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Transcend unveils black slim portable CD/DVD writer

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Riding on the success of its 8X slim portable CD/DVD writer, Transcend today announced a black version to join the current white edition. With a brand new gloss black casing, compact dimension and versatile functions, the Transcend CD/DVD writer is perfect for thin-and-light laptopsor even netbooksfor diverse entertainment and enhanced productivity.


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New Left 4 Dead DLC coming soon

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Valve has promised a new bunch of DLC for Left 4 Dead, as well as a demo for the sequel by the end of the year.

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3D Home Theater

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Ever since the growing popularity of 3D technology, more and more companies are starting to find ways to use it to benefit them. Many home theater design companies are starting to use 3D virtual simulations to design home theaters for their clients.


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Ham Radio Operator Ready to Help in Disasters:

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LAKE STEVENS -- When people across the country turned their attention to TV screens broadcasting news from Haiti after the quake, Frank Remington turned on his amateur radio. A network providing emergency communications for the Salvation Army called out for volunteers to help handle emergency messages from the country. Remington, 68, a skilled radio operator with more than 40 years of experience, was up for the challenge. Meanwhile, voices were coming through, making contact with Remington. A priest off the coast of Haiti. A search and rescue team from South Africa whose plane just landed in Port-Au-Prince. A doctor who was looking for an armed guard to help a nurse deliver insulin for a diabetic patient. Staying tuned in from his Lake Stevens home, the retired Boeing worker wondered what would happen if the unspeakable happened right here in Snohomish County. "It makes you wonder, how prepared are we," he said. "When all else fails, amateur radio operators are going to be the ones to supply communications." Remington is part of a specially trained group that works directly with the county's Department of Emergency Management to help with search and rescue operations and other missions in case of disaster. Few people know that hospitals and city halls are equipped with a radio, he said. It can be a lifeline in an emergency. Remington has a generator and his car is equipped with a radio transmitter. A special license plate bears his call sign, a unique code issued to ham radio operators. If a crisis hits home, he will be ready. Amateur radio operators, or hams, have to be licensed with the Federal Communications Commission. Remington first got his license in 1961. As a young boy, he lived next door to a ham and became interested in the hobby.

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Dell Studio 15 17, XPS 16 Now with WiMAX

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Dell has added WiMAX module option to the Studio 15, Studio 17, and Studio XPS 16 laptops. For $60, customers can get the Intel 5150 WiMAX / Wireless-N combo card instead of the default Intel 5100 Wireless-N card.


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Trojan PS2 made of wood earns store credit for craftsman, shame for retailer

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Ever wonder why retail boxes for videogame consoles have windows in them? Its so that retailers can scan the serial numbers when you buy them and then do so again should you decide to make a return, in theory preventing you from pulling a switcheroo.

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HRP-4C Displays Wedding Dress, Wishful Thinking

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Fear not, this HRP-4C isnt actually getting married. Shes just modeling a wedding dress, because shes a professional model, remember? Developer Kazuhito Yokoi, who appeared at todays fashion show in a tuxedo, expressed his wishes for the robots future.


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First look: MSI’s Westmere H57M-ED65 Mobo

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We take a sneak peak at one of the first motherboards we've seen that's ready for Intel's up-coming, 32nm Westmere CPUs. MSI's H57M-ED65 is a micro-ATX board that really looks the part, with chunky heastsinks, stylish design and layout and display outputs for the CPU's integrated GPU.

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The 2009 ARRL National Convention and Dayton Hamvention: Two Weeks and Counting!

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On May 15-17, hams from all over the world will make their way to the Hara Arena, located in Trotwood, Ohio for the 2009 ARRL National Convention and Dayton Hamvention®. Held annually since 1952, Hamvention is one of the largest Amateur Radio gathering in the world.

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Three Main Approaches to Micro Projector Displays

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Do you need a big display for your next presentation, but dont have the space to carry a big projector? Then you might be interested in one of the many new micro-projectors that are revolutionizing the projector industry.


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Nanotech research could fit 10.5TB of data onto disk the size of a quarter

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Two researchers, Ting Xu and Thomas Russell, are in the midst of developing some potentially sweet nanotech that could allow storage of around 10. 5TB of data on a space the size of a quarter.

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DDR3 memory review competition winners announced

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We've been looking for new ideas on memory coverage on bit-tech and last month we announced a competition asking your opinion.

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Nissan All-New Fairlady Z Roadster- A two-seat convertible with a fully automatic power-operated soft top

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Nissan announced the release of the new Fairlady Z Roadster, which goes on sale today at Nissan dealers in Japan. In addition, the Fairlady Z Coupe receives minor new model enhancements and a new Fairlady Z 40th Anniversary model, which marks the first four decades of the popular Nissan sports car, joins the lineup.


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Now You Know! Santa's a Ham!

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For 37 years, Mickey Hicks, WO6T, played Santa Claus to hundreds of children. These children never sat on Santa's lap to tell him that they had been good boys and girls and what they wanted for Christmas. They did it in a much more simple way -- they picked up a microphone and told Santa on the air. Each year, Hicks, a ham for almost 50 years and a long-time Amateur Radio instructor, would get on the air for 10 days each December as W6S (Whiskers-6-Santa). Unfortunately, Hicks became a Silent Key earlier this year.

Read more: eHam.net News

 

IE trails browser benchmarks

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Testing carried out by ZDNet Australia shows Internet Explorer 8 trailing the JavaScript performance stakes when compared to other next-gen browsers.

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Keepin it real fake, part CLXXX: Its a Zune! Its an iPod! Its a spoof!

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Simply aping one device at a time has just become too easy for the cloning labs in the backwoods of China, as evidenced by the two-for-one produced here by QQ.

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Hams in Australia Assist with Massive Bushfires:

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In the Australian state of Victoria, Amateur Radio operators have been activated to provide communications links into towns that have had their normal communications destroyed by the bushfires that have decimated the state. Members of the Wireless Institute Civil Emergency Network in Victoria (WICEN (Vic) -- Australia's version of ARES -- were activated on February 8, with members being deployed to areas with loss of power and other facilities.

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Pioneer AVIC-Z3

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Pioneer AVIC-Z3 is a double DIN in-dash HDD based GPS navigation system. It is the most expensive from the manufacturer, with an MSRP of $1800 (however Amazon has Pioneer AVIC-Z3 for $1310).

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Professor Layton and Pandora's Box Review

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We take a rare look at the Nintendo DS to try to crack the latest Layton game - a series of riddle-based adventure games that are worthy of even the most hardcore gamers. Can Pandora's Box match the enormous success of The Curious Village? We set out to find the answer!

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get topo maps on your iPhone

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TopoPointUSA is a new application for iPhone by Ebranta Technologies. Apparently its worlds only GPS enabled application for displaying United States Geological Survey (USGS) high resolution topographical map images and your GPS position whether you are online or not.

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Amateur Radio in the Gulf Times

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Last month, the Gulf Times newspaper reported on the Open Day held by the Qatar Amateur Radio Society (QARS)

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