Computing

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ comes into 3GHz territory

Since Intel has released its Core 2 Duo line of processors, AMD has been out of the spot light, shunned to behind the center stage. Ever since, they have been scrambling to come up with something that can overpower the double core chips. AMD has just released another chip for the Athlon 64 line: the X2 6000+. What’s suprising is ...

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Windows Vista media DRM protection cracked, what’s next?

With the recent crackings of the security measures set forth in HD-DVD and Blu-ray, it is only fitting that the DRM in the upcoming release of Windows Vista is hacked. Alex Ionesu, the man who claims to have bypasses the security, has only released very vague information due to the possibility of legal actions by Microsoft. Currently, this is just ...

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Tarantula keyboard gives you the upper edge on the n00bs

Keyboards take the most physical abuse from us gamers. The constant pounding during games, then followed by the unnecessary slam when a damn n00b gets lucky with a sniper rifle. Your keyboard is what can make all the difference when you need to punch out those complex key combos to blow everyone up. The Tarantula gamers keyboard takes this into ...

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VoomPC-2 brings a fully functional PC into your dashboard

What’s not to love about super small form factor computers? The VoomPC-2 delivers the price that many other small form factor PCs havn’t been able to do yet. Unfortunately, it has to skimp on the features to do so. Luckly, they aren’t trying to sell this product for home media center usage. Their target market is the mid/high end car ...

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Sweden to make an Embassy for Second Life: Hasn’t this gone a bit far?

This whole Second Life phenomenon has just gotten completely out of hand. We have tried downloading Second Life multiple times, trying to fall in love with the software as much as the rest of the world seems to be doing. The reasoning behind this worldwide advertising deals and now international DIPLOMACY baffles our mind. Sweden has announced its plan to ...

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Is Google developing a competitor for Second Life?

What a wonder it would be to be able to have a social networking platform such as Second Life, mixed with the sketchings and locations of Google Earth. That’s exactly what is traveling through the rumor grapevine right now. A Googleized version of Second Life. The satellite imaging technology of Google Earth is rumored to be in development as a ...

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3-in-1 Ultra-Slim Mouse might just do it all

While mouse integration with presentation devices has been tried before, the ability to have sufficient usability of all the integrated devices has never quite made the cut. Chinese based company Vavolo, claims to have made not just a 2-in-1, but a device which integrates three devices. The Vavolo Mouse looks like a cross between a remote control and a sheet ...

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MCE Tech. releases a Blu-ray burner for your Mac Pro

How badly have you Mac users wanted to have your very own Blu-ray burner? No matter, you can do it now. MCE Technologies has released a $699 Blu-ray Internal Recordable Drive so that you can use a disc instead of an external hard drive. One nice thing is that if you happen to want the Blu-ray burner but you think ...

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Samsung releases single platter 60GB hard drive

Perpendicular magnetic recording has allowed for some major breakthroughs in hard drive capacity as of late. Next in line: Samsung’s SpinPoint N series. What makes it so important is that it is the first single platter 1.8-inch hard drive to reach the 60GB capacity. The SpinPoint N series will have 4 tiers of storage: 20/30/40/60GB. While a single platter 60GB ...

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