After decades of strife, occupation, and conflict, Afghanistan has been left pockmarked with an estimated ten million anti-personnel landmines in its soils. It's a bad situation. There are mines like the the Soviet PFM-1 butterfly mine—especially popular with small children, who mistake it for a toy. But an…
More than a year after its inception, AMD's eight-core FX CPU (codename: Bulldozer) is finally available for purchase. The $245 chip is geared towards resource heavy applications, such as HD video editing and multi-display gaming.
Whether rolling like a modern-day Caligula in Caesar's Palace or wearing a saddle at the Mustang Ranch, Las Vegas has your fantasy for sale. And if heavy machinery gets you hot, Vegas' newest attraction has you covered.
I'm pale. So very pale. But summer is coming (we hope, in NYC), and I need to add a little color. Tanning can be tough to pull off without looking lame, though. Enter the aluminum-and-neoprene Bulldozer Lounge chair. No word on maximum payload capacity. [mocoloco]
Boys will be boys? A 12-year-old and 9-year-old hopped into an excavator, drove it around a strip mining site and destroyed anything that got in their way. It got pretty bad. They flipped over a bulldozer, smashed windows and sprayed fire extinguishers at whatever they could find. The total damage the two boys caused…
You can't say that AMD is ever boring. The company says its next-generation Bulldozer CPU core will take a unique approach to computing that goes beyond Hyper-Threading, which some believe could offer phenomenal performance.
Sure, AMD's sorta reveling in getting handed $1.25 billion by Intel, but more importantly, they've just revealed the future of AMD chips: The promised Atom competitor Bobcat, and a new high-end architecture called Bulldozer.
Kogoro Kurata's invention only runs at 3 kilometers per hour, but who cares. It's red, it has treads, it can destroy stuff. That's all that matters to me. Better than Transformers 2 for sure. [Ironwork via Pink Tentacle]
Say you've got some old Pentium III hardware sitting around, collecting dust. You could ship it off for "recycling," OR you could build an remote controlled bulldozer.
Although we think CeBIT is largely a waste of convention center, one standout was Korean PC-case master GMC (no relation to America's own troubled automotive titan). Its sexiest case concept was by far the disc-shaped red-and-black beauty captured by Aving above. Even its simple name, "Pot," evokes a feeling of peace…