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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 20:47

Now we have Kepler Details Leaking

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Since AMD has had a few leaks about their Tahiti GPU it only serves to reason that nVidia would manage a few of their own. After all, what is good for one side is good for the other. We found…
Kingston is in the news again for breaking world records. This time it was a team of three mad Romanian overclockers that pushed things over the limit. The kits used were all dual-channel (sorry no quad channel OC records… yet)…
Saturday, 10 December 2011 07:12

More Tahiti Pictures Leak onto the Web

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Well now, it looks like there are two leaked pictures on the Internet that are reportedly of AMD’s new Tahiti GPU. The first was leaked onto the Beyond3D Forums.  The image there appeared to show two of the next generation…
Friday, 09 December 2011 22:46

HP to Rlease WebOS to the Open Source Community

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HP appears to be taking a leaf out of AMD’s book; when times get tough, move to the open source community. Now I know that last statement is going to bug people, but just to be clear that is not…
Thursday, 08 December 2011 22:50

Galaxy Tab 10.1 Ban lifted in Australia

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We have been saying that the tide is turning against Apple and its legal campaign to stomp out the competition. We have been hearing that Apple’s efforts to ban the Galaxy tab 10.1 in Australia were before the actual case…
Thursday, 08 December 2011 22:15

Google Launches Currents "News Stand" app

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Google is working overtime to catch up to and pass other companies in the social networking and tablet market. While there is no doubt that Google+ has quite a ways to go, in the mobile OS department Google is doing…
Thursday, 08 December 2011 12:19

AMD Cancels Krishna and Witchita 28nm CPUs

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If you were looking for any additional confirmation that AMD is reorganizing for a major rally then the announcement that they are canceling CPUs before they are launched might be of interest for you. It appears that AMD will be…
Thursday, 08 December 2011 07:00

US DoJ Investigating E-Book Price Fixing Too

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Although this is not really new information; it appears that there is enough evidence that the major players in the e-book market have been collaborating to keep e-book prices higher than they should be in the US that an investigation…
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 00:11

Intel talking to Google about Android

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Well, well, well. Remember how we told you that AMD is providing direct hardware and engineering support for the Android-x86 project? Well now we are hearing that Intel is working on Android for x86 too. However, instead of working with…
Monday, 05 December 2011 22:01

CarrierIQ, Not a Keylogger after all

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It looks like the CarrierIQ debacle was quite possibly be a case of Chicken Little meets the digital era with a sinister plot twist. A few weeks ago the news broke that a software researcher (Trevor Eckhart) had found that…
Monday, 05 December 2011 19:57

Kaspersky Leaves the BSA over SOPA

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With SOPA still a hot topic we are hearing about more fallout as lines are being drawn even between one time partners. We have heard that several members of the Business Software Alliance have asked the organization to pull all…
Ok... remember how we told you that we had a suspicion that AMD might be working on an x86 based SoC.  We have already seen several signs pointing to a major push on something new and we know that AMD…
Thursday, 01 December 2011 22:32

Ivy Bridge Benchmarks Leaked

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You knew this would happen (as it does almost every time a new CPU is ready to hit the market). In the hype leading up to the release we always start to see “leaked” slides that contain pricing, technical details…
With everything going on in the world and the noise about SOPA the last thing we need is another scandal. Unfortunately that is exactly what we have with CarrierIQ, a tracking and metrics software that is reported installed on a…
With PCIe 3.0 just coming on to the scene the PCI special interest group (PCI-SIG) just announced that they are planning on releasing PCIe 4.0 sometime around 2014-2015. Now that is assuming we all survive the Mayan apocalypse, but if…
Wednesday, 30 November 2011 19:43

Karma pays a visit to AT&T

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Karma is a bitch they say and there are times when that is perfectly the case. The FCC was blocked from enforcing a level of net neutrality and also in its attempts to prevent carriers and ISPs overstepping their bounds…
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