US Air Force Buying Another 2,200 PS3s

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    Yes, it's more important to have thing who run well and longer, than thing run fast and shorter! ;)
    If I'm remember well it's was the big problem Apple have with Motorola CPU (Freescale), Motorola CPU first target (big money) is Army, and Space.
     
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    PSP for Royal Navy:
    http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/gadgets_and_gaming/article6934169.ece

    I am tempted to try that. :)

    And...

     
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    "They'll keep my men from resorting to homosexuality...
    fer about 10 minutes. Harr, Harr, Harr." - Captain McAllister
     
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    The armed forces will look very silly when Natal is released. Jump - jump - arm wave - kick - flail wildly! :D
     
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