3dGameMan.com Live Shows are thrilling enough now, but now they've gotten even better. Most upcoming Live Shows will include a Giveaway(s) or Contest(s) for a cool product(s). The madness begins on Dec. 11, 2010, so be sure to tune in as you could win. Also, please take a second to spread the 3GM love to your friends and family. Tweet people tweet ;)
I'm still taking 3dGameMan T-Shirt orders, but remember there are two different designs and there are only 32 T-Shirts available for each region (Canada, USA & International). So if you want a T-Shirt get it quick, before they are all gone. Please be aware that I'm taking payments first and once all the orders are in I will get T-Shirts produced and then send them out. So from the time of ordering it, receiving your T-Shirt will take a few weeks, so please be patient. Also, shipping time will vary depending on where you live.
I've had this nasty flu for a few days now and it's not done yet. So that's why there's won't be an video review this week and probably no Live Show on Nov. 6. I was also going to start a new giveaway this week, but now that will have to wait. I just can't talk for long because my throat is sour and sounds horrible.
This show includes; Answering questions (two mice at the same time, computer waking up, Windows Experience Index, Why is more video memory useful when running rossfireX, Hard Disk Drive lifetime & Gaming Laptop vs. Desktop). Answering questions about the Thermaltake A60 Case & NVIDIA Surround Setup.
Internet Explorer Six, resident of the interwebs for over 8 years, died the morning of March 1, 2010 in Mountain View, California, as a result of a workplace injury sustained at the headquarters of Google, Inc. Internet Explorer Six, known to friends and family as "IE6," is survived by son Internet Explorer Seven, and grand-daughter Internet Explorer Eight.
Funeral services for Internet Explorer Six will be held at 7pm on March 4 at Aten Design Group, 1629 Downing Street, Denver, CO 80218.
It might be used to run everything from PCs to power stations, but it seems some people are still a wee bit shy about using the (cough) L word.
Speaking at the launch of the touchscreen Pure Sensia digital radio, director of marketing Colin Crawford was pressed for specifics of the new device’s software. But after his CEO reminded him that the new radio was based on a Linux OS, Crawford remarked: “I don’t like the using the word ‘Linux’ on a radio.”
It looks like Microsoft has the advantage -- at least for now -- in its David vs. Goliath legal skirmish with Canadian software developer i4i, which recently won a patent infringement suit against the software giant.
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