Want to see an impressive Laptop? Toshiba wipes the HD DVD egg of itâ€™s face and blows a hole in your nearest gaming arena with the Satellite X205-SLI NotebooksSatellite X205-SLI Notebooks. Aside from the Core 2 Duo 2.1GHz T8100 45 nanometer processor, Iâ€™d like to direct your attention to the part of this Laptopâ€™s name that spell S-L-I. This Toshiba Satellite comes running dual-GeForce 8600 GT graphics cards. How do you even fit two graphics cards in a laptop? Letâ€™s find out.
Back in the early seventies, NASA sent Mariner 10 to Mercury. It was the last in a series of Mariner missions designed to survey other planets in the solar system. Launched in November 1973, this mission provided new information about Mercury and Venus in the Mariner program’s first dual-planet mission. Beginning in March 1974, Mariner 10′s three flybys past Mercury mapped about half of the planet’s surface, during which time a thin atmosphere and a magnetic field were discovered. More than thirty years later, we went back to Mercury this week, for some better pictures…and it was worth the trip.
When it comes to thin and light notebooks, Appleâ€™s MacBook Air has been the talk of the town. Yes itâ€™s extremely thin and weighs in at 3.0 pounds but these specs arenâ€™t the only defining point to a notebook. You have to look at the hardware under the hood, which if you ask me, is pretty lacking for the price. So I began to search for other thin and light notebook options and came across the Toshiba Satellite U305-S2812 Notebook PC. If we compare these two notebooks spec for spec, the overall advantage easily goes to the Toshiba Satellite U305-S2812 Notebook PC.
Russia may start getting into the global positioning system business.
As it turns out, Russians have been pretty satellite savvy for years. While the United States was heading for the moon, the former U.S.S.R. was launching global positioning satellites similar to the ones the Western World has been using for GPS readings for years.
Today, everybody wants lightening fast Internet service for as little as possible, but with so many companies vying for your business, how do you know which choice is ultimately the best decision for your needs? Cable or DSL?
Both Internet services are available in most areas and both cost relatively the same amount each month, depending on where you live. What makes one better than the other?