Category Archives: Tech

YouTube Moves Against Gun Media and Others

I’m sure by now most of you have seen it – YouTube is demonetizing firearms related content. For those who haven’t, the apparent motivation for Google’s (who owns YouTube) move is that advertisers are displeased with their content being displayed alongside videos that might be deemed controversial or offensive. This has prompted YouTube to remove ads (monetization) from various types… Read more »

AIM Surplus Reports Data Breach

Over the past week, several shooters have received letters from popular firearms and ammunition retailer, AIM Surplus, indicating that their personally identifiable information (PII) was recently compromised as part of a security breach within the company’s IT systems. According to details from AIM, photos of drivers’ licenses and copies of federal firearms licenses (FFLs) uploaded to customers’ accounts were taken,… Read more »

Composer Releases Original Cuts of Goldeneye N64 Music

Growing up, I was a massive fan of the Nintendo 64 classic, Goldeneye. In fact, I would even go as far as to say that the game was a major contributor to my early interest in firearms and technology, not to mention the James Bond franchise as a whole. Fortunately, the original composer of the game’s music has released uncompressed versions… Read more »

A Filipino Supercar?

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Last month, The Manila Times reported that a trio of young Filipino entrepreneurs had recently completed development of a new sports car built almost entirely from the ground up using Philippine-produced parts. The design, dubbed the Aurelio after its primary designer, touts over 460 hp per ton and is capable of speeds in excess of 180 mph. While you probably will… Read more »

AMD Looking to the Future: Next Gen Xbox and PlayStation Soon?

Last week, I saw articles from BGR and Ubergizmo reporting that AMD’s CFO, Devinder Kumar, was quoted as saying, “the lifecycle of the products are probably going to be shorter.” This took place during a discussion regarding AMD’s role as the sole APU (GPU+CPU) provider for both Sony’s PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. Given that we are just coming… Read more »