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Valve: Left 4 Dead is not racist

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Valve writer Chet Faliszek has dismissed recent claims that L4D2 is racist as pure insanity.

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Audio Technica ATH-WM55, your new trendy headphone

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Audio Technica released a new set of trendy headphone the ATH-WM55 available in Black, Red and White with the possibility to change the headphone cover to the different colors.


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Chelmsford 'eyes' to hunt for other Earths

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The BBC report that the sensitive CCD detectors, the 'eyes', of NASA's upcoming Kepler mission, were made by a UK company

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Philips gives Cinema 21:9 HDTV a price and release date

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Wed already heard during a UK preview show that Philips Euro-only Cinema 21:9 HDTV would be priced around 3,000 when it launched sometime this Spring, but now weve got some more official details to share (and only half of it is good).

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CRG Annual Rally - April 5th

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The Cambridgeshire Repeater Group will be holding their annual rally on Sunday April 5th at Bottisham Village College, Bottisham

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Robots Compete To Excavate Moon Dust

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In February, we posted about how the first robots back to the moon are likely going to be little earth moon movers, designed to shift large amounts of regolith (i.


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Maingear intros Remix workstation for the creative professional

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We tell ya, Maingear doesnt get a lot of play amongst the big timers like Dell and HP, but it sure knows how to crank out machines that are just different enough to be worth examining.

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Samsung Eternity promises total Entertainment

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The Samsung Eternity touchscreen phone available on AT&T is the bestselling phone on LetsTalk and is of course free with a new contract. Reason enough to tak closer look at this Samsung device.

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Grand Cinema HD, the USB to HDMI with multi display wonder

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Here you are quite an impressive little USB to HDMI dongle. As you may already figured out, this Grand Cinema HD dongle allow you to transform any (or almost) PCs into a home cinema.

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Take-Two hates second-hand sales

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Take-Two has expressed dissatisfaction at stores like GameStop and GameStation and is moving to prevent further second-hand sales.

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Apple iSlate Will Have Built-in Projector

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The CES show is just around the corner and one of the major products that is being talked about is the Apple iSlate. Only Apple knows exactly what this product is, but many believe it will be a touch-screen tablet with a 7.


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Sony trademark PS Cloud name

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New Sony trademark could hint at competition for OnLive streaming service.

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MSI CX620, CR620 Classic Series Laptops Announced

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MSI has announced the 15. 6 CX620 and CR620 Classic Series laptops, both based on Intel?s Core i Series processors for 2010. Besides the Intel Arrandale CPUs, the MSI CX620 and CR620 include up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, and up to 500GB of hard drive space.


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Evans Sutherland will Display ESLP 8K Projectors at InfoComm 09

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Last month, you may have read about the new projector from Evans Sutherlands. Recently, the company announced that they are bringing the ESLP 8K projector to InfoComm next week for its debut.


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Remembering "Nautilus 90 North"

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America desperately needed heroes in the late 1950s. Our country was still trying to recover from the nonvictory in Korea. Our space program was literally blowing up on the launch pads down at Cape Canaveral. Then the Russians launched Sputnik. That single event sent a shiver through the Free World.

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What Happened To Scooby Doo

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Back in September of 2007, the Washington Post wrote an article about ground robots in action in Afghanistan and Iraq. We posted some excerpts that referred to one particular iRobot PackBot named Scooby Doo, who was destroyed in the line of duty while attempting to disarm an IED.

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GamesCom 2010 dates announced

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The dates and venue have been set for GamesCom 2010.

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Wireless water meters on the loose in New York City

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On the environmental tip, Mayor Bloomberg has announced that New York City will install 826,000 wireless water meters by 2011. Under the new system, readings will be sent to a network of rooftop receivers throughout the city every six hours, enabling the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to bill property owners every month with exact water usage -- with the bill available online.

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When Power Is Out, 'Hams' Pipe Up:

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As surely as snow and ice storms will descend and knock out power, the Red Cross will provide emergency help again this year with a big hand from the radio "hams." "Absolutely, yes," said Carol Freshour, emergency-services director at the Fairfield County chapter of the American Red Cross, which also serves Hocking County. "Amateur-radio people are just the best." The ham-radio operators relay messages and help when all else fails in our high-tech world.

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Russell Wemmer 94, W0MXJ (SK):

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In 1941, just two months after getting his ham license, Russell decided to spend the day roaming the low hills around Sedan Kansas hunting rabbits. The weather was pleasant for December but apparently too cold for the small game there about. Getting home before dark, he fired up the transmitter and sent out “CQ”. He got an immediate response, “Get off the air”. He listened for awhile but there was no one on any of the bands. Giving up hope of making a contact, he turned to the commercial band to hear that Pearl Harbor had been attacked and the country was at war. Russell would not get to use his ham license until after the end of WWII.

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Fight Night Round 4 Review

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Fight Night 4 has landed with all the force of George Foreman being dropped fist-first on to your console from the top of a small building. With a tonne of new modes and some changes to the control system, the only question is; Are you ready to rumble? We find out.

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TeleBlend Announces $99 Annual VoIP Phone Plan

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TeleBlend is a nationwide Internet phone service provider like Vonage or any other VoIP company. TeleBlend has announced a new phone service plan that those looking to make calls on the cheap should really like.


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