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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Transcend introduces USB flash drive with integrated digital camera

Talk about compact technology! Transcend Information has managed to integrate a Digital Still Camera and a lithium battery that can be charged by the USB port of a PC into a flash drive. Sounds like a great stocking stuffer at $46 USD! Transcend Information has introduced a USB flash disk drive with an integrated VGA …more

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Gamers Demand More XBox 360’s

Widespread shortages of the Xbox 360 have left many gamers unable to secure a system. Many American electronics stores sold out of the coveted console on the first day it went on sale and many who queued overnight were left empty handed. My local store had only 36 Xbox 360’s the night they went on …more

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Fatal1ty Wins First CPL World Tour Grand Final

Hats off to Fatal1ty (Johnathan Wendel) for winning the big $150,000 purse at the CPL World Tour Grand Final in New York. I’ve personally known Johnathan for a number of years and know how that this win means a lot due to the purse size and that it was against Vo0 (Sander Kaasjager). I guess …more

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Antec Tries, But Can’t Confirm Anandtech’s Claims

Antec sent us an e-mail giving us some details as to what is going on with the whole Antec/Tyan/Anandtech Power Supply issue in hopes of making things right. It seems that Antec is asking Anandtech to give up their source at Monarch or they want the article retracted since it is unfounded without a source. …more

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Compatibility issue with Tyan boards & Antec PSU’s

Some news for people looking to build a dual-Opteron server using a Tyan motherboard: certain models of Tyan motherboards are not compatible with Antec TruePower II EPS PSU’s. A voltage fluctuation on the 12v+ rail is causing major problems for the board. For those who are currently in the market for dual Opteron boards and …more

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Contract-manufacturing relationship between HP and Asustek to expand

There’s good news for those out there who like Asus’ line of slim notebooks: PC-manufacturing giant HP is taking Asus on as their key producer of slim-profile notebooks. This is a good thing, considering you’ll at least know you have a quality product in Asus. Asustek Computer will produce the majority of Hewlett-Packard?s (HP) slim-profile …more

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Intel Releases the i975X Express Chipset

Intel is at the The CPL World Tour Grand Finals in New York and just sent us a press release stating that the gamers are excited to play on the new Intel 975X Express chipset-based platform. Many review sites don’t have their Intel 975X samples yet and retail boards are no where to be seen, …more

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Roughly 5 million new AIDS cases in 2005

Almost 5 million people were infected by HIV globally in 2005, the highest jump since the first reported case in 1981 and taking the number living with the virus to a record 40.3 million, the United Nations said on Monday. Those who think AIDS is under control need to think again and need to read …more

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Intel & Micron To Launch Joint NAND Flash Venture

Intel and Micron Technology are launching a joint venture to produce NAND flash memory, with Apple Computer prepaying $500 million to secure its place in line for the popular technology, the companies said Monday. Big news for both Intel and Micron here! Intel will own 49 percent of the new company, IM Flash Technologies, with …more

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