High performance access to file storage A bunch of academics hope to play the world's tallest game of Tetris next month on the side of a Philadelphia high-rise. Drexel University computer science professor Frank Lee and his team will turn an ... The Register, 36 minutes ago
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100,000 square feet of the 29-storey Cira Centre in Philedelphia is being given over to a . The project is by Drexel University' Frank Lee, PhD and founder of the university's Entrepreneurial Game Studio. It forms a sequel to his game of Pong which ...Wired.co.uk, 7 hours ago
Men and women dressed as bananas, Tetris pieces, sushi and a washing machine take on the world's leading rugby sevens players in a surreal hip hop-style battle in this HSBC film. The 95-second clip promotes the bank's sponsorship of the 2014 Cathay ...Brand Republic, 1 day ago
If you drive a Porsche yours is probably embossed, if you're a City high flyer it might even be made of metal - but if you're really someone then you have this... A business card that plays Tetris. Think about it. Everybody loves Tetris. The ...Huffington Post UK, 1 week ago Best business card ever NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago This Business Card Plays 'Tetris,' And Now Networking Will Never Be The Same Huffington Post, 4 days ago A Business Card That Plays Tetris? Indiatimes, 5 days ago
Tetris and smoking, drinking: Classic game may help curb cravings for cigarettes, food, and alcohol.
2:50 PMTetris Can Curb Booze and Cigarette CravingsThe game may distract your brain from yourSlate Magazine, 1 week ago Tetris Can Curb Booze and Cigarette Cravings Slate Magazine, 1 week ago
andromache / Flickr Video games replace the brain's wishful craving for food and cigarettes. Pull out your old Gameboys! The next great fad diet is here, and it's Tetris. In a new study, scientists found that playing just three minutes of the ...Time, 6 days ago This Game Could Help Reduce Cravings Huffington Post, 2 weeks ago Playing Tetris 'can cut cravings' Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 2 weeks ago Playing Tetris for three minutes can cut strength of cravings study shows Big News Network, 2 weeks ago
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When it comes to games, there's no beating the classics. Especially when that classic can help you lose weight, like Tetris reportedly does. The popular game tasks players with arranging an endless stream of falling, oddly shaped blocks known as ...Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago Want to lose weight or stop smoking? Then Game Boy classic Tetris is here to the rescue! Scottish Daily Express, 2 weeks ago
Business card powered by Arduino have brought out a new trend; it appears like a GameBoy and paces with Tetris! With technology reaching out to replace everything and anything, it's all about creativity now. Gone are the times of a simple off-white ...EFYTimes.com, 1 week ago If You Watch One Video Of An Arduino-Powered, Tetris-Playing Business Card Today, Make It This One TechCrunch, 1 week ago Virtual-Thread: This Arduino-powered Business Card Looks Like a GameBoy and Runs Tetris (Very Cool) Virtual Strategy Magazine, 6 days ago This Arduino-powered business card looks like a Game Boy and runs Tetris (video) Engadget, 1 week ago
3 minutes of Tetris can reduce your addictive cravings http://t.co/GCLEcOu0NK It's been a stressful, youre tired. That's when the urges come. A cigarette, a glass of wine, or an epic chocolate cupcake. Whatever the case, there's one more tool to ...Businessgyan, 1 week ago Got a craving? Beat it with Tetris Dvice.com, 2 weeks ago
The Arduboy is a business card and a tiny gaming gadget. (Credit: Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET) Business cards are used to share your contact information and make a good impression. Even the fanciest paper business card can't hold a ...CNET Reviews, 1 week ago Yep its playable Tetris on a business card Big News Network, 1 week ago
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