While you probably can’t play full fledged games like Battlefield, Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, Diablo, and etc. on Chromebooks, they are still pretty good devices that are value for money. They are good enough for students who are simply looking for a computer to take with them to classes or to type up assignments, or for the business user who just needs basic functionality while on the go.
This is why it isn’t all too surprising to discover that Chromebooks have made up the top 3 Amazon laptop sales. According to Amazon’s listing, the top selling laptop is the Acer C720 Chromebook, followed by the ASUS Chromebook C300 in second place, and HP’s Chromebook 11 coming in third place. Read full post →Chromebooks Top Amazon’s Laptop Best Seller List
A couple of weeks ago, Swedish police raided the offices where The Pirate Bay’s servers were being kept, essentially knocking them offline. Well unsurprisingly in the process, many The Pirate Bay copies have sprung up, one of them courtesy of the folks at IsoHunt who have also released The Open Bay.
For those unfamiliar, The Open Bay basically allows anyone, regardless of their knowledge of how the internet works, to deploy their own version of The Pirate Bay using backup databases of the original The Pirate Bay, IsoHunt, and Kickass Torrents. Of course there are probably all sorts of legal ramifications to someone who decides to deploy their own The Pirate Bay, but the point is that anyone can do it. Read full post →372 The Pirate Bay Copies Surface As A Result Of The Open Bay Project