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Archive for October 17th, 2021

Firefox market share on the rise, passes 19%

With Firefox 3 powering forward in top gear, the browser's market share has climbed over 19%. Internet Explorer, on the other hand, is on a steady decline.

87% of PlayStation 3 owners watch Blu-ray

A report has indicated that a staggering 87% of PlayStation 3 owners watch Blu-ray movies on their consoles. HD DVD didn't stand a chance!

GeForce 9500 GT pictured, arriving July 29th

Various pictures of the GeForce 9500 GT have emerged. The board is said to be up to 3 times faster than the 8500 GT, and is heading for a July 29th launch.

GeForce 9800 GTX+ to be official on July 16th?

Although partners may have jumped the gun with the 9800GTX+, Expreview believes that Nvidia will officially announce its HD 4850 rival on July 16th.

PlayStation Network to remain free, says Sony

PSN boss Eric Lempel has claimed in a recent interview that the PlayStation Network will remain a free service, despite a sudden surge in popularity.

Eee PC 904 specifications published – no Atom

Specifications for the Eee PC 904 have surfaced. Under the hood lies a 900MHz Celeron M CPU, 1GB of RAM, and an 80GB hard drive.

Hitachi strive for 5TB hard drive by 2010

Hitachi has plans of launching a 3.5-inch hard drive equipped with 5TB of storage by 2010. A density of 1TB per square inch is required to achieve this.

Sony to shift focus onto OLED production

Sony's Stan Glasgow has told CNet, among many things - this was an interview after all - that the company is shifting its focus to OLED TV developments.

Asus Eee PC 900 outfitted with a touch screen

The folks over at JKKMobile have equipped an Eee PC 900 with a touch screen. The mod doesn't appear to be too difficult, and it's reasonably cheap to perform.

Defective notebook GPU’s named, faults detailed

Following Nvidia's announcement of faulty notebook GPU's, DigiTimes report that the chips in question are the Geforce 8500M-series launched last year.

Nvidia supports PhysX on Radeon project

As the PhysX on Radeon saga continues to unfold, it seems that Nvidia is in fact helping NGOHQ.com develop the software needed to run CUDA on AMD boards.

More Radeon HD 4870 X2 pretty pixels emerge

Two additional Radeon HD 4870 X2 pictures have surfaced courtesy of Chiphell. The nude shots seen last month are indeed a hard act to follow.

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