Motorola Debuts First Ever Nano Emissive Flat Screen Display Prototype

Building Upon Carbon Nanotube Technology, Motorola Prepares to Revolutionize the Flat Panel Display Industry. Motorola Labs today unveiled a working 5-inch color video display prototype based on proprietary Carbon Nanotube (CNT) technology ? a breakthrough technique that could create large, flat panel displays with superior quality, longer lifetimes and lower costs than current offerings. Optimized …more

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U.K.: Open source could halve school IT bills

The Information and Communication Technology agency’s research, carried out by the British Educational Communications and Technology Association (BECTA), concluded that primary schools could cut computer costs by nearly half if they stop buying, operating and supporting products from software companies such as Microsoft, according to the London Times. ZDNet

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Qualcomm Throws Support to Linux

At long last, Qualcomm < ?XML:NAMESPACE PREFIX = QUOTE />is supporting Linux on its chip solutions. This marks the first time the company has ever supported a third-party OS. Integrated single-chip Linux support on Qualcomm’s Mobile Station Modem (MSM) 6550, according to the company, improves the efficiency of running Linux on a cell phone, becuase …more

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Antipiracy Rule for Broadcasts Is Struck Down

A federal appeals court handed a major setback to Hollywood and the television networks on Friday when it struck down an antipiracy regulation requiring computer and television makers to use new technology that would make it difficult for consumers to copy and distribute digital programs. New York Times Technology News

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Asetek VapoChill Lightspeed AC

The legendary OCTools, infamous for their submersive cooling methods and crazy LN2 and Flourinert overclocking. They took a look at the Vapochill Lightspeed AC, a nice, compact phase change system that matches your Lian Li! Take a look. For those who can afford it, the asetek VapoChill LightSpeed is the ultimate choice! It is the …more

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UTT Memory IC’s Explained @ Legit Reviews

In recent weeks it seems that every hardware enthusiast has been asking about UTT based memory modules. Everyone that brings up UTT memory modules such as OCZ’s VX Memory thinks these are new and super fast IC’s that just hit the market. These “new” IC’s are based off the old Winbond die revisions, and the …more

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Young Tiger Shows Strength But Has Room to Grow

Of all the new features, the new OS-level search tool called Spotlight is getting the most attention. It’s fast and flexible–and its smart searches make keeping track of files much easier, because you can set up and save searches based on criteria such as keyword, file type, and date created. Your saved search becomes a …more

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Microsoft shares spare technology

It wants investors in small, young firms to take advantage of 20 technologies which have not yet been let loose on the technology market. Developments which are going to be made available include face detection and tracking software and a natural language-processing technology. Research costs billions, but many good ideas fail to make it into …more

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Latest Google service ruffles feathers

Google Web Accelerator, released yesterday, is a free browser plug-in that speeds up web surfing by routing all web page requests through Google servers and by caching web pages in desktops before they have even been requested. The software is designed to make web browsing faster, using an interesting combination of a few old tricks …more

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Microsoft expands Windows Genuine Advantage program

Microsoft is expanding the Windows Genuine Advantage program in the United States to help customers who unknowingly purchased counterfeit versions of Windows XP Professional. The company recommends that these customers first seek remedy from whomever sold them the product. If that fails, Microsoft will offer those who qualify a complimentary genuine copy of Windows XP …more

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Apple shatters Windows with Tiger

Mac OS X 10.1 actually made Mac OS X usable. 10.2 sort of wiped away all of the lingering bad ideas from 10.1, and 10.3 was the first release to score highly in both the compulsory and the freestyle portions of the competition. But with 10.4 — called Tiger — Apple’s acting like a bunch …more

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As cell phones bulk up, how much is too much?

Even when it’s turned off, the cool cell phone of the moment–the slender, silver Moto Razr by Motorola–makes a statement: It knows what it is. The Razr has a collection of nice features, like a sizable screen, a decent camera, good battery life and Bluetooth for cordlessly communicating with a personal computer or a headset. …more

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How To Stop The Sober Worm

Whoever wrote the Sober.P worm is persistent. The worm, which raced around the Internet this week, is the 18th version of a worm that first made it appearance two years ago. This one first surfaced in Western Europe on Monday and began to infect computers, but it fizzled out when it crossed the ocean and …more

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Sprint and Intel Join Forces On WiMAX

Sprint and Intel will join forces in their efforts to advance the development of WiMAX technology, an IEEE standard for offering wireless broadband over metropolitan sized areas. The agreement between the two companies calls for collaboration on technical specifications, equipment trials and interoperability testing with the goal of examining possible next-generation wide-area broadband devices and …more

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