IO and MN Appliance Rebate Program are promising a green future

Minnesota and Iowa Appliance Rebate programs have proved it wrong. We do care about our - pocket - world. Very first results have almost zero accomplishment but sometimes even the lowest number tells the whole story. Rebate programs aimed at pushing gren energy products to the masses that were planned to be take off back in 2009 have hit a milestone today. Both Iowans and Minnesotans woke up today to apply for their newer, greener energy efficient freezer or dishwasher or clothwasher or even refrigerator but it seems this public rush has to be delayed to a later morning.

Next generation Wall-E 2.0 exposed, now with 3D capability

Panasonic's brand new Full HD 3D camera design seems like a blast from the past, namely a blast from our lovely robot Wall-E. What happens when we merge them? Here's the answer with step by step guide :)

PSN and PS3 networks are down, what else were down in the past?

PSN or Play Station Network went down globally due to a glitch which affected all PS3 and PS2 owners but PS3 Slimmers were far beyond trouble according to Twitter tweats. Users were getting 8001050f error code message when they tried to connect to the world famous online network. This is not the only network suffering a connectivity glitch. Google's Gmail service was also suffered some sort of login errors just a couple of months ago and millions were affected by the couse. While PSN has been to undergo this, I've compiled a small list of major glitches of all times in the online history.
  • Twitter went down on 6th of August 2009
  • Google went down in 2004
  • CNN.com, Yahoo.com, Ebay.com went down on 6th of February 2000
  • Hotmail went down when Microsoft forgot to renew its passport.com domain in 1999