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Microsoft to pay website to de-list from Google?

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The Financial Times reports that Microsoft is in discussions to pay Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, owner of newspapers ranging from the Wall Street Journal of the US to The Sun of the UK, to 'de-index' its news websites from Google,… Go To Full Article

ChromeOS Benchmarked Against Ubuntu and Moblin

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Intel released Moblin 2.1 earlier this month, Canonical released Ubuntu Netbook Remix 9.10 late last month, and various other vendors have offered up their fall distribution refreshes too. Oh yeah, and Google just released the Chromium OS source code a… Go To Full Article

ATI Radeon HD 5970 Review: Uncompromising Monster

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Some time has passed since AMD’s graphics department introduced the fourth generation of Radeon HD graphics cards. AMD has been doing great through all this time. It has been winning back the ground it had lost to Nvidia previously, the… Go To Full Article

AlestRukov Builds a Wooden, Working, PC Mouse

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The mouse can be had in four different exotic types of wood from countries like Sierra Leone Cameron and Sri Lanka. Handmade products are usually priced higher and these are no exception. Prices start at around 1000€ up to 1200€… Go To Full Article

GeIL unveils Black Dragon line of DDR3 memory kits

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GeIL has announced the expansion of its Gaming series memory offer with a flurry of DDR3 dual channel and 'quad channel' DDR3 memory kits that bear the mark of the Black Dragon. The new kits come in 2 x 1GB,… Go To Full Article

AMD's 2010/2011 Roadmap from the IT Professional’s Perspective

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At its recent financial analyst day, AMD disclosed processor and platform roadmaps for 2010 and 2011. As the target public consisted mainly of financial analysts, the presentations focused more on AMD’s strategy and competitiveness than on technical accuracy. We had… Go To Full Article

Sapphire HD5770 Videocard Review

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For a DirectX 11 launching point, the HD5770 from Sapphire is surprisingly a very quick and powerful videocard for little money. Right out of the box it plays with the HD4850, bullies it around the school yard then takes its… Go To Full Article

Sapphire Radeon HD 5750

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For a graphics card that retails for a suggested $130, the Radeon HD 5750 sure packs in a lot of features. In addition to its solid performance and superb power consumption, the card supports multiple monitor outputs, DirectX 11, Eyefinity… Go To Full Article

Tuniq TX-3 Thermal Compound

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The Tuniq TX-3 thermal compound is an evolution of its popular predecessor, the TX-2, and promises peak cooling performance toward keeping your CPU cool under load. Let's take a look as we drop some onto a highly overclocked Core i7… Go To Full Article

DirectCompute Benchmark 0.35 with OpenCL support

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Our very own Pat has released a new version of his DirectCompute Benchmark. This small tool now allows you to benchmark both DirectCompute and OpenCL general-purpose computing APIs by calculating tons of FFT-like data and some memory transfers. This version… Go To Full Article

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