NASA is going to offer space travel to everyone! “If the armyâ€™s doing it, so can we.” That seems to be the credo that NASAâ€™s adopting these days with the announcement that theyâ€™re looking to venture into the massively-multiplayer online gamespace.
Archive for January 29th, 2008 ↓
The FBI joins hands with a vast biometrics database, all the way across the sea to the United Kingdom! The Bureau plans to cast a wider net on the growing sea of crime and close the Atlantic-sized gap in investigation. It’s the “server in the sky” (as it is being called) that would link the U.S. with the U.K. Both countriesâ€™ law enforcement arms would link up through this for improved crime detection and terrorism prevention.
Intelâ€™s newest gaming technology ignites every gamerâ€™s fantasy as it fuels your entertainment inside the new HP Blackbird 002 Dedication Edition. Equipped with fully customizable features and a Quad-Core IntelÂ® Coreâ„¢2 Extreme processor QX6850 itâ€™s designed to ignite your game and fuel your entertainment. This box brings Half Life to Total Life!
His bulk e-mails have been clogging inboxes all over the world. His name has been high on Spamhaus’ ten most wanted list.
Federal prosecutors say, his indictment by a federal grand jury has been touted as a major development in the legal battle against unwanted emails.
Microsoft has finally joined the Dark Age of gaming as it unveiled the Xbox 360 Elite System in black. Will this bring new light to the next generation of gaming? The launch of the new system heightens its rivalry with Sonyâ€™s PS3 and Nintendoâ€™s Wii. Armed with more storage space, enhanced graphics capabilities, and a new black finish, the Xbox 360 Elite system is as formidable as it can get.
The world’s biggest music companies, including Warner Music Group Corp and Sony BMG, denied that they have agreed to license songs for a free download service that was launched by Qtrax on Monday. Qtrax told Reuters and other media outlets last week that it had deals with the major labels representing about 75 percent of all music sales, to let users download songs for free in a new service to be supported by advertising revenue.