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“My Blackberry Isn’t Working” and Other Literal Puns

Comedy where brand-names are taken literally are funny. Comedy that involves current gen technology names that are mocked by eighty year old gentlemen is funnier. Watch this hilarious technology spoof involving real vegetables courtesy The One Ronnie!

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X10minileak1

The XPERIA X10 Mini is quite a successful phone on its own, packing quite a punch within its tiny frame. Sony Ericsson have apparently decided to build up on this line by introducing a successor to the X10 Mini. This time, the phone runs Gingerbread (Android OS v2.3), has a 1GHz processor and an Adeno 205 GPU, optimized for playing (what else?) graphics-intensive games. Pictures after the break.

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grey-m

Have you always wanted to make your own Wordpress plugin? Do you know PHP? Well, now with your awesome PHP powers and this small tutorial, you can start making your own Wordpress plugins in ten minutes!

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sixtysymbols

Sixty Symbols is a collection of videos about physics and astronomy presented by experts from The University of Nottingham. They have tried to make complex physics based concepts simple for lay people!

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How to: Get a Homebrew Enabler on your PSPGo (or PSP 3000 with Firmware 6.20)

If you have a PSP Go or PSP 3000 with Original Firmware 6.20 you can now play homebrew games right from your XMB. With this Homebrew Enabler PSP 3000 or PSP Go users can unleash the full power of their device with homebrew games. These homebrew games and applications are courtesy the great PSP hackers Wololo and Total_Noob! Read on to find out how you can install the homebrew enabler on your PSP 3000 or PSP Go.

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Minecraft “notches” it up with Beta

It’s been indie gaming’s very own rags-to-riches to story (well, approximately at least). When Markus Alexej Perrson, better known as Notch, started work on Minecraft back in May 2009, he had no idea that it’d grow so huge before release that he’d have his own company before the Beta release. The blocky (literally) sandbox game is what I have phrased to a friend as “lego for grown-ups”

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Your Humble Indie Bundle can be activated on Steam! Thanks to the good folks who made the original bundle and Valve, you can get all the Humble Indie Bundle on your Steam account. Check your email for more details!

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Black Friday 2010

Black Friday is almost here, but do you know which places to go to find the best deals? There are loads of places to find the best Black Friday deals, but only a select few give the best deals. Find out more about these sites after the break!

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thewitcher2

“A DRM-free, AAA, new title on GOG.com? Yes! We decided to promote this highly-anticipated RPG by our sister company CD Projekt RED as a one time special.” The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is expected to be on GOG soon!

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writemonkeytwitter

WriteMonkey is a distraction-free text-only writing environment that is portable, completely customizable and completely free.

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Opera 11 now has extensions support. Here are some of the best extensions for Opera 11.

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instantjam

Instant Jam is an embeddable and totally awesome rhythm game that lets you play to music from your own library.
Yes, you read that right – from your own library. That is epicly awesome, thank you InstantJam.

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facebook

Facebook has an abnormally large amount of users playing games. Games such as Farmville or Mafia Wars. The annoyance factor of all these games on other peoples’ walls ranges from terrible to depressing. However, just how many of those daily Facebook loggers play games?

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tom-jefferson-farmville

Zynga games is being sued by a Facebook user who is really angry that Farmville leaked his personal info. See image for rhetorical arguments.

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blizzard

You should NOT cheat online. Seriously. Blizzard has made that clear by permanently banning 5000 cheaters on Battle.net. However, it’s pursuing the crazy path by suing the makers of the cheat device for copyright infringement and damages. Whew!

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