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Discovery set for Launch

Discovery set for Launch

| July 1, 2006 |

NASA’s Space shuttle Discovery is all set for launch on what will be the second mission since the loss of Columbia. Mission STS-121 (Discovery’s 32nd flight) should see Discovery launch at around 1549 EDT (1949 GMT) but is dependent on local weather conditions being suitable. Modifications NASA have made a number of modifications to the […]

Nintendo makes you Wii in the dark!

| May 25, 2006 |

Just read this article over at Gizmodo. Apparantly if you have halogen lights in your house you may not be able to use the Wii wireless remote control. According to sources at Nintendo this problem only affects your Wii if you are directly in a halogen beam. Read more HERE Matt [Technorati tag(s): Nintendo, Wii, […]

Shuttle foam question.

Shuttle foam question.

| March 5, 2006 |

It’s good news that the Shuttle is likely to carry out three missions this year, I’m a big fan of the shuttle programme. I have one question that perhaps someone can clear up for me: Is the problem with the insulation foam breaking off the external tank a new one? Over the years I have […]

UKReg – Recomended Domain Registrar

| February 28, 2006 |

So I created a new website for Lynn JuJitsu Club (A Martial Arts training club in Wisbech and King’s Lynn) I needed to register the domain name. I had a look around the web, there are so many places to register new domains I wasn’t sure where to go. I remembered using UKReg a few […]

Xbox 360 Overheats

| December 6, 2005 |

My friend was lucky enough to be able to get hold of a new Xbox 360. I use the word ‘lucky’ quite loosely as after just about 20 minutes of continuous play the system freezes up and reboots as it get too hot. It doesn’t matter which of the six titles he owns that he […]

PSP LOAD Magazine First Issue

PSP LOAD Magazine First Issue

| September 29, 2005 |

The first issue of the new PSP Magazine ‘LOAD’ is HERE Looks pretty good, check out the review by me also! Matt [Technorati tag(s): PSP, sony, LOAD, magazine, playstation, Science]

Back to the Moon by 2020

| September 20, 2005 |

The US space agency Nasa has announced plans to return to the Moon by 2020. Nasa administrator Dr Michael Griffin said four astronauts would be sent in a new space vehicle, in a project that would cost $104bn (£58bn). “We will return to the Moon no later than 2020 and extend human presence across the […]

Recall of Slim PS2 adapters

| September 13, 2005 |

Sony is recalling 3.5m faulty power adapters which were sold with the black PlayStation 2 slimline version between August and December 2004. It said the power adapter could overheat, causing damage or injury. The free-standing adapters were sold for the special slimline version of the successful games console. Sony had 40 complaints in the US […]

Xbox 360 ‘Hack Proof’

| September 9, 2005 |

Microsoft plans to make its next generation games console, the Xbox 360, as difficult as possible to hack. The 360 will have security built directly into the hardware, said Xbox engineer Chris Satchell. Fans have modified the first Xbox to turn it into a media centre, upgrade the hard drive or allow it to play […]

Shuttle grouded for a year?

| September 8, 2005 |

In a recent Memo Nasa warns that there may not be any more shuttle missions for at least a year. This is because of the fuel tank problems and hurricane Katrina. Nasa’s Michoud facility is in New Orleans so has been affected by the recent hurricane as well as the on-going affects. Matt [Technorati tag(s): […]