Obama meets polar bears, the Riemann Hypothesis, and Enermax
President Obama has had a pop at the Commies for repressing people via the Internet. That's according to the UK newspaper, the Grauniad. It's here.
The Tech Report compares the Corsair Obsidian Series 800D enclosure to the difference between a budget shirt and an expensive one. It categorises the enclosure as a quality shirt rather than a cheap one banged out in some sweatshop in Bangalore. You can find the review, here.
Over at Anandtech, the boy wonders are testing a preview edition of Flash 10.1 running on a Nehalem Mac Pro with an EVGA GeForce GTX 285 bunged in there. It's here
The venerable HardOCP site takes a look at the Enermax ECO80+ 620 watt power supply. It thinks it is the bee's bollocks. It's here.
TechCrunch seems to believe that the whole world will be very interested in the Twitter headquarters in San Francisco. It has mirrors so people can admire themselves while they're taking a leak. Shame that the stalls don't have a microphone so the sound of you weeing can't be streamed to Twitter. Here.
Here's one from the Huffington Post. Apparently St Louis Zoo has replaced real polar bears with electronic polar bears. Why? Find out here.
Hexus reports that HP, Sapphire and Microloops are being sued by a company called Convergence for alleged patent violation. Read about the said violation, here.
Over at Eureka Alert, there's a piece about a mathematics tool called the AIM Problem Lists. This coincides with the 150th anniversary of the Riemann Hypothesis. Here.
The Daily Express, out of the UK, wants you to sleep happier in your beds tonight as it says millions of us could be hit by a plague worse than swine flu. What is it? Well's it's from Ukraine, and you can frighten yourself half to death by turning here.