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Wiimote attacks TV weak point for massive damage

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I wanted to know if that Wiimote really ended up stuck in the TV, or whether it had cracked the casing and the hole was made to improve the photo cred. Dave responds from West Virginia, USA: … Go To Full Article

G.Skill unveils DDR2-800 CL6 and DDR2-667 CL5 2GB memory module

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G.Skill International Enterprise launches 2 sets high capacity memory modules in DDR2-800 CL6 and DDR2-667 CL5. After waiting for 5 years, Microsoft starts to ship the new generation O.S. – VISTA. The global computer users are looking… Go To Full Article

ATI lost market share across the board in Q3

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According to new numbers from Jon Peddie Research, the market wasn't kind to ATI in the third quarter of this year. While PC graphics shipments increased 5.2% from the second quarter overall, ATI's market share shrunk about 5%. The biggest… Go To Full Article

ASUS Striker Extreme Motherboard

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The ASUS Striker Extreme has been touted by ASUS as the worlds best gaming motherboard. With a long list of features, one could see why ASUS might make such a claim. The ASUS Striker Extreme supports all current Intel Pentium… Go To Full Article

Microsoft Issues Zero-Day Attack Alert For Word

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Eweek.com is reporting a new Microsoft Word zero-day attack underway. Microsoft issued a security advisory to acknowledge the unpatched flaw, which affects Microsoft Word 2000, Microsoft Word 2002, Microsoft Office Word 2003, Microsoft Word Viewer 2003, Microsoft Word 2004 for… Go To Full Article

Intel To Debut Low Price Laptop

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Davies said the price difference between the Intel laptop and the nonprofit group's model is actually narrower because One Laptop Per Child makes its product in China and does not factor shipping costs into the price. Intel has Brazilian manufacturers… Go To Full Article

Sony BDP-S1 Blu-ray Player Released

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The BDP-S1 supports 1080p through its HDMI connector, MPEG2, MPEG4-AVC and VC1. For users without a 1080p capable television, the player can fall back to 1080i with component cables. And as expected from a player that rings in this price… Go To Full Article

IEEE Supports 100G as Next Ethernet Speed

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Just as gigabit Ethernet starts making its way into the mainstream, the Ethernet Alliance today announced the next jump in networking. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 802.3 Higher Speed Study Group (HSSG) voted to support 100 Gb/s… Go To Full Article

Skype hype: Cordless and WiFi Skype phone roundup

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If you're new to Skype, I'll explain briefly. Skype is a chat service that allows you to make and receive phone calls to other Skype users for free – provided that you are using the Skype service to do so.… Go To Full Article

SMB NAS Roundup

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Network attached storage (NAS) is a hot market these days, not only for the SMB (Small to Medium Business) market, but also for the home user. As more and more computers appear in our homes, the need for shared storage… Go To Full Article

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