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Archive for October, 2021

Asus Rampage Extreme pictured in pretty pixels

Following HardOCP's review of the Maximus II Formula, CPU3D has now taken a look at its bigger brother - the Rampage Extreme (which is capable of a 710MHz FSB).

iPhone 3G jailbreak tool for Windows released

A sigh of relief comes from iPhone 3G owners now the Windows Jailbreak tool has been released. This is the one-click way to use your 3G iPhone on a Windows OS.

Creative roll-out ZEN Mozaic MP3 player

Creative has been rolling-out MP3 players like hotcakes lately. The latest model is the ZEN Mozaic, which is available in 2GB through to 16GB capacities.

Asus to introduce several Eee PC accessories

In an effort to make the Eee PC brand stand out from the crowd, Asus will soon introduce an external hard drive, external DVD writer and a 3G card to its netbook.

Gateway to stop selling PC’s through online store

Gateway has announced that it will soon stop selling PC's through its online store, instead focusing on third-party stores and other online retailers.

DisplayPort to see long term success, says iSuppli

Market research firm iSuppli believes that the royalty-free DisplayPort interface "will see some long-term success", and shipments will significantly rise by 2012.

Asus to boost Eee PC’s battery life soon

According to DigiTimes, Asus will soon introduce "whole-day" battery life and Internet storage, as well as monthly hardware and software upgrades to its Eee PC lineup.

Kingston unleash 16GB DataTraveler flash drives

Kingston has expanded its DataTraveler flash drive lineup with the addition of several 16GB capacity drives. Additionally, the DT101 is now available in three new colors.

20 new Crysis maps are now up for grabs

Gamershell are now hosting the first Crysis map pack to be released. 20 new maps are included, which range in file size from just under 1MB through to 42MB.

Gigabyte launch secure G45-based motherboard

Gigabyte has launched what it claims to be the industry's "most secure" G45 board. Marketing talk aside, the GA-EG45M-DS2H features Intel's X4500HD graphics core.

Broadband market share set to rise in the US

According to a recent Gartner study, 77% of US households will have a broadband connection by 2012. Currently, just over half the population have subscribed.

OCZ may make console Neural Impulse Actuator

OCZ's Tobias Brinkmann recently told TechRadar that the company is "looking into" developing a Neural Impulse Actuator for the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360.

EVGA launch watercooled, overclocked GTX 260

EVGA has rolled-out yet another GTX 260, although this one features its Hydro Copper 16 waterblock. Furthermore, the board is clocked higher than the FTW Edition.

E-tailer Newegg is on the road to Canada

As detailed in our forums earlier today, Newegg is en-route to Canada. Hardware Canucks have received word that opening will take place within a few months.

Windows 7 on track for early 2010, says Microsoft

Windows 7 developments are going smoothly and the OS is on track for an early 2010 launch, revealed Microsoft's Bill Veghte during a financial analyst meeting.

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