Constantin writes: "The new Apple Aiport Base Station has been out for a week, so I thought I'd pry one apart to get some pictures. Follow the link if you'd like to see the dissection of a Airport Extreme, version n. Inside, there is a diverse crowd of semiconductor chips including Marvell (CPU), Atheros (Wifi), and Broadcom (Ethernet). Cheers! Constantin"
Toblerone writes: "Twitchguru has a counter-point article discussing sex in video games, and whether or not the industry should bother — Rob Wright argues that more mature games should have more mature content, but Aaron McKenna argues that there's no need for sex in video games, and most sex portrayed in games is done in a laughable manner anyway."
OiToTheWorld writes: "I recently started classes again after winter break. On arriving in my math class, we were told that we had to use the MYMATHLAB software to turn in homework online. The catch is that this software/membership that I paid for along with my textbook will ONLY work on Internet Explorer and apparently shows no indication of changing this. Having asked the teacher if I could turn in the assignments on paper because my linux computer could not run internet explorer, I was told no and that I essentially needed to buy a new operating system in order to pass the class.
My questions are these: Is there a workaround method i can use to do my assignments? why would the company that sells the software do this? Has anyone else encountered similar problems with other software?"