The Chase Sapphire Preferred card took the skies in the nomination round of this week’s Co-Op, while every other card was stuck on the tarmac. The Sapphire Preferred card is notable for offering a 50,000 point sign up bonus if you spend $4,000 in the first three months, as well as the ability to transfer those points…
As much as I was expecting this outcome, I was hoping for a dark horse. It should come as no surprise that Tide To-Go and Shout Wipes reigned supreme when it comes to fighting stains while you’re out and about.
In the hunt for best affordable vacuum, two options sucked up almost all of the support in the nomination round, but they’re different enough that we feel we can recommend both.
If you need a new beach chair for the summer, Tommy Bahama’s backpack cooler chairs swept away the competition like a tsunami to take the Kinja Co-Op crown.
After one of most active nomination rounds we’ve ever seen on Kinja Co-Op, it’s time to choose your favorite wheeled carry-on bag. Which of the top five nominees will roll to victory? Check them out below, and don’t forget to vote.
Taiga is "a free project management platform for startups, developers, and designers." After being mentioned by Hacker News their servers got blasted with traffic, which they turned into this cool visualization that it like a game of Pong played by a zillion players against one computer.
Last week we asked you which chef’s knife you thought was a cut above the rest, and now we’ve counted your votes and narrowed the field down to the five best blades. Here they are, ranked by votes:
In 2011 Facebook reported that their first data center in Prineville, OR had a high humidity issue. Probably not the best condition for servers, sure. But it turns out that wonky temperature controls were actually causing condensation in the data center. Like indoor rain. Like it was literally raining in the server…
Just how far will Google go to hide its custom-built data-center hardware from the rest of the world?
I don't know what it is about new data centers, but they all seem to resemble the evil lairs of Bond-movie villains. Google's latest, based in a disused paper mill in Finland, is no exception.
In a move that seems crazy at first glance and really smart at second, RIM will be providing its famous BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) technology to Android and iOS devices. An iPhone/Droid as secure as a BlackBerry? I'm listening.
Google has never been upfront about its electricity usage, but with all those data centers, its power consumption was expected to be enormous. Apparently, these estimates have been off, way off.
Ohio's 2004 presidential election is one many won't forget. Democrat John Kerry was the leader and exit polls pegged him as the winner. Defying explanation, a last-minute shift in votes favored Republican George W. Bush and propelled him to victory.
According to an ex-googler, the search giant may no longer be the quick-moving, innovative company we have grown to know and love.