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Microsoft security service to ship in June

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Microsoft plans to ship a new security product in June, charging $49.95 a year to shield up to three PCs against viruses, spyware and other cyberthreats, the company said on Tuesday.

Acer revamps notebook strategy

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A February 3 article cited the Chinese-language Economic Daily News as reporting that Foxconn is looking to set up a PC assembly plant in India to fulfill regional orders from Dell, Hewlett Packard (HP) and Acer. Today’s Chinese-language Apple Daily…

PCB Makers Worried About Unstable CCL Supply

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Market sources stated that some Japan-based CCL makers are proposing further price increases, and rising copper prices may affect the stability of supply throughout 2006. Currently, demand for handset, LCD and notebook related PCBs is strong, with some PCB makers…

EVGA e-GeForce 7800 GS Superclocked

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For those of you with decent AGP systems that are just in need of a little boost in the graphics slot, Nvidia has just released a pretty exciting product. The GeForce 7800 GS is a fairly high-end AGP graphics card,…

ATI Introduces Its Next Generation Mobile Workstation Graphics Technology

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MARKHAM, Ontario--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 6, 2006-- ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX:ATY)(NASDAQ:ATYT) the global leader in mobile workstation graphics accelerators introduces its next generation mobile workstation technology with the Mobility FireGL™ V5200, available in the Lenovo ThinkPad® T60p. Further delivering on ATI's commitment…

Intel Yonah hidden features exposed

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Word reaches the Deeplung ear that Intel's Yonah processor, which ships under the Intel Core Duo moniker, has features that aren't being exposed to the consumer. Intel's Sossaman is the key, and Sossaman is the codename for an ultra low…

Intel shows off multi-threaded Xeon chip

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CHIP FIRM Intel presented a 65 nanometre dual core multithreaded Xeon with a shared 16MB on die level three cache at the Solid State Conference. Nimish Modi, VP of Intel's enterprise group, also outlined the firm's server…

DDR2 DRAM shows sudden price surge

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SPOT PRICES for NAND flash and for DRAM are "notionally stable", memory tracker DRAM Exchange said. But contract, that is to say original equipment manufacturer (OEM), how showed what the site described as a "benign" movement up…

Howto cook an Egg with your Cell Phone

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Many students, and other young people, have little in the way of cooking skills but can usually get their hands on a couple of mobile phones. So, this week, we show you how to use two mobile phones to cook…

Thermaltake Eureka Case

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The Thermaltake Eureka is a great high-end case. When using it you notice so many little things which are done right and where you realize that Thermaltake has really thought this up well. My favorite example is the screwless slot…

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