GIGABYTE and ASUS Join Forces – Our Questions Answered

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This week the motherboard industry and probably the entire computer industry got a little shock – just another one in the past 12 months, as now seems to be the time for companies to join forces. After a meeting with…

nLite - Windows Installation Customizer

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Have you ever wanted to remove Windows components like Media Player, Internet Explorer, Outlook Express, MSN Explorer, Messenger...How about not even to install them with Windows ? nLite is a tool for permanent Windows components removal and…

Two Sony VAIO SZ Notebooks with Intel Core Duo Inside

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Today we are going to look at two Sony VAIO models from the SZ series: VAIO VGN-SZ1HRP/B and VAIO VGN-SZ1XRP/C, which have come as a replacement to the older S series. These two models resemble one another visually, but there…

Will Wright talks Spore, Leipzig, next-gen

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By now, most gamers know about Spore, the next game from Will Wright, designer on SimCity and The Sims. The game will let players create a custom-built microscopic germ that can evolve into a macroscopic critter that can walk on… Go To Full Article

Mid Range GPU Roundup - Summer 2006

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Sometimes it's easy to get lost in the high performance market. With games like The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion capable of bringing even the highest powered desktop systems to their knees, the desire to see just how beautiful we can…

NVIDIA MCP61 Chipset Family Details Announced

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DailyTech has received finalized specifications of NVIDIA’s upcoming MCP61 family of integrated graphics chipsets. The MCP61 family will not replace the current GeForce 6100 family. Instead the MCP61 family will slip right below the GeForce 6100 family in terms of…

Television abandoned by young people

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YOUNG PEOPLE aged 16 to 24 are switching off their tellies and moving online, the telecoms watchdog Ofcom has barked. In its latest report, Ofcom says that the "networked generation" is driving a radical shift in media consumption.

Cray to use Opterons for world's fastest computers

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CRAY HAS announced that it has won the contract to build what it is claiming will be one the world's fastest computers. The computer will be installed in the US Department of Energy's (DOE) National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center…

First Sony Blu-Ray Recorder Won’t Play Protected Blu-Ray Movies

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Sony has said that the company’s first Blu-Ray disc drive won’t play protected movies released under the Blu-Ray format. Sony unveiled its first Blu-Ray computer disk drive, the BWU-100A, this year at the companies “Experience More 2006” event held yesterday…

New Intel Dual-Core End Of Life Dates

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DailyTech has received a new Intel product change notification that marks the demise of four Intel Pentium D processors. December 15th, 2006 will be the last day distributors will be able to place orders on Pentium D 830, 840, 930…

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