Team i3 – Mech Warrior Night

December 8th, 2017

A large majority of the i3 team consists of our superstar techs, so it might come as no surprise that we can definitely get down and nerdy.

Some of i3 team members enjoyed a night of virtual mechanized combat at Big Kidz Games, playing the classic virtual reality game MechWarrior.

Not sure what to give your techie friend for Christmas?

December 9th, 2016

Written by Benny Buljko, Level 2 Support Technician

Now that we’re closing in on the holiday season, it may not be too late to get that last-minute gift for a loved one. Although we all want the next best TV, newest smartphone, and most powerful laptop on the market, there are a few new tech gadgets to consider before making a decision! Our technology professionals at i3 Business Solutions have devised a list of “hot” tech gadgets that are rapidly gaining popularity.

Andy Kaiser reviews HTC Incredible | Digital Bits

June 9th, 2010

i3 Business Solutions' own Andy Kaiser has a great review up on this new Android smartphone.

In his words:

"Let’s move on to the fun parts about the HTC Incredible: just about everything."

Read it all at Andy's Digital Bits blog: HTC Incredible review.

Real-Time Events in Three Dimensions… at last? | MC Press Online

February 25th, 2008

Software That Depicts Real-Time Events in Three Dimensions May Offer Distinct Advantages |
MC Press Online

After years--decades!-- of fits and starts, the latest 3D technologies coming to market offer real promise for real-world applications. Look for more information at this blog in the coming months as we focus on 3D technologies for market leaders.

Amazon SimpleDB 101 & Why It Matters | GigaOM

December 15th, 2007

Amazon SimpleDB 101 & Why It Matters - GigaOM

"If you are in the business of managing massive amounts of distributed data, you cannot gloss over the Amazon WS trifecta — data-in-the-cloud is the future and with WS, Amazon is way ahead of the pack.

Video gaming | Chasing the dream | Economist.com: …

August 4th, 2005

Video gaming | Chasing the dream | Economist.com: "The move away from linear narratives to more complex games that allow players to make moral choices, argues Mr Prensky, means that games provide an opportunity to discuss moral questions. �These are wonderful examples for us to be discussing with our kids,� he says.

Japundit | More TV!: “The Teleglass, which goes on…

May 3rd, 2005

Japundit | More TV!: "The Teleglass, which goes on sale in June, comes with earphones and a box that connects to a portable DVD player. The wearer will see images as if watching a 14-inch television screen from a distance of one meter (yard), according to an official at Scalar Corp.

Slashdot | A Theory of Fun for Game Design

February 4th, 2005

Slashdot | A Theory of Fun for Game Design: "If you're planning on entering the field of game design, A Theory of Fun won't help you to storyboard a plot, model a texture, or develop a code base: if you're looking for the technical aspects of game design or deep academic consideration of the field, other titles will hold more for you.

Cell Architecture Explained: Introduction

January 21st, 2005

Cell Architecture Explained: Introduction: "Designed for the PlayStation 3, Sony, Toshiba and IBM's new 'Cell processor' promises seemingly obscene computing capabilities for what will rapidly become a very low price. In these articles I look at what the Cell architecture is, then I go on to look at the profound implications this new chip has, not for the games market, but for the entire computer industry.