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Where the hell is the 3G iPhone for Europe? We might know

@ 2007/09/06 read/post comments(0)
The only thing more slippery than an iPhoneSIMFree release date has to be the magically, mystical 3G iPhone rumored for Europe. At least with the latter, Apple has been kind enough to drop a few dreggy hints. Add 'em all… Go To Full Article

HP announces the Blackbird 002 gaming machine

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We'd heard it was coming Monday, but HP apparently decided to wait until today (because nothing else was going on, obviously) to launch its Blackbird 002 gaming rig. While HP still hasn't told us exactly what you'll be getting for… Go To Full Article

Microsoft debuts Extenders for Windows Media Center, adds DivX and XviD

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today Microsoft is announcing a reinvigorated Media Center Extender effort called... wait for it... Extenders for Windows Media Center. Ok, the name totally sucks, but the important part is Microsoft upgraded its wayward Extender system with a new version that… Go To Full Article

Touch Screen Coffee Table

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The ROSIE Coffee Table Touchpanel Controller supports all the capabilities of the Savant suite of ROSIE In-wall touch panels plus new and exciting interactive multimedia capabilities, such as integration and interaction with iTunes multimedia content, digital cameras, IP network cameras,… Go To Full Article

Air Force Mistakenly Transports Live Nukes Across America

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Surely the late Stanley Kubrick is somewhere smiling at this one. Forbes.com has a story about a B-52 Bomber that mistakenly flew 6-nuclear tipped cruise missles across several states last week. The 3-hour flight took the plane from Minot Air… Go To Full Article

Another AMD Exec Bolts For The Door

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Today, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that another AMD executive is jumping ship. Rick Hegberg, AMD's VP of worldwide sales, is leaving the company although a company representative declined to indicate when the resignation would take place or his… Go To Full Article

Intel launches "Tigerton" quad-core Xeons, new "Caneland" server platform

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At a launch event in Santa Clara today, Intel unveiled its new four-socket server platform, codenamed Caneland. The new platform supports up to four of Intel's new quad-core Xeons for 16-way multiprocessing. These Xeons replace the previous generation of Netburst-based… Go To Full Article

Shuttle SG33G5 Pro SFF XPC - Intel G33

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It’s been a while since we have heard from Shuttle, and for pretty good reason. Many years ago if you wanted a small form factor PC that could pack a punch your only real option was Shuttle. It came to… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD 2600 XT Ultimate Edition Review

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I was very surprised at the size of this box because it was almost twice as big as the regular HD 2600 XT. On the front of the box, we still have the attractive woman who is suited up for… Go To Full Article

Spire Fourier IV SP607B3C Heatsink Review

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The Spire Fourier IV SP607B3-C is a heavy heatsink, so it installs with very secure mounting hardware that is quite inconvenient. The heatsink is compatible with socket 754/939/940/AM2 AMD Athlon64 processors and socket 775 Intel CPUs. In each case, the… Go To Full Article

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