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Archive for October, 2016

Aussie takes on Google with MyLiveSearch

An Australian based search engine is set to take on Google, offering new searching techniques that allow them to index more pages on a day to day basis than any other sites on the net.

Phenom BE-2350 spotted

OC Workbench have gotten hold of a 45W Phenom BE-2350 processor. Curiosity behind this being that those 45W 'Brisbane' (or so we assume) core CPU's have not yet been released.

Toshiba end Intel exclusive

Toshiba, the world's fourth-largest notebook manufacturer plans to end a six-year Intel exclusive and include AMD chips in 20% of notebooks sold in the U.S. and Europe.

Microsoft sells one million Zune’s

After being on the market for nine months, Microsoft has surpassed sales of over one million Zune units. Robbie Bach, president of Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices Division has now talked to SFGate.com about the Zune and its competitors.

Toshiba unveils revamped Gigabeat V

Toshiba today announced a new version of their Gigabeat V MP4 player which offers a larger screen and more storage space than its predecessor.

Apple retires Mac mini

Approaching nearly two and a half years in the wild, Apple is set to retire the ageing Mac mini series of desktops.

Nintendo devises their comeback

After being seated last in the previous generation?s console wars, Nintendo now finds themselves dominating the market with two innovative machines, the DS and Wii. Reggie Fils-Aime, president and chief operating officer of Nintendo America has talked to The New York Times about their reign of dominance.

Pentium 4 at 8180MHz!

OC Team Italy has been at it again and managed to get a 65nm 'Cedar Mill' Pentium 4 631 to incredible clock speeds of 8180Mhz.

Halo 2 Vista arriving on May 31

The ridiculously long-awaited launch of Halo 2 for PC (yes 2, not 3) has been pushed back and forth over the last few days, but it looks promising that Microsoft has settled on a date, about time too.

Flexible OLED display from Sony

Sony has done a world first, announcing a flexible organic LED display capable of displaying 16.7 million colours - the last flexible display was from Samsung, which was only capable of displaying 262,000 colours.

More AMD ‘Griffin’ details emerge

Japanese site PC Watch, has published quite a lot of information about AMD's Griffin processor, not to mention how many slides they have somehow gotten their hands on.

Intel shows off 0.7″ thick notebook

Intel has revealed the worlds thinnest noteboook, which is just 0.7 inch's (18mm) thick. Co-designed by Intel engineers and Ziba Design, the prototype pictured weighs in at 1.02kg.

Radeon HD 2900 XT lacks UVD

AMD's Radeon HD 2900 XT has become a victim of controversy, which is apparent due to the next generation card lacking AMD?s Universal Video Decoder (UVD) - a feature highlighted in AMD's roadmaps.

Dell unveils three Ubuntu 7.0.4 systems

From releasing a high-end XPS desktop to announcing a new LED display, Dell can't seem to stay out of the news. They've now given in to 30,000 requests and released three new systems with Ubuntu 7.04 pre-installed.

Reproducing Blu-Ray / HD DVD discs may become legal?

A licensing agreement, which is in its final stages, may allow consumers to make several legal copies of HD DVD and Blu-Ray movies they?ve purchased.

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