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Seagate and Western Digital 1TB Drives

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Hitachi beat everyone to the 1TB drive level, but can these more recent offerings offer a compelling alternative? We'll find out, as Western Digital and Seagate target your green. Go To Full Article

Peer into Intel’s Future: 2008 Roadmaps

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We don't often peer into the ether here at PC Perspective to give our readers an outlook very far into the future, simply because that has traditionally not been our style. Taking rumors from other sources and then spouting off… Go To Full Article

Asus 780i goes on sale

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Over at Idealo.at there is a listing for the Asus Striker II Formula, a €250 board in the ASsus high-end line up. According to the listing, the board has all the standard features of the 780i chipset… Go To Full Article

Radeon HD 3850 not selling like hotcakes

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It appears as if AMD's plan of going all out on the Radeon HD 3850 has backfired, as there still seems to be plenty of stock avaiable, while there's a total lack of HD 3870 and very much a shortage… Go To Full Article

8800 GT shortages to continue

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Nvidia's 8800GT will remain one of the hottest cards on this year's wish lists and it doesn't look that Nvidia will manage to ship enough quantities before Xmas. Sources close to company have said that they sold… Go To Full Article

More Evidence That XP is Vista's Main Competitor

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Computerworld is reporting that Windows XP Service Pack 3 runs MS Office 10% faster than XP SP2 — and is 'considerably faster' than Vista SP1. XP SP3 isn't scheduled to be released until next year, but testers at Devil Mountain… Go To Full Article

What If Gmail Had Been Designed by Microsoft?

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we’ll also throw in a security measurement that will prevent you from clicking on links in emails, unless you discovered the switch to mark a mail as safe. Another security measurement we’ll add is that you won’t be able to… Go To Full Article

A Review of the $200 Wal-Mart Linux PC

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It was time to buy my daughter a cheap Linux system to be used for schoolwork and playing flash games — well, mostly for playing flash games. In the past, I've bought the $200 Great Quality boxes at Fry's, and… Go To Full Article

Rambus Aims for Terabyte-Per-Second Memory Bandwidth

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Rather than simply increasing the clock speed of memory to achieve higher output, Rambus looks to boost bandwidth with a 32X data rate. Just as DDR memory technologies doubles transfer on a single, full clock signal cycle, Rambus’ proposed technology… Go To Full Article

WiFi and autism: a quick debunking

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Late Wednesday, as most people in the US were focusing on the next day's holiday festivities, Engadget picked up on a potentially unnerving press release entitled "Link Between Wireless Technology and Autism Unveiled in New Scientific Report." Given the increasing… Go To Full Article

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