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Access Launching Linux Phone

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Another contender is throwing their hat into the smartphone ring. Access, the same company that bought the rights to the Palm OS, is coming out with a badass new smartphone.


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Zii Trinity Phone Hands-On and ZiiLife

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he fab cats at CNET Asia has received their copy of the Zii Trinity. In case youre excited about this particular phone, please read back to the first time we heard about the Zii Trinity (hint: its not for sale).


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John E. Portune, W6NBC, Wins October QST Cover Plaque Award

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The winner of the QST Cover Plaque Award for October is John E. Portune, W6NBC, for his article "The Quadrifilar Helix as a 2 Meter Base Antenna Station." Congratulations, John! The winner of the QST Cover Plaque award -- given to the author or authors of the best article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll Web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the November issue by Monday, November 30.

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History This Week

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A look back at events that made history this week - compiled by the Summerland Amateur Radio Club of Lismore, NSW

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Top 10 PC games chart

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We take a look at the retail PC games chart in the UK, as well as the Steam download chart

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Optoma Announces PK201 and PK301 Projectors

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Optoma is the worlds bestselling brand of DLP projectors. Today, the company has announced that they are displaying two new pico projectors at this years Consumer Electronics Show.


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Pool Hall, Sports Bar, and Home Theater All in One

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The sports bar is one of the main places families like to go for dinners. They provide an environment that virtually everyone can enjoy. The home owner of this theater wanted to go one step further and bring that environment to his home.


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Home Theater Has 3300 DVDs Ready to Go

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People love to have collections, whether its stamps, comic books, or even baseball cards. James Pestones collects DVD movies and his entire collection was stored on the top floor of his house.


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IBM Technology Alliance reveals 28nm chip plans

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IBM's partners, including AMD's former fabrication wing, GlobalFoundries, announce that they are developing 28nm chips.

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Sharper Image Announces EC-PJ10 Projector

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Everyone wants the best projector for the lowest price. Today, Sharper Image announced that they will be releasing soon their first pocket projector, the EC-PJ10.


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ESPN gives the middle finger to Net Neutrality

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Want to view ESPN's sports programmes? You'd better make sure you're with the right ISP if you do.

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Synaptics introduces 10-finger multitouch

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Synaptics has introduced a new range of capacitive touchscreens capable of scaling to display sizes of 8" inches and tracking ten individual points of contact.

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I need something to get my teeth into

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So PC gaming isn’t dead. To be honest I’ve known that for a while. Even though previous reports had it supposedly well behind console gaming (mainly because they forgot a little genre called MMO, duh), those of us who are lucky enough to have a half decent PC with a broadband connection are usually aware there are things like Steam, and free online games like Desktop Tower Defence that more often than not, occupy way too much of our time to even think about giving any of the current generation of consoles a second glance.

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Epson Expands ImageWay Partner Program

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Epson is the leading provider of an extensive range of printers, 3LCD projectors, scanners and point-of-service printers that are renowned for their high quality, functionality, innovation and energy efficiency.


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Why I don’t like consoles

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I should probably start by saying that I’ve owned a few consoles in my time. My first was an Atari 2600, followed by a Sega Master System with built-in Alex Kidd. I’ve owned a Saturn, a Gamegear, a Dreamcast, an N64, a Gamecube, a Gameboy, a Gameboy Advance, several PlayStations and a PlayStation 2.

So what changed? The short answer is, I got a PC, but since I have about 400 words to write so may as well elaborate a little. When I was 18, I finally saved enough cash up to get ripped off by a local PC builder that barely had a clue what he was doing and charged people for the privilege of slapping together PCs.

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Hitachi Develops Glasses-free 3D Display

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Hitachi is proud to announce that they have developed a way to take the 3D glasses out of the 3D experience. Called the Full Parallax 3D TV this display actually isnt a TV, but instead of comprised of 16 projectors that uses a lens array sheet to cover the screen.


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Rockridge introduced new Desktop Speakers, the FDS222

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Rockridge Japan released new set of active desktop speakers, the FDS222. Nothing really particular, our speakers will provide you an output power of 5W (2.


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Fourth Law Of Robotics Shirt From ThinkGeek

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As much as I love ThinkGeek, theyre obviously not familiar with the pure geek awesomeness that is combat robotics. I propose a new Rule 4: A Geek May Not Injure A Robot Or, Through Inaction, Allow A Robot To Come To Harm, Unless Said Geek Promises To Replace Harmed Components With Stronger And More Dangerous Ones.


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IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey Preview

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We've been hands-on with the latest game in the long-running IL-2 Sturmovik series of World War 2 arcade flight sims to see how the series holds up after jumping to consoles. Is IL-2 Sturmovik set to be a console classic too, or is it all going to end in tears? We find out.

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Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works

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Duke Nukem voice actor Jon St. John has indicated Duke Nukem Forever may still be in the works.

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Maingear Relaunches F131 Gaming PC

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Boutique gaming PC maker Maingear has relaunched its popular F131 gaming desktop. The new version of the machine offers custom laser etching on the case and advanced liquid cooling for the CPU from CoolIT.


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