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Helio Ocean Review by Fat Joe

by mo0nrider (via)
Rapper Fat Joe gives us a hands-on look at the Helio Ocean, along with some snippets of his favorite tunes/music videos. He didn't dive too much into the tech side, but more the music, ringtones, and music videos.

Qui perd gagne!

by stoff
film hilarant avec thierry l'hermite fait par benguigui


solace in cinema

by culturalelite
A movie blog, charting all the latest news that interests us, and reviewing everything from the old vhs tapes we have lying around, to the latest cinema releases.

Physics-Based Games: Reviews, Game Downloads, and Developer Interviews » Block-Stacking Fun: Solid Balance

by bcpbcp
Solid Balance is a stacking physics game by Solid Games. It’s a physics game that replicates something we all probably did in our childhood: stack boxes. The goal of each level is to stack an ever-increasing number of boxes and other objects without tipping everything over.


Video Game Media Watch — The Video Game Journalism Review » Interview: Smatbomb Co-Author Heather Chaplin

by bcpbcp
“Smartbomb: The Quest for Art, Entertainment, and Big Bucks in the Videogame Revolution“ is the first book from husband-and-wife team Heather Chaplin and Aaron Ruby. Chaplin, a journalist whose work has appeared in the New York Times, Fortune and Salon, agreed to answer some questions about the writing process for us.

Dell W2600 - [print version]

by multilinko (via)
While the design of the W2600 punches above its weight, the video performance is more indicative of its budget roots. The torture test for any LCD is giving it a plain old analogue TV signal and then finishing it off with some Freeview programming, and with these odds Dell's effort didn't fare too well. The 25ms response time just isn't fast enough to deal with swift camera pans and moving images, and the 500:1 contrast ratio can't reproduce any detail when you're viewing a dimly lit movie. These sort of problems will affect the viewing pleasure of even the most undemanding viewer, so if you've got your heart set on an LCD, you'll have to spend up to £1,000 more to bag something comparable to a CRT from low-quality sources.

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