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The Invisible Computer Mouse

@ 2010/07/09 read/post comments(0)
Mouseless is an invisible working computer mouse built by MIT PhD student, Pranav Mistry. The mouse, or lack thereof, is controlled by using your hand with no hardware to control the pointer on your screen. This technology would allow for… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA GTX 280 SLI 3D Surround Experience

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Take your 2 year old GTX 280 video card and pair it up with another 2 year old GTX 280 and what do you get? You get an NVIDIA SLI system capable of delivering huge multi-display NV Surround gaming resolutions… Go To Full Article

Nine Solid State Drives from Corsair

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We will be talking about solid state drives from Corsair today. The company’s SSD line-up has expanded considerably since we tested them last. After our recent tests of SSDs from OCZ we are especially interested in comparing… Go To Full Article

Six Coolers for Intel Core i7-980X Extreme Edition Processor

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When you are buying a new more powerful processor to replace your old one, you often ask yourself if a cooling system upgrade is also necessary. And while this question is not very difficult to answer for the mainstream user,… Go To Full Article

Get started with speech recognition

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Speech recognition makes it easier for us to be lazy with our devices – or perhaps set up the coolest voice-controlled project around. After the voice controlled home automation post, we received a lot of emails asking “how can I… Go To Full Article

Prolimatech Readies "Super Mega" CPU Cooler

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Prolimatech is out with a new high-end CPU air-cooler, the Super Mega. The pile of adjectives aside, this cooler is based on the design of its popular Megahalems dual fin-block tower design, except for a dash of copper fins sandwiched… Go To Full Article

3 TB from Seagate with the Barracuda XT

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This drive has the SATA interface with average reads of 129.7 MB/s and writes of 127.7 MB/s in HD Tune Pro, for access times of 11ms. For comparison, a 7200.12 with 500 GB platters manages 103.9 MB/s reads, so the… Go To Full Article

Intel Celeron Waves Good Bye

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According to reports coming from Far East, Intel is getting ready to simplify its offering into Atom, Pentium and Core brands. You've guessed it right, no more Celeron. Legendary Celeron debuted in April 1998 as Celeron 266… Go To Full Article

64-Bit Momentum Surges with Windows 7

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Are you running a 64-bit edition of Windows 7? There is a high likelihood you are. As of June 2010, we see that 46% of all PCs worldwide running Windows 7 are running a 64-bit edition of Windows 7. That… Go To Full Article

Arctic Launches ARCTIC SOUND S111

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The ARCTIC SOUND S111 is a set of compact, dice-shaped portable speakers. It has a one meter cable length with 3.5 millimeter stereo jack to connect to any laptop, MP3 player or many mobile phones. The ARCTIC SOUND S111 also… Go To Full Article

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