KON-BOOT bypasses Windows XP, Vista, 7, Linux passwords

KON-BOOT is a project started by a user who obviously have an infatuation for a character on the Bleach anime. Despite the silly sounding name, this bootable CD ISO/Floppy allows you to hack the kernel of Windows and Linux operating systems on-the-fly. The result? Complete takeover of any machine just by being able to have […]

NVIDIA Tegra fights Intel Atom and Snapdragon

Get ready for a crash course in net-capable consumer electronics devices, we will be looking at two new architectures that promises to give stiff competition to Intel’s Atom microprocessor and it’s only going to get confusing if you don’t pay attention. Things started off with Intel releasing their Atom processor aimed at low-priced low-power netbooks […]

StumbleUpon Launches New URL Shortener ~ SU.PR

You’ve heard it right! StumbleUpon is now launching a URL-shortener service, SU.PR (=SUPER). Having discussed heavily about various URL shortener services lately, it’s impressive that StumbleUpon has finally up its game in competing with DiggBar. Also, some believe that the new SU.PR will raise a strong competition against the all time favourite – Bit.ly, the […]

Microsoft’s Project Natal and the 10-year cycle of Xbox 360

If you paid any attention to the gigantic Electronic Entertainment Expo 2009 (E3 2009) this year, you may have already been privy to the fact that there were a lot of really awesome things being showed off there, despite the economic downturn. Gaming has been pretty resistant to the fallout from Wall Street and it […]

Smart-E-Bear for your Kids

Soft toys are not just for hugging anymore. Smart-e-bear is a lovable and interactive friend who is fluent in Spanish, French or even Chinese! But yes, it is smart yet very cuddly and huggable. Best of all, your kid doesn’t have to pretend her plush is talking back to her by making the sound all […]