Rumor: Asustek aims for being listed on the NYSE

While this is nothing more then speculation, I find it interesting that Asustek may be trying to get listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in the near future. Should be interesting to see what happens! Asustek Computer will separate its ASUS-branded business from the company and concentrate solely on the manufacturing side instead …more

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EOL of the 3000+ and New 3200+ and 3500+ Steppings

Our friends at Anandtech are reporting the EOL of the 3000+ as well as spotting new steppings of the ever popular 3200+ and 3500+ CPUs. For those of you who watch the Athlon 64 market very closely, you may have noticed the sudden dry up of lower clocked E3 Venice CPUs. According to industry insiders, …more

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Computer Worm Poses as E-Mail From FBI, CIA

As if we don’t get enough junk mail! Now, the FBI and the CIA are sending us mail? Or are they…. It’s being called the worst computer worm of the year — a fast-spreading Internet threat that looks like an official e-mail from the CIA or FBI but can leave your computer wide open to …more

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NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 Spotted

Those of you that are looking for an inexpensive, yet feature-filled mobile graphics solution will be interested in taking a look at this information from Laptop Logic. They take the time to look at the specs of the Go 7300 and compare it to the Go 6200 and its direct competition, the ATI Mobility Radeon …more

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Apple’s iPod nano a big holiday hit

Apple Computer Inc.’s sleek iPod nano music player was among the top-selling electronic items on Amazon.com on Friday. Not a bad start to the shopping season for Apple! Apple’s black iPod nano with 2 gigabytes of storage, or enough to hold 500 songs, was the sixth best-selling electronic gadget on Amazon.com’s list of most popular …more

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Web site offers Saddam uniform for auction

Manion’s International Auction House is offering the olive green dress uniform, complete with Saddam’s special rank on its shoulder straps, at a starting price of $5,000. No bids currently, but I’m sure someone will buy it! Here it is – the ultimate artifact from Operation Iraqi Freedom – one of former President Saddam Hussein`s daily …more

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America’s Army used to train U.S. soldiers for combat

The video game America’s Army was first released a few years ago as a recruiting tool, but now it is also used as a training device. Sounds like a great idea and all, but I’m not too sure about having a game that real. I mean wouldn’t America’s foes download the free game and train …more

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Hitachi and MasterCard to Set Up Smart Card Venture

Hitachi Ltd. said on Friday that it would set up a joint venture this month with MasterCard International Inc., Australia’s Keycorp Ltd. and a U.S. venture capital firm to promote advanced smart cards. The venture will promote cards based on a multi-application operating system called Multos. Smart cards have built-in microprocessors and memory for identification …more

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Intel adds i946 chipset to Roadmaps

Intel has added the 946 series, recognized as a follow-up to its 915-chipset family for the entry-level segment, to its Broadwater product line that originally included just the 965 series, according to sources in the Taiwan motherboard industry. Intel is scheduled to launch the 946-chipset family in conjunction with the ICH7 southbridge in the second …more

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Man accused of stealing $200,000 worth of Legos

Have you ever bought Lego’s from bricklink.com? One of the top sellers has been caught switching bar codes on Lego boxes before buying them. By replacing an expensive one with a cheaper label William Swanberg was able to make a pretty penny by selling them for more on his internet site, which has sold more …more

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Chinese Use Korean Registration Numbers to Gain Internet Usage

An alarming number of Chinese Internet users are using Korea’s resident registration numbers they illegally obtained to enjoy services offered by Web hosting services from Korean companies. Can’t say I blame the Chinese users on this one, but it is illegal in the end. The Korea Information Security Agency (KISA) Tuesday said the government-sponsored institute …more

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Chinese cell-phone use grows to over 380 million strong

America has nothing on China and their cell phone users according to a Chinese government report. China currently has more than 383 million mobile phone users and that is small percentage of the total population! China’s population of mobile-phone users, already the world’s biggest, has grown to 383 million, according to a government report. The …more

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Rumor: Microsoft Xbox 360’s Keep Crashing on Consumers

Are you one of the lucky ones to get the Xbox 360 only to have your system crash during game play? Rumors are floating around the internet of gamers having their console crash during Perfect Dark Zero, Project Gotham Racing and Need for Speed. Are you having system crashes? If so, send Legit Reviews and …more

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MSI Ready To Launch 14 inch widescreen notebook: S425

MSI Ready To Launch 14 inch widescreen notebook: S425

Micro-Star International (MSI) has recently introduced a 14-inch widescreen notebook, the S425, with availability in Taiwan slated for early December. This notebook features the GeForce GO 6200 graphics card for better than integrated graphics performance. Should be interesting to see if the MSI S425 makes it to the DIY whitebook notebook market. The MSI S425 …more

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