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Let's try not to read too much into this one. Here are the facts: two dweebs thought it would be a good idea to hook up treadmills to their PCs, don brightly-colored wigs and cardboard swords, and race their avatars across about a mile of virtual turf by jogging in place with only a modicum of coor

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Don't get ahead of us here, Intel isn't building full-featured Second Life and World of Warcraft apps for handheld Mobile Internet Devices. Instead they're using a new \"Interactive 3D Streaming\" tech to control and view the game remotely -- similar to some to that Telekinesis app we saw playing WoW

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While many of the larger cable companies have been expanding their HD lineups of late, we figured the little guys should get their time in the spotlight, too. According to a tipster parked in the Metro Detroit area, four new high-definition channels have been added to Wide Open West (or WOW!, as it

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And you thought adding a trio of displays to your mobile gaming rig was hardcore. To be frank, calling this setup \"extravagant\" could be the understatement of the month (or year), but it's a tad hard to articulate how mind-blowing a 47 PC, seven monitor World of Warcraft installation actually is. A

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Let's face it, there's not an operating system out there without its fair share of annoyances, but it's no secret that Microsoft goes out of its way to aggravate even the most diehard Windows users by cramming our palmrests with stickers, and apparently littering Prague with those oh-so-common \"Wow

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Dell's in your laptop, airbrushing your WoW art -- in honor of the upcoming World of Warcraft Burning Crusade expansion release on January 16, they again commissioned artist Mike Lavalee to airbrush two limited edition XPS M1710 laptops with BC-inspired art; the lappies will be auctioned off to bene

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It seems the new Cyber fridge from Electrolux is a concession to the true purpose of this kind of PC-excess: bragging rights. Sure, it's fun to say that you can surf the Internet from a touchscreen computer built into your refrigerator, but who really has time for that? That's why Electrolux was kin

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