
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    Brawn GP driver Rubens Barrichello admits to opening negotiations with Williams as he seeks to secure a Formula 1 drive for next season.

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