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Ever been curious about Microsoft product codenames and the stories behind them? For this week's Trivia Tuesday, we've assembled a sampling of some of the most interesting, from Opus to Longhorn.
This week's Trivia Tuesday takes a look at operating systems; what they are, how they work, and their history, from their unlikely origins at General Motors to the source code of Windows.
Next year, over 314 million inkjet cartridges will be sold in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and 942 million cartridges that will be sold across the world in 2012; or thirty cartridges per second
Over the years, the folks at Cupertino have produced some awesome products. But what about the not so awesome products? This week's Trivia Tuesday takes a look at five forgotten Apple products.
Did you know that if you stacked all the pages printed in the world in 2010 in one giant stack, they would reach to the moon? That's 356,400 kilometers - more fun facts inside.
BitTorrent is a protocol used by millions of people to download ("torrent") files over a peer-to-peer network, some which are legit and many that are not. Here are some random facts about torrenting
While Apple may be an industry leader in several markets with products like the iPad and iPhone, there are some things that people think the company has invented but they actually haven't
Ever wondered just how large a movie would be if you recorded an entire persons life from start to finish? Well I did the calculations and the result is a staggering but interesting piece of trivia
In a war between two of the greatest tech companies ever founded, who was actually the first to reach major milestones? This Trivia Tuesday we look at which came first: Apple or Microsoft?
Ever wonder what the most useless key on the keyboard, the scroll lock key, was once used for? Read on and learn some trivia as we discover what purpose the key originally had.
New developer, Top Heavy Studios, to deliver topless trivia to PC, consoles. Representatives from Top Heavy Studios visited the GameSpot offices recently to debut The Guy Game, a trivia game that takes...