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Webcam + Any Object = Game Controller

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According to the Cam-Trax website, the software used in the video below can track any object in real-time with high reliability and precision using any webcam. Developer and beta tester sign ups are being accepted on the Cam-Trax website. (src:…

Dual-core Atoms to enter mass production in July

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Intel's first dual-core Atom will feature a core frequency of 1.6GHz and support Hyper-Threading-like technology allowing each core to process up to two instructions per clock cycle under certain circumstances. System TDP for the CPU and chipset combined will rise… Go To Full Article

VIA's OpenBook initiative fails at actually being open

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In addition to offering a list of recommended components and basic specifications, VIA is also providing CAD files for the physical enclosure of its reference design. VIA says that the CAD files will be distributed under the terms of the… Go To Full Article

Windows 7 Won't Have Compact "MinWin" Kernel

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We're very clear that drivers and software that work on Windows Vista are going to work really well on Windows 7; in fact, they'll work the same. We're going to not introduce additional compatibilities, particularly in the driver model. Windows… Go To Full Article

Dell Found Guilty of Fraud and False Advertising

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Dell, one of the world’s top suppliers of personal computers, was pronounced guilty of false advertising and fraud by a New York judge. State Supreme Court Justice Joseph Teresi ordered the PC maker to more clearly disclose that the majority… Go To Full Article

Intel Validates 945GC Core-Logic to Work with Intel Atom Z500 Chips

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Intel Corp. this week announced a version of its previous-generation chipset that is now compatible with forthcoming Intel Atom Z300-series microprocessors designed for cost-effective desktops and notebooks. The inexpensive Intel 945GC core-logic officially becomes the first chipset to support Atom… Go To Full Article

Glacialtech Altair A380 HTPC Case

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The Altair A380 is an affordable slim HTPC case, with a very clean look coupled with a very durable construction. The included power supply is 80 Plus certified and can easily power today's mATX boards with multi core CPUs. Also… Go To Full Article

Otterbox 1000 Series Case Review

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Have you ever been roughing it either outdoors or just to your job and thought to yourself, "Damn, I wish I had a box that was waterproof, crushproof, watertight, and would only fit some of the smallest crap I own?"… Go To Full Article

ASUS PQ5 Deluxe P45 Eaglelake Motherboard

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The Intel® P45 boards will sport a die shrink of the onboard components to 65nm as opposed to the previous 90nm standard. This die shrink would lead us to expect less power consumption as well as improved power efficiency. The… Go To Full Article

Asus P5Q Deluxe motherboard

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Asus has appealed to the budget conscious, feature loving, overclocking enthusiast very well indeed even though some of these features are mutually exclusive in use. It's not perfect but it's evidently a clear that this is a thorough evolution over… Go To Full Article

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