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  • Black Market May Develop For IPv4 Addresses
    By on May 3, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    GMGruman writes “Everyone knows that we’re running out of traditional IPv4 Internet addresses and that switching to IPv6 is the answer — yet foot-dragging by IT departments and vendors means the problem is still on the back burner. IPv4/IPv6 coexistence is now expected to last for 5 years. In this article, Mel Beckman explains how this is all leading to a black market in traditional IPv4 addresses that will catch many people off-guard, and boost (more…)

  • Sony “Struggled” To Market the PS3 At Launch
    By on April 3, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Sony’s Peter Dille on the future of multimedia connectivity and the “digital living room.”


  • How Sony and Microsoft Hope To Crack the Motion Control Market
    By on March 14, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    An editorial at Eurogamer delves into what Sony and Microsoft hope to achieve with their upcoming console motion control systems, despite entering the market several years after Nintendo set the standard. “The cards Sony has placed on the table this week suggest one answer to that question. It sees PlayStation Move as being an upgrade path for Wii owners — an invitation to the tens of millions of consumers who have invested in Nintendo’s platform (more…)

  • Asus Takes Another Stab at Revolutionizing Netbook Market
    By on March 6, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Perhaps most well known for their netbook innovations with the Eee PC, Asus is at it again with their latest rollout at CeBIT Germany. The “Waveface Light,” a new concept laptop, can be used as a conventional laptop or converted to a tablet by removing the keyboard and opening it to a completely flat position. Sounds like either a stroke of genius or a “small widget broke and now it’s worthless” design issue.

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  • Superinsulating Aerogels Arrive on Home Insulation Market
    By on February 7, 2010 | Comments Off  Comments

    Over 70 years ago, scientists invented aerogel, the least dense solid known to man, and an insulator four times more efficient than fiberglass or foam. Thanks to recent production advances, aerogel insulation is now available and affordable for consumer purchase.


  • How to Build and Market an Xbox 360 War Game (pics)
    By on November 15, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Creating the next big thing, one cliché step at a time.


  • Ashley takes Newcastle off market
    By on October 27, 2009 | Comments Off  Comments

    Newcastle owner Mike Ashley ends his attempt to sell the club and aims to sell the naming rights to St James’ Park to increase revenues.