Well last night was fun, Hot chicks + bro + hottub + modified version of truth or dare (never have I ever-3 fingers- with penalty game) = amazing.
Intel has set its sights on a larger share of the GPU market, how do they expect to accomplish this? Not by going more powerful or more less expensive, but by combining the CPU and GPU. Why is this useful? It takes a lot of power to keep these chips running but by combining them more efficiency is gained in power usage, power transfer, and most importantly cooling. Combining the cooling systems of the GPU and CPU will require a much more hefty cooler then currently used on most chipsets, but it will also decrease power usage and noise by limiting the number of fans. An important step for mobility as is currently seen with laptop heatsinks, which however present the problem of transferring heat directly over the motherboard when moving along from GPU to CPU to the environment. But while these results may be more "Helpful" then "Needed" for laptops, it becomes and entirely different story when it comes to smartphones, tablets, and netbooks, all of which rely on relatively power neutral components to lengthen their battery lives while staying speedy and efficient. Intel currently fails to contribute a single chipset to the Smart phone market, and they are intent on changing that.
There is a new computer worm that siezes control of a user's email client when opened. Apparently clicking spam messages that promise free porn isn't good for your computer, what a novel concept.