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Amazon Kindle Fire Color Tablet
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 28 September 2011 17:37

From Wired:

This Is the New Amazon Kindle Fire Color Tablet—and It’s Only $199!

This is incredible. The new Amazon Kindle Fire will cost only $199! This is a killer price for a color tablet. Even while it doesn't match the iPad's features, there's going to be some fierce competition this year.

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Why Facebook's new Open Graph makes us all part of the web underclass
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 27 September 2011 18:44

From The Guardian:

When you own a domain you're a first class citizen of the web. A householder and landowner. What you can do on your own website is only very broadly constrained by law and convention. You can post the content you like. You can run the software you want, including software you've written or customised yourself. And you can design it to look the way you want. If you're paying for a web hosting service and you don't like it (or they don't like you) you can pack up your site and move it to another host. Your URLs will stay the same and so your visitors won't notice. You get a great deal of freedom in return for the cost of running your own site. Your site could still be there in a decade's time, possibly even in a century.

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Gainward GT 520 1GB SilentFX with 0dB
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 26 September 2011 20:35

From Fudzilla:

Nvidia Geforce GT 520 launched in April as a low-end Geforce 500 series graphics card. Today, we’ll introduce you to Gainward’s GT 520 1GB SilentFX.

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Battlefield 3 recommended specs only good for medium settings
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 23 September 2011 18:24

From Bitgamer:

Dice community manager Daniel Matros has dropped an internet bombshell by stating that a PC built around the Battlefield 3 recommended system requirements, which were released earlier this week, will only be able to run the game at Medium settings.

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Google+ Suddenly Looks Pretty Busy for a Ghost Town
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 21 September 2011 17:40

From Wired.com:

Google+ is opening up. The service that the enthusiastic and curious once begged to join is now open to anyone with a Google account, except those unfortunate Apps users (what’s up with that?). Users new and old also get to play with plenty of new desktop and mobile toys to remind them what was exciting about G+ in the first place. New APIs even let developers in on the fun.

 

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Windows 8 Refresh, Reset, and Windows To Go
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 19 September 2011 19:37

From ArsTechnica:

Though aimed primarily at software developers, last week's BUILD conference introduced a few new Windows 8 features that will make the lives of enterprise IT departments easier. Windows 8 Refresh and Reset will both make it easier to clean malfunctioning systems and restore them to a working state, and Windows To Go offers new deployment features using Windows installations that run directly from USB.

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What is the best 400-599W PSU?
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 15 September 2011 20:08

From Bit-tech.net:

We spend a lot of our time testing and reviewing some of the most expensive and desirable computer hardware on earth, all of which has one element in common – a relentless thirst for power. It’s therefore strange that many people regard the humble PSU as a component on which they can skimp; after all, why pay extra cash when doing so won’t net you any extra frame rates?

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PC Laptop Makers Have Completely Given Up
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 14 September 2011 20:42

From Gizmodo:

Intel dumped $300 million into the laptop industry to buy it something it's never had before: attention. Ultrabooks sound cool, and could look beautiful while running like little thin crust pizzas of awesome. Instead, we're seeing pathetic MacBook Air clones.

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Microsoft previews Windows 8 at BUILD
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 12 September 2011 20:05

From ArsTechnica:

Microsoft's hotly anticipated BUILD conference kicks off Tuesday, September 13, with a keynote expected to focus on the future of Windows 8. We know a little about Microsoft's new operating system already: that it will feature a Metro-style interface similar to Windows Phone 7 and that it will be optimized for both touchscreen tablets and traditional desktops and laptops.

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Microsoft, Samsung may unveil first Windows 8 tablet next week
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 08 September 2011 20:36

From ArsTechnica:

The first Windows 8 tablet will reportedly be unveiled next week by Samsung and Microsoft. The news originates from the Korea Economic Daily, which the AFP news service quotes as saying the Windows 8 tablet from Samsung will be shown at Microsoft’s BUILD conference for developers in Anaheim Sept. 13-16.

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