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Time Machine holds a place in my heart, and it should in yours too (TUAW.com)

Jan 7th 2011 8:05AM Used it last time to retrieve an email that I had deleted over a year ago. Thanks Time Machine you're my favorite. Definitely one of the most underrated features of OS-X.

Fanatec's latest Porsche 911 GT2 gaming wheel gives your virtual that much more reality (Autoblog)

Dec 22nd 2010 8:46AM You must feel so grown up going on the internet and telling people off. Mommy forget to give you the bottle today?

Review: Real Racing 2 for iOS (Autoblog)

Dec 21st 2010 4:16PM I've been addicted to this game since I bought it. I owned the first one and it was great, the second one is just that much better. I don't see how they can achieve this level of gameplay and graphics on a device as portable as the iPhone 4. Huge credit to Firemint on a job well done. Polyphony Digital should take notes from these guys on execution, they know how to go through with a polished product hands down. They released this within a year and change of the original and it's so much better. They deserve a standing ovation in deed for a job well done.

How to build your own hidden racing sim setup and keep your wife happy (Autoblog)

Dec 6th 2010 3:01PM This is very cool specially the reverse mounted pedals. I have a Wheel Stand Pro Deluxe for my G25 and that thing is awesome and pretty portable. Just as long as you have the closet space for it or even fit it inside one of these maybe.

Microsoft releases Windows Embedded Automotive 7 (Autoblog)

Oct 20th 2010 11:54AM @chconline

Every PC is a Dell ranging from Latitude D620 all the way up to a E6410... got anything else?

Microsoft releases Windows Embedded Automotive 7 (Autoblog)

Oct 20th 2010 11:20AM I beg to differ, the BSOD is alive and well. I have built several Win 7 PC's in the past year or so, and I have seen BSOD's still happen with memory errors or corrupt files and other random stuff. As long as windows runs on the NT kernel you will see BSOD's it's just the way it is.

Frank Sprongl weighs in on Travis Pastrana's Mt. Washington Auto Road record (Autoblog)

Sep 17th 2010 3:45PM Put Sebastian Loeb in that car and you'll see that record get punished the way it was supposed to.

Brabus hearts Apple, launches iBusiness luxury sedan (Autoblog)

Aug 26th 2010 4:39PM Wrong. People that would ride in vehicles like these, are Business Men aka CEO's and the like. An Apple computer would be more then feasible for their needs. All these types of individuals really do is email, word processing, and the like, stuff that any mac can do. The CEO of my company doesn't run Autocad, SAP, and stuff like that, they run Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Email and surf the web. Even power-users can use macs easily, I administer an enterprise on my mac with no problems, granted I have VM Ware Fusion for certain stuff but still do it with ease. This whole Mac's cannot do business talk is so 90's it's not even funny.

British network ITV responds to Apple iTV rumor, says it has 'vigorously defended' its IP before (Engadget)

Aug 13th 2010 1:34PM @Seven2k To all my American brothers....I apologize for the ignorance some people are showing here. Not all Brits are greedy.

British network ITV responds to Apple iTV rumor, says it has 'vigorously defended' its IP before (Engadget)

Aug 13th 2010 1:24PM @DriftingDiagonally I didn't say they didn't have the right to stand up to them. All I'm saying is that with enough money anyone can be bought trust me. Plus they really don't have to buy anything anyhow. Just don't release the product in the UK or call it something else in the UK companies do this all the time.