“To celebrate the gustatory tendencies of the walking dead and to acknowledge All Hallows Eve, weâ€™re launching a spooktacular, eerie-otic and cryptmongous playlist for 27 horror-filled hours, starting on October 31st at 12:01am and ending at 3:00am on November 1st — It is infection and it is the playlist of the Living Dead.” -Bungie
The guys from The Pirate Bay are always working on interesting side-projects, but there is one in particular thatâ€™s so significant, it might be the future of filesharing. For a while now, they have been working on a brand new protocol – which may come to replace BitTorrent in the near future.
When Microsoft announced Windows Home Server earlier this year, it was greeted with a mixture of curious disdain and eagerness. Some questioned what the product offered over existing solutions, while others welcomed it with open arms. It’s at once hard to explain and easy to understand what Windows Home Server is, but it’s worth getting to know…
Movie ticket sales for October are already being recorded as some of the lowest in recent years. And whoâ€™s to blame according to the film industry? Why, Master Chief of course. Several film executives and researchers are convinced that many movie-goers stayed home playing the game instead of venturing out to the theater.