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the wii revolution

Nintendo has revolutionized the way that video games are played on home consoles with Wii. Using Wii accessories like the Wii Remote, Nunchuk, and Wii Balance Board, the games are played in a whole new way instead of with a directional pad and buttons exclusively.
Some Wii games require players to actual use more than just […]

the betta named sue

A Betta Named Sue, the first crowntail betta added to the Betta Babies™ family, died recently. He was the fifth betta to pass away this year.
He was named after a play on the popular Johnny Cash song, A Boy Named Sue. When he first came home from the pet store, he swam around in a […]

the western digital terabyte external hard drive deal (1TB)

Western Digital is one of the most trusted brands in the hard drive industry. Disk storage must be dependable, since data is important to its users and corruption or loss can result in financial consequences or hours/days/months/years of work gone forever.
Internal SATA hard drives that hold a terabyte (1TB) of data are listed on many […]

the 1tb hard drive for under $80

Why worry about freeing up disk space when storage is more affordable than ever? If you don’t already own at least a terabyte (1TB = ~1000GB) of disk storage, then you don’t have enough for all of the media files that you’ll probably eventually collect over time whether it’s months or years.
The Fantom 1TB GreenDrive […]

the verbatim nano wireless mouse

As mobile technology advances, some devices just keep getting more and more compact. Most notebook computer users prefer an optical mouse over a touchpad, since moving a cursor and scrolling is easier with a mouse.
The Verbatim Nano wireless optical mouse takes the mighty mouse to the next level. Along with the compact mouse with scroll […]

the swissgear laptop backpack

The fall semester is only a few months away, and shopping for school supplies will be a task to be tackled. When the kids go off to college, all kinds of expenses will accrue. Books are not cheap. They want to sport the latest and greatest notebook computer on the market. They’ll need an MP3 […]

the 10 ways to support charity through social media

This post is a collaboration between Mashable’s Summer of Social Good charitable fundraiser and Max Gladwell‘s “10 Ways” series. The post is being simultaneously published across more than 100 blogs.

Social media is about connecting people and providing the tools necessary to have a conversation. That global conversation is an extremely powerful platform for spreading […]