As the DRM wars heat up, and the rise of peer-to-peer sharing shows little sign of stopping (despite ineffective and draconian litigation against children and people who don’t even own computers), the smarter computer games companies are looking at new ways to monetise their products. Continue reading Product placement
Robots are getting everywhere these days; hell, the government of South Korea reckon every household there will have one by the year 2020. But it’s not just helpful domestic tasks they are being created to accomplish – now lazy graffiti artists can use them to spray with an accuracy of line that a shaky human hand would find hard to achieve.
You may think your band make a big evil noise. And maybe they do. But this lot are *real* heavy metal… Continue reading Musician’s corner: scrap metal music and recording techniques
Like any hobby, computer building is probably the sort of thing that can drive a wedge between a couple, unless the modding geek is partnered with another computer obsessive. So, how could you convince your partner that you are still interested in them at the same time as indulging your computer-construction lust? Continue reading PC in female human torso