NVIDIA Announces The nForce Professional 3000 Series MCP

NVIDIA Corporation today announced that the Company will be conducting technology demonstrations this week of its new NVIDIA nForce Professional 3000-series media and communications processor (MCP) at this year?s Computex tradeshow In its booth, NVIDIA will have on display the new NVIDIA nForce Professional 3600 MCP providing up to 28 lanes of PCI Express and …more

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Sony’s Alpha DSLR-A100 Digital Camera Has Interchangeable Lenses

Many companies have had interchangeable lenses on digital SLR cameras for years, but Sony has not been one of those companies. With the Alpha DSLR-A100 unveiled consumers now have a Sony digital camera that will work with 19 Sony lenses. The Alpha DSLR-A100 camera is a culmination of Sony’s yearlong collaboration with Japanese precision-equipment maker …more

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Google acknowledges China compromise

Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin acknowledged Tuesday that Google has compromised its principles by accommodating Chinese censorship demands. He said Google is wrestling to make the deal work before deciding whether to reverse course. I also find it highly interesting that Sergey said many Americans misunderstand just how much of their online information goes to …more

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HP Recalls The Photosmart R707 Digital Camera – Catches Fire

Hewlett-Packard may be facing a slight setback in its recently announced goal to make its logo the 21st century’s symbol of photography: It is recalling a digital camera that can catch on fire when used with a non-rechargeable battery. If you own the Photosmart R707 digital camera I suggest sending it in. The Palo Alto-based …more

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Apple files second lawsuit against Creative

Apple Computer Inc., maker of market-leading iPod digital music players, has filed a second patent infringement lawsuit in the United States against rival Creative Technology Ltd. The counter-suits come after Singapore-based Creative, the world’s number two MP3 player maker, filed patent complaints against Apple last month in a federal court and with a U.S. trade …more

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Super Talent Launches 1GB and 2GB  Fireball USB Drives

Super Talent Launches 1GB and 2GB Fireball USB Drives

Super Talent Technology today announced a new line of ?Fireball? USB drives that feature a unique rubber flame housing. Super Talent Fireball drives incorporate a zippy new dual-channel controller to deliver at least 25MB per second read speeds and 12MB per second write speeds. Super Talent informed us that the 1GB version of the Fireball …more

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ATI Announces ATI Physics by Supporting the Havok FX Engine

ATI Technologies Inc. is loosening the ties that bind gamers to their physical realities by immersing them in a simulation more complete than anything they’ve seen before. The ‘boundless gaming’ experience is created by combining the rendering horsepower of two ATI graphics cards with a third devoted to modeling the environment. ATI, like NVIDIA, will …more

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Intel Unveils 965 Express Chipset For Core 2 Duo (Conroe)

At the Computex opening keynote, Asia?s largest computer expo, Chandrasekher, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Sales and Marketing Group, unveiled the new Intel 965 Express Chipset, which will power Intel’s upcoming Core 2 Duo processors. Chandrasekher officially introduced the Intel P965 Express Chipset, formerly code-named ?Broadwater,? and said future versions, including one with …more

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Kingston Launches HyperX DDR2 1066MHz (PC2-8500) Memory

Kingston Technology Company, Inc. announced today along with ASUS a joint partnership exclusively for ASUS’ latest Intel Broadwater based motherboard, ASUS P5B Deluxe and Kingston’s HyperX DDR2 1066-MHz (PC2-8500) memory modules. The P5B Deluxe motherboard from ASUS is based on the Intel P965 chipset and supports DDR2 memory. Kingston’s HyperX 1066 MHz modules and the …more

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Gas Station TV Coming To A Pump Near You

Gas Station TV, based in the Detroit suburb of Oak Park, has been testing its service for several months in Dallas with TV monitors installed above gas pumps that show short clips of news, weather and traffic, and, of course, advertising. I’m not sure about you, but I like pumping gas. It’s a bonding expierence …more

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A-Data revenues for May drop 4% — Blames Short Month

Memory module maker A-Data Technology posted $84.4 million in revenues for May, down 4% sequentially due to fewer working days in the month. But it maintained that revenues and profits for the second-quarter will be much higher compared to the first quarter. Of its May revenues, 55% came from DRAM modules. The revenue ratio between …more

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Google launches web spreadsheet

Internet search engine Google has released a Web-based spreadsheet application, on a limited test basis. I haven’t had a chance to try this out yet, but it’s on my list of things for today! On another note AdWords will soon be an option for Google Spreadsheet as Google will test its viability as a vehicle …more

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Intel Trims The Fat By Looking To Sell Communications Branch

Chip maker Intel Corp. is looking to sell parts of its communications chip business according to a report on the Wall Street Journal Web site on Monday. Intel is started to battle AMD and seems to cutting the fat where it isn’t needed. The sale plan includes chips used to run software on cell phones …more

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Hewlett-Packard Gets Back $443 Million Back From The IRS

Hewlett-Packard settled a tax audit with the Internal Revenue Service and said the resulting $443 million gain will be added to the second-quarter earnings it reported three we eks ago. NICE!!! As a result, the computer giant now says it earned $1.9 billion, or 66 cents a share, in the quarter ended April 30, up …more

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