News – Haunted Laptop Screen, HP Goes Voodoo for Halloween, Mac-o-lantern

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Ghostly Fingers on a Haunted Laptop Screen

Boo! A group known as Vancouver Paranormal have made the news investigating ghostly encouters at a historic building. 432 Richards Street has a reputation of being haunted for decades. Included in a multitude of stories about hauntings in the building is an "encounter" involving fingerprints on a laptop LCD screen.

‘"Weird things are always happening,” according to Sherwood. He says that at times, when he’s been there alone, he’s heard someone walking around or laughing. And one time, finger mark indents appeared on a friend’s laptop computer LCD screen’

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HP Goes Voodoo for Halloween

HP has Officially acquired VoodooPC, maker of killer gaming PCs. Hewlett Packard has gone up against Dell in a fight for the right to call Voodoo its own. Halloween marks the end of the battle with an HP victory. There is no need for Dell to feel too bad, since the PC giant acquired Alienware last spring. At any rate, Dell surely can’t be too "scared" by HP’s aquisition. The first three quarters of 2006 have treated Dell just fine. Read more…

Mac-o-lantern Computer in a Pumpkin

It appears that the orange colored Mac is back thanks to the University of Arkansas computer store. In a special project for Halloween, the store staff stuffed Mac hardware inards into a pumpkin shell. Complete with optical drive, webcams and speakers, the 1.83 Core Duo powered Mac-o-lantern is surely lighting up more than just the store window. Check out the details and some great photos here…



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