The guys at Cooking Channel asked their fans which dish best represents their state. Then they gathered all the answers and made this amazingly delicious map with them. Here's a selection of dishes I would eat right now:
Do you remember that handy little breathalyzer we reviewed last year that synced with your smartphone via Bluetooth? The BACtrack Mobile, as it's called, turns out to not just be a means of trying to outdo (or under-do) your friends' drunkenness, but it's also been gathering a whole lot of anonymous data over the last…
Imagine how much easier life would be if we knew when we were being a jerk or annoying someone with our idle conversation. It's sounds like something out of Star Trek, but this technology is right around the corner.
Hard drives are all about how much you can store and how quickly you can store it. And this soon-to-be-unveiled phase-change memory drive is expected to up the ante quite a bit.
When you think of North Korea, you probably picture images of extreme poverty and a country still in a technological Dark Age. But now North Korea is making three models of state-controlled PCs for its citizens, according to a report from the country's state-run TV channel. That's the office model, above.
Breaking the 250MB/s barrier with no moving parts
Vote! It's the right thing to do. Plus, America's 2010 voting systems are all technologified now. Say goodbye to punch cards and hanging chads and hello to optical scanners and touchscreens. Here's a state-by-state guide on how to use them.
If you're dying to take advantage of solid state drive's fast boot times but can't afford actual solid state drives here's a ghetto fabulous one from GeekStuff4U. This DIY drive gives you four slots to put 2GB SD cards into, which in turn combines into one large 8GB drive which your laptop can use as the OS drive.