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Hitachi Releases CP-D10 Projector in Australia

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Hitachi is releasing a new projector into Australia, the CP-D10. This projector features 2000 ANSI lumens, 400:1 contrast ratio, and a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.


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Sapphire ATI Radeon HD 5750 1GB Review

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Rounding out ATI's new line of DirectX 11 graphics cards comes the Sapphire Radeon HD 5750. With 1GB of GDDR5 and running on a cut down Juniper GPU, does this more affordable offering provide an attractive stepping stone to DX11? We find out.

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AMSAT Forum Videos

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Videos of the six presentations at the AMSAT Forum at the 2009 Dayton Hamvention are now on the AMSAT website

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Intel's Lynnfield will hit upwards of 2.3GHz DDR3

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We've had a play with some P55 boards in the labs and come up with some interesting revelations about Intel's upcoming CPU.

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Opera creates new JavaScript engine

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Opera has announced a new JavaScript engine for Opera 10, which should vastly improve performance - and get it closer to first place in the SunSpider benchmark tests.

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Galaxy GeForce GTS 250 1GB review

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Galaxy is an Nvidia partner that's been cranking out graphics cards in the States for years. With a plan to move to the UK in the pipeline, we got in their GeForce GTS 250 1GB to take a look at the approaches the company takes to making its products stand out from the crowd.

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Echostar shows off its SlingLoaded T2200S HD DVR for cable

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It didnt take long for Echostar to turn its ViP 922 SlingLoaded DVR for DISH into a tru2way powered HD DVR for cable viewers ready to placeshift live and prerecorded TV, and now weve got a glimpse of what it will look like.

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Playcast launches games-on-demand service

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Playcast has launched an new games-on-demand system that could rival Onlive, but which is only available in Israel.

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The best way to clean your keyboard

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You defrag your hard disk, delete old programs and route your cables neatly, but when it comes to PC maintenance its likely you're overlooking something obvious - your keyboard. From fluorescent goo to the dishwasher, we take a look at the best ways to shine up your QWERTY keys.

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Nauru DXpedition

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Dani, EA4ATI, who is currently active as 9M2TI from Malaysia, is preparing for a DXpedition (with a team of operators) to activate Nauru in the Pacific sometime in May. The callsign will be C21TI

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Super Talent unloads 32GB / 64GB SSDs for ASUS Eee PC S101

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If your prior budget forced you to select an ASUS Eee PC S101 with just 16GB of succulent SSD storage space, Super Talent has the cure. The outfit has just introduced three new solid state drives made specifically for the aforementioned netbook, all of which tout 90 MB/sec maximum sequential read speeds and up to 55 MB/sec write speeds.

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Intel Core i5 Details emerge

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Intel has with the Core i7 a dominating presence in the high-end PC segment. Intel is supposed to bring more affordable Core i5 CPU (codename Lynnfield) and chipsets this year.


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EA Sports to abandon physical media on PC

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The EA Sports label of Electronic Arts will apparently completely drop the idea of physical distribution on the PC soon.

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DOD Runs Red Balloon Test Saturday:

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The U. S. Defense Department is conducting a Communications/Internet exercise Saturday (12-5-09) that may be of interest to many hams. They will be tethering 10 big red balloons at undisclosed locations in the US.

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Surf the Web Wirelessly Via D-Star!

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The D-Star digital mode is becoming more popular with nearly 10,000 registered D-Star gateway users worldwide. These Icom radios allow you to deliver voice and data communications simultaneously over the same frequency! Imaging being able to surf the web from a laptop or iPod Touch over wireless internet for free!

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Samsung Memoir outed in T-Mobile Scoop, launch seems imminent

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At this point, we just wish February 25th would go on and get here. As if we really needed another ounce of proof that the 8 megapixel Samsung Memoir was coming to T-Mobile, weve now been informed that said handset has been showcased in the latest rendition of the T-Mobile Scoop.

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'Technology Net' another interesting subject this week

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The subject for this week's Technology Net is 'ARRL VHF QSO Party – Adventure from an Arkansas Mountain' Sept/2009, presented by Jacque Dupuy (JD) NØIRS

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The Amateur Radio Crossword Puzzler

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JAPAN TEXTURE Part II, Special Edition, the Best for Your iPhone

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Back in April 2009, Softbank announced a gorgeous limited edition lacquered iPhone case JAPAN TEXTURE for iPhone 3G: Gorgeous Hand Made Lacquered Cases for Your Beloved iPhone, while absolutely gorgeous and expensive (39,800 Yen) and ultra limited with only 50 pieces each, Softbank thought that wasnt enough and yesterday we were stunned to receive an update via press release of a new set of AMAZING lacquered iPhone cases, the APAN TEXTURE Special Editions sold for 99,800 Yen each, five models (741 or $1051 US) Indeed the recession is over and we are back on track for recovery! .


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ILLW 2009

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The Ayr Amateur Radio Group, organizers of the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend (ILLW) say they have become aware of a certain web site which claims that the event has been extended to one week with a date change from 15/16 August to 1 through 9 August 2009

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Winlink 2000 - This Ain’t Grandpa’s Packet Radio Program

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A local radio club who is heavily involved in Emergency Communications is hosting a meeting to discuss packet radio next week. When I initially heard that, I was thinking, why would anyone be interested in packet radio these days? After doing a bit more investigation, I realized that I was passing judgment too quickly (a bad habit of mine). So, I stuck it out for awhile longer and did the research.

The meeting topic is going to be presented by W2SWR (neat call huh?) and the topic is going to introduce a project called Winlink 2000. Obviously I knew nothing about this project until now. Reading over their Web site was rather interesting and very useful for those who are into volunteering for Emergency Services operations.

This Ain't Your Grandpa's Packet Radio System

Here's Your Grandpa's Archaic Packet Radio System

Winlink 2000 (WL2K) is a worldwide system of volunteer resources supporting e-mail by radio. The system has non-commercial links to internet e-mail. The primarily purpose of the Winlink 2000 network system is to assist the maritime, mobile or remotely located user, and to provide emergency email capabilities to community agencies.”

As usual, resources to run and maintain the project and its traffic come from the Ham Community, MARS systems operators and other volunteer groups. The Winlink 2000 system provides services to Emergency Communicators and licensed operators without Internet access.

Winlink is free of charge to all licensed operators or members of a related organization. Development of Winlink 2000 is an all volunteer, non-profit project associated with the Amateur Radio Safety Foundation. The project only functions by donations and the efforts of Ham Radio operators worldwide.

If you would like to know more about the project, submit a tax deductible donation or volunteer your technical expertise, visit their Website for more information.

The Winlink 2000 site is rather large with much to read. Here are few shortcuts.

Visit the Getting Started Page

Register and Read Winlink 2000 for Dummies!

Join The Winlink 2000 Yahoo Group

WINMOR A New HF Protocol Utilizing Winlink 2000

Action Items:
So come on, fess up!
Did you already know about Winlink 2000 project?
Are you a user or volunteer?
What are your experiences with it?
Please, throw in your comments.

      

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Microsoft Gives Tampa Police Microsoft Surface for Super Bowl Sunday

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Super Bowl XLIII is this weekend and nearly a quarter of a million people will be in Tampa Bay Florida to watch the game live. With that many people the stadiums security as well as the city police decided to upgrade with a brand new Microsoft Surface in their command room.

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