A day in the Internet – Infographic

Posted on April 27, 2012

Ever wondered what’s going on in A Day in the Internet? Ever thought of how much the amount of data is exchanged and transferred throughout the inter-webs? We can only imagine that there must me gajillions of data that are sent and received around the world in a single day. Here’s another infographic sent to us by our good friends from MBA online giving us an insight as to what goes on around the internet in a single day.
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Jaws had to be picked up from the floor while I was watching this, this awesome Minecraft recreation of one of my favorite RPG’s of all time is simply stunning in every detailed way. From the Market to the Shinra HQ, the detail is simply stunning. Watch the video in all it’s pixelated glory!




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Various peripherals have been produced to enhance the gaming experience, and the right combinations can not only heighten the enjoyment but also improve performance. Consider the following must have Xbox360 accessories for gamers:

Xbox 360 Wireless Controller

The Xbox 360 can have as much as 4 controllers plugged-in at a single time, and it’s absolutely recommended for avid gamers to have extra controllers and batteries. The Xbox 360 wireless controller allows trouble-free flexibility and mobility. Its high-performance 2.4GHz system can transmit up to 30 feet with undelayed precision. Players can take the fun throughout the room without worrying about getting entangled in wires.

Its has a sleek, ergonomic design with improved shoulder buttons that facilitate ease and comfort. It also features vibration feedback adjustment to conserve battery life.



Xbox 360 Quick Charge Kit

The Xbox 360 Quick Charge Kit is an essential companion to wireless controllers. Since heavy play usually requires battery changes every two weeks, having this kit will certainly be an advantage.

It conveniently allows recharging without having to connect to the xbox360 console: simply plug into an electrical socket to use. It can power-up one depleted battery pack in less than two hours (or two in less than 4 hours) – much faster than the Charge and Play Kit.



Xbox 360 Wireless headset

Every serious online gamer understands how important a headset is for coordination and performance, and a wireless headset would certainly be appreciated. Not only does it allow more comfort and freedom of movement, but it would prove convenient during those much-needed breaks – no more hassle of de-tangling yourself every time. Comfortable, lightweight and durable, it also delivers crisp audio.

Also equipped with 2.4 GHz technology with a 30-foot range, it works perfectly with the Xbox 360 wireless controller for an excellent, wire-free gaming adventure. Allows 6 to 8 hours of use before requiring a recharge.

A Clever Idea: Go totally wireless!

If you find wires bothersome and altogether messy, why not acquire wireless networking? The Xbox 360 is furnished with an Ethernet cable for connecting to the Internet, but it would be a good idea to invest in a wireless network adaptor and router. This would also add the benefit of a clutter-free gaming area.

The Xbox 360 combined with the wireless controller and headset, plus the advantage of the Quick Charge Kit, guarantees hours of unrivaled gratification. These must-have accessories will greatly optimize enjoyment and the overall gaming experience.

What are your favorite XBox 360 accessories? Tell us in the comments.

This is a guest post by Peter Lee. Peter is now busy in writing an article about why an external hard drive is important to you. Want to know more? Then check out his blog at Computer How To Guide.

Suri TV, a very funny Siri Parody

Posted on March 14, 2012

Joining the Apple bandwagon they started early this month by announcing The new iPad, here we get so see a very funny parody of the much loved Siri for the iPhone 4s called Suri TV. The video features the hilarious instances about what would happen if ever Apple decides to introduce Siri technology onto TV’s. The video gives it a hilarious twist, and I found this really funny. As it says in the video description: “Suri TV – Almost ready to revolutionize television.” well, almost.

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The new iPad release video

Posted on March 12, 2012

Last March 7 2012, Apple introduced the newest Apple device to the world, and Tech4idiots was one of those who almost religiously followed Tim Cook’s key-note. Although I was abit disappointed for the absence of Siri on the new Ipad, still, Apple has introduced a lot of great features one may expect from the Ipad, most notable is the new retina display, add to that the new iPhoto for the iPad FTW! Anyway, I wrote a post about the announcement of the new Ipad including the all important facts about it’s specs in this article: Apple introduces the The new Ipad. Here we get to see the release video for the New Ipad about its new features and enhanced capabilities in this 5 minute video.

Excited? I know I am.

 

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Probably the most frequent question asked by gamers is how good is their internet connection? Many times this question is then followed by a Speedtest image, which reflects an image of speed from different servers around the globe. The variation is astounding, anything from incredible T3 Fiber-optic connections to 24-40 station DSL connections to DSL residential connections to cable to FiOS. Some residential connections are downright awful, while others are amazingly good. Not all cheap internet service providers are created equal. Some may offer terrible service, but others may offer as good or better service than standard big name providers.

(Image Courtesy of photosteve101)

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Earlier today Apple has finally announced the next generation Ipad. After months of speculation on whether what the new version will be called, Ipad 2s, Ipad 3, Ipad 4g, or Ipad HD, Apple debunked all these rumored names and officially labeled it simply as “The new Ipad”, yes you read that right, “The new Ipad”. It’s name is simple, yet if you ask Tech4idiots, it has an obnoxious and seemingly arrogant tone to it. Mainly because its mostly marketed for those obnoxious arrogant Hipsters.

(Image from Engadget)

During the key-note I was really expecting Tim Cook to mention something about the Siri for the new Ipad, and eventually he did mentioned something about voice dictation but it was not Siri, and eventually it was confirmed that Siri will be absent for the new Ipad. The new retina display rumors were spot on and newer high definition camera for the Ipad is present. Aside from the unveiling of the new Ipad, Tim Cook has also announce the new Apple TV, which is now capable of 1080 Full HD video which is, with today’s modern LCDs a nice upgrade. Specs after the break.

Here are some of the specs for the new Ipad:

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Internet – How It Changes Our Lives

Posted on February 28, 2012
The Internet – How It Changes Our Lives

The internet is really a big part of every person’s life nowadays. I remember before, when I was in Junior High, internet is not a big thing. We have a very limited access and we can only get our free access thanks to the internet program of my friend he got from a prestigious university here. We were really satisfied and happy with the free 30 minutes free internet access we’re getting everyday. Read More

the Pirate bay screencap

Yes, you read that right, one of the most popular Torrent serving sites is going to stop serving Torrents (.torrent files) starting February 29 this year. But this does not mean that thepiratebay is going to shut down, they will be just using a different way of downloading torrents called Magnet links. But its also not to say that TPB will not be using torrents anymore because a Magnet link is just another way to download a torrent, it actually uses the torrent in the p2p swarm instead of on a centralized web server. And since almost all modern torrent downloaders such as Bittorrent and Utorrent are capable of downloading these files, they see that people would have no problem with the new changes.
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In light of the recent SOPA/ACTA protests and the seizure of popular file sharing websites like Megaupload. The internet Robin Hoods of today, known as “ANOYNYMOUS” has launched various attacks against US government run websites by hacking and shutting them all down. From these events we get to hear more about hacking and how do they actually do it, considering these are highly secured government owned websites. Here we have a nice short infographic about Hacking. Let looks at a peak at how do these guys actually do it.
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