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Epic Mickey confirmed by epic Game Informer cover (Joystiq)

Oct 5th 2009 2:37PM Why so serious?

How powerful was the Apollo 11 computer? (Download Squad)

Jul 21st 2009 3:54PM No, that'd still be wrong. 1 ghz is 1000 mhz... 1 mhz is 1000 khz... 1 khz is 1000 hz. So if we wanted to measure the speed of the AGC in hz, it'd be 1027000 hz (in ghz, it'd be 0.001027 ghz).

Either way, it's incredibly slow compared to almost any piece of hardware available today, even in third-world countries.

How powerful was the Apollo 11 computer? (Download Squad)

Jul 21st 2009 1:17AM Just a minor correction... 1 Hz is 1/1,000,000th of a Mhz, not 1/1000. I'm sure you (and almost anyone interested in this stuff) knew that.

Nokia's 7900 Crystal Prism could be worse (Engadget)

Jan 23rd 2008 8:22AM Does your family not like her?

How would you change the Palm Centro? (Engadget)

Oct 20th 2007 12:24PM My input:

1. WM6 - it allows 3rd-party apps, and has the options of turning off features of the phone to save battery so if you don't like bluetooth, turn it off
2. Wifi
3. Bluetooth 2.0
4. GSM
5. Optional GPS
6. Capacitive display
7. Slide-out keyboard so it's larger
8. Get rid of the red color - I need a smartphone for business, and pulling out a red phone in a meeting would make me feel like a teenage girl
9. Audio port
10. Since you have a capacitive display that takes up the whole front (thanks to the slide-out keyboard), make it as high of a resolution as possible (read: NOT 320x240)
11. Make it available on Verizon

That's about it.

Joyswag: BioShock Xbox 360 faceplate & t-shirt (Joystiq)

Aug 20th 2007 3:01PM Bioshock is the best demo I've ever played, and I know the full game will live up to the hype!

Gateway's imminent new tablet PC (Engadget)

Mar 24th 2007 11:34PM The new Gateway, model E-155c has both a pen interface and a touchscreen that you can use anything, including your finger. It's a bit touchy (no pun intended), and is rather inaccurate when using anything but the pen, but it works well.