First Intel-Based Macintosh Computers May Be Released in January

Apple may start using Intel processors sooner than originally stated. According to X-Bit, Apple may be launching their line of Intel-based Mac’s as early as January ’06. They plan on using mobile processors in their PowerBook and PowerMac lines, which will use the Merom and Conroe processors, respectively, as well as the Mac Mini, which …more

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FCC Says No Cutoff for Internet Phone Customers

Internet telephone providers do not have to cut off U.S. subscribers even if they are not provided enhanced 911 emergency service which gives dispatchers their location and phone number, U.S. communications regulators said on yesterday. This goes against what they have said for nearly a year. What a waste of time and money! Existing customers …more

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Creative Audigy 2 hits the motherboards

Do you think having integrated audio sucks? Many do, but now some new motherboards are being fitted with Creative Audigy 2 chips on the board. While these chips are too “old” for Creative to market on add in cards they are perfect for mainstream gaming boards. MSI has launched a new revision of its AMD …more

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Apple faces iPod Nano lawsuit going international

More consumers have joined a legal battle against Apple over allegedly defective screens on its iPod Nano. Now we are seeing consumers from the UK and Mexico joining forces in legal battles that are being filed around hte world. This is all due to allegedly defective screens on the new iPod Nano music players. Some …more

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AMD Socket-939 To Be Replaced by 940-pin Socket M2 in 2007

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to launch a series of 940-pin Socket M2 CPUs ? a dual-core processor codenamed Windsor and the single-core Orleans and Manila processors ? in the second quarter of 2006, according to unspecified motherboard makers. This means that all of you Socket-939 Athlon 64 users should be good to go for …more

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HP Switches to AMD for Blade PCs

AMD has another company under its belt! Hewlett-Packard has decided to use a special version of AMD’s Athlon 64 chip in their bc1500 Blade PC series. This will undoubtedly drive revenue up for both companies, as IT firms and large-scale companies will be looking for PC’s that have low-power consumption and good processing power, something …more

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Market growing for used iPods

Media device manufacturers such as Apple may have competition on their hands from unlikely sources: iPod refurbishers. Companies like Small Dog Electronics, for example, is offering up to a $100 trade-in on your old iPod to go toward an iPod product they sell. Also amazing is the fact that this company also has some iPods …more

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Beware your trail of digital fingerprints

Watch what you say when you distribute a rather controversial, unsigned Word Document through a network. There are pieces of data that, while not on the actual document itself, can still be discerned through 3rd-party software: metadata. It can contain everything from the date it was created, down to had a hand in creating the …more

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TiVo and Yahoo collaborate on TV recording

TiVo and Yahoo have launched a collaborative service that allows TiVo users to program their digital video recorders remotely using Yahoo’s television information Web sites. Now if you forgot to program the TiVo you can easily do it from the web! Yahoo TV offers such information as show times, program descriptions and cast photographs as …more

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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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