Nvidia Launches Geforce 6800GS GPU’s

NVIDIA just lauched the Geforce 6800 GS GPU and informs us taht it will be available for the holiday shopping rush. The NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GS GPU Raises Performance Bar in the Midrange Segment to Meet the Demands of the Graphics-Intensive Holiday Titles. Based on the award-winning GeForce 6 architecture, the GeForce 6800 GS GPU …more

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Qualcomm sues Nokia over handset patents

Qualcomm said on Monday it wanted Nokia to stop selling or producing products in the United States designed for GSM mobile phone networks and that it was demanding financial damages from the Finnish mobile firm. Looks like Qualcomm is upset that Nokia bashed their marketing practices and as they say payback can be rough. Qualcomm …more

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Technology may open door for portable iPorn

Is the iPod turing into the vessel for adult movies’ expansion to portable porn? You better believe it! Thanks to the fact that two out of five internet users look at porn on the web it is safe to say that the Apple iPod may help the mobile porn industry. It’s all about the pr0n …more

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Barron’s Inc. Says Dell may be past its best days

The best days of personal computer maker Dell Inc. may be behind it, financial weekly newspaper Barron’s Inc. wrote in its November 7 edition. Is anyone really shocked by this? Prices are decreasing and the need for new hardware is in a lull, but Legit Reviews has a feeling that might change a bit when …more

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Samsung Unveils 8-Megapixel Camera Phone

Samsung Electronics, the world’s third-largest cell phone producer, proves it is a cut above its rivals in the pixel count war for handsets by unveiling the first 8-megapixel camera phone. The camera phone is known offically as the SPH-V8200 and pricing has not yet been released. In addition to the 8-megapixel camera module, the SPH-V8200 …more

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Senate approves 2009 for end of analog TV

The inevitable is coming to pass: analog TV will no longer exist as of 2009, the date the Senate set to eliminate analog television and fully implement digital broadcasts. Mid-range TV sets (25-36 inch), however, must be digital-ready by March 2006. The Senate moved the digital TV transition one step closer to reality on Thursday, …more

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Xbox 360 and iPod interoperability? Sort of

Microsoft has made claim that the Xbox 360 enables the user to transfer MP3’s from any MP3 player, including the very popular (and very proprietary) Apple iPod. However, that compatibility is only for MP3 and AAC formats, and not for the proprietary iTunes format used by Apple to protect downloaded music. It may very well …more

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Current Analysis: Dell sub-US$1,000 models to drag down Media Center notebook ASPs

Dell’s spurning competition amongst PC manufacturers in the notebook department. Dell has added the XPS M140 to its line of XPS notebooks, driving it down into the sub-$1000 market. With a Pentium M 740 processor, DVD burner, and wireless LAN, it’s a really good buy for the average consumer! Dell, by adding a new M140 …more

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Socket M2 Processor Roadmap; FX-62 and Athlon 64 X2 5200+

According to Anandtech, it looks like the release of socket M2 will be a delayed reaction. The promising DDR2 platform will not launch until early second-quarter of 2006 (around April or so). So, for those of you who are looking forward to M2, the wait is going to be slightly longer than planned. To go …more

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Microsoft buys FolderShare

Further deepening the online software apps that Microsoft will be providing soon, they bought FolderShare from Texas-based software company ByteTaxi. The software allows the sender to send attachments that would otherwise be too large due to e-mail client constraints. The software maker purchased the FolderShare service from Austin, Texas-based ByteTaxi. Financial details of the deal …more

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Asustek to launch own-brand LCD TVs this month and 3G handsets next year

Asustek, a widely-known manufacturer of motherboards and other wares such as optical drives and video cards, plan to launch their brand of LCD TV’s either at the end of the month or near the beginning of December. Consider the sizes offered- 32, 37, and 42-inch- I believe if they can keep their prices low, they …more

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NVIDIA Selects Corsair as First Certified SLI Ready Memory Company

Corsair Memory just minutes ago announced that it has became the first company in the memory category to receive the NVIDIA SLI Ready certification. As a part of the SLI certification process, each component must pass stringent series of tests including diagnostics, benchmarking, burn in, and card interoperability. Cheers to Corsair for getting another certification. …more

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Microsoft patches may break Web sites — again

Web sites that use certain custom applications won’t display as expected in Internet Explorer after installing two Microsoft security updates. To fix the situation one can download Mozilla Firefox 1.0.7 or developers can recompile the affected ActiveX control and mark it as safe when run in an Internet browser. Pick your poison! The problems occur …more

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First Google Print books launched

The first full works to be scanned and put online as part of Google’s Print project have been unveiled. If you have not been over to the Google Beta Print site we suggest that you go take a look now! I really wish that this was online when I was in college. To be honest …more

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