The merger of the only two satellite radio companies has been approved by the Justice Department who determines whether or not it would negatively affect consumers or not. The only hurdle left is the FCC.
This phone has a 3.2-inch screen that is a touchscreen. It also offers up Haptic feedback when you touch a button on the screen. It looks pretty similar to the Croix style handsets, but clearly has a totally different UI.
Asus may have taken that whole CrossFireX multi-GPU thing a little too far. This concept card packs in three RV670 cores and offers up 4 DVI ports.
I know that when the first iteration of Quad SLI came out, it was the hot thing. Every boutique PC manufacturer was clamoring for the ability to offer it, and the few that got it sold those things like hotcakes, these days however, things aren’t going so well on the Quad SLI front.
Do you remember that semi-formal roadmap we saw not too long ago that pretty much stated that Microsoft had seen the error of their mobile ways and with 6.1 they were going to fix a lot of things and make a move towards higher useability? Well I don’t know if that’s come true or not, but word is that we’ll find out on April 1st.
Supposedly April 1st is the release date for the new version of Windows Mobile which is rumored to include a newer, better, web browser that allows for zoom and scrolling with ease. It also will offer up a more Vista-like UI, copy/paste from IE, new fonts, a task manage more similar to its desktop siblings, WiFi indicator, and auto-configure in ActiveSync for your email.
This player has a 4.3-inch, 16:9, 480x272 resolution screen on it. It has a 400MHz processor, and some pretty amazing other features.
Intel has cuts more watts on its new server and workstation CPUs by introducing several L5400 Quad-Core series chips. The L5420 and L5410 run at 2.50 GHz and 2.33 GHz, respectively with 1333MHz FSB - Both chips features 12MB of cache.
Information superhighway is just not the same when censorship comes to play; China has been blocking many websites in order to “shield” its people from being exposed to the outspoken world.
China has been nicknamed “The Great Firewall of China” for frequently controlling the Internet content availability to its people, that includes entries on BBC News website.
Anyone who grew up in a school with uniforms and harsh restrictions might find this product intriguing. I myself went to catholic school until Jr. High, luckily I escaped the evil nuns after that or I'd have spent my teen years in gray plaid skirts. Which anyone that knows me these days knows that me in that little color is not going to happen. I'd have spent my days in detention, pushing the rules. However, a few girls in the UK decided to be smart about their pushing of the rules.
Anyone who read or watched The Lord of the Rings might have found themselves envious of Frodo's Mithril shirt that successfully protected him from a stab wound, might be excited to know they could be able to snag the real life version. Yet another example of science catching up with fantasy, the company Nihon Uni has created a shirt that will protect against stab wounds.