James MulroyContributor, PCWorld

James is a self-proclaimed rocket scientist, a student, and an amateur-professional foodie who likes long walks on the beach and experimental pyrotechnics.

Vote Pac-Man 2012! Hack Puts Pac-Man on Voting Machine

Researchers hacked a voting machine, turning it into a glorified arcade game.

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Apple Patent Opens a New Frontier for Gaming--Documenting

A new Apple patent could lead to personalized comic book based on your video game performance.

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How to Build a Better Rocket

Sony's Rocket Project claims to be the "Ultimate Science Project." It's a cool project, but here's how students could have built a smarter rocket.

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Samsung Introduces New 1TB Drive for Notebooks, Other Gadgetry

Samsung's newest 1TB hard drive is made with laptops, TVs, and set-top boxes in mind.

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No Signal? Built-in Cellular Mini-Tower Could Help

Researchers have developed a built-in miniature cellular tower for your mobile device that could solve your signal problems when you're in the middle of nowhere.

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Amazon Offers Cloud Supercomputing Service

Amazon brings you the latest in pay-per-use supercomputing services--and anyone can take advantage of it!

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Mozilla Launches Firefox 4 Beta

Firefox 4, now in beta, brings a number of new features and enhancements, including a new new interface and better HTML5 support.

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Stuck on You: iPad and Velcro Make a Great Team

What happens when you take the iPad and add velcro? Some clever uses that will make you ask, "Why didn't I think of that?"

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Hack Brings Induction Charging to the EVO 4G

A new hack lets you use the Palm Pre Touchstone induction charger with your shiny new EVO 4G smartphone.

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GoogleCL: Control Your Google Apps From the Command Line

Now true nerds can use Google's new command line tools to perform tasks right from your Terminal window. Here's how to get it to run on Windows.

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Bugs and Fixes: Flaws Plague Microsoft and Adobe Again

Patches address Outlook Express and Windows Mail; updates fix Shockwave.

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Researchers Develop Prototype for Ultra-HD Display

Latest 58-inch prototype offers 0.33 pixel pitch, one-fourth the size of their Super Hi-Vision goal.

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This Week in Geek: WWDC, DIY Ethernet Plugs and Touchless Gesture Control

iPhone 4's Retina Display, hands-on with iOS 4, easy Ethernet repairs, and more.

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Make Sweet Geek Music With The iTar

Geek up your music-making with the world's first iPad Guitar DJ Frame.

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Safari 5 Rumored to Make an Appearance at WWDC

The next version of Safari may be just around the corner, and it could make an appearance at WWDC, according to rumors.

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