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Microsoft Announces Support for Windows Marketplace or Mobile

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Microsoft has announced that support has been gathered for a coming Windows Mobile application store called Windows Marketplace for Mobile. The store will be much like the Apple App Store that has been such a huge hit and massive moneymaker for Apple and its iPhone/iPod touch.

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Transcend DDR3 1333MHz Memory Kit for Intel Core i5 Platforms

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Transcend is now shipping new DDR3 1333MHz memory module kit designed for Intels latest LGA1156 Core i5 and Core i7 platforms. The Transcend DDR3 1333MHz dual-channel memory kit is perfectly matched for use with Intels next-generation desktop PC platform, Core i5.


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GTA: Chinatown Wars sales are "disappointing"

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Sales of the first Grand Theft Auto game to hit the DS have been nothing short of awful according to analysts.

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Juneau's Hams:

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Radio enthusiasts use their hobby to benefit communities: JUNEAU - Long before the internet and cell phones, there was high frequency radio commonly known as shortwave radio. Though most people prefer to communicate using more contemporary technology, shortwave radio is still widely used and considered by operators to be a reliable method of communication. Shortwave radio by amateur radio operators is still commonly used during natural disasters, in remote areas and in navigating land and sea. Radios are present and used during the Iditarod, Yukon Quest and other wilderness races around the state, as well as in local events such as Juneau's Fourth of July parade. There are nearly 300 licensed amateur radio operators in Juneau, who call each other "hams." Each has met requirements set by the Federal Communications Commission, by passing a licensing test and been given a unique call sign that they use to identify themselves over the airwaves. Every amateur radio operator licensed in Alaska has the letter "L" in the second position of the call sign. No other state or U. S. territory has an "L" in this position. The Juneau Amateur Radio Club consists of anything but amateurs, as far as skill level is concerned. The licensing process requires extensive knowledge of electronics, communication techniques and key concepts. The term "amateur" simply refers to the fact that members communicate on a strictly volunteer basis. It is illegal for a ham to change for their services, or conduct commercial business on their frequencies and they say they would not accept a reward if offered to them.

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T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender Edition Delayed?

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If youre a big fan of Fender guitars (or just want to seem like one) youve probably looked at the upcoming myTouch 3G Fender edition. This custom version of the myTouch 3G is more than just a change of skin.


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Samsung Gravity 2 For T-Mo Launches

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Theres a new mid-range QWERTY mobile phone on the T-Mobile network today, according to TmoNews. The Samsung Gravity 2 is out, and looking pretty nifty.


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GAME admits Christmas sales slump

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Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.

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SSTV Pictures from the ISS:

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Keep up with ARISS SSTV progress by visiting the SSTV mission blog. Learn more about this project by visiting the Frequently Asked Questions page. You may submit SSTV reception reports by going here. We may not be able to display every image because of quality or duplication but it is important for you to submit them for engineering analysis purposes. The rest will be archived onto a subsidiary page.

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Stealth Computer launches fanless mini

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Stealth Computer has launched a fanless mini-desktop capable of full-HD playback via DVI or HDMI - but the silent design comes with a hefty price tag.

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Seasonic M12D SS-850W PSU

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We've rounded up and finalised our opinions of the Seasonic M12D, and now it's time for the overall performance results. Does Seasonic's champion 80Plus Silver model hit the spot to overrule the Antec Signature, Enermax Revolution 85+ and Cooler Master UCP 900W?

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Alfred Powell Morgan: the Eternal Boy Turns 120

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His real name was Alfred Powell Morgan, but Peter Pan might have been a better moniker for the man who led many a lost boy into the Neverland of radio and electronics through much of the 20th Century.

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DIY: Fixing Your 1TB Seagates BSY Status

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Im you all heard about the recent mess that locked up many Seagate HDDs and renderd them completely useless More information here on The Inquirer For many this problem resulted in returning the HDD to Seagate and losing their data.


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Shenzen Seed Industrial introduces the HT560 (a.k.a iMPC) MID powered by VIA C7

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Judging by its specs, it seems to be a good one in its class, indeed. Featuring a 5. 6 TFT ( 800?480) touch screen and weighing only 410 gr. , it also sports a VIA C7 processor with clockspeed of 1.


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Gigabytes M1305 Notebook Has External Graphics Card

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Every once in a while, manufacturers try something thats actually new. Take Gigabyte. Theyve just announced a new ultra-thin notebook, the M1305.


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Dell files to strip netbook of trademark status

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Well, you knew this was going to happen: Dells filed a petition with the United States Patent and Trademark Office requesting that Psions netbook trademark be canceled.

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Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme 4870X2

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Finally, an arftermarket cooler capable of taming the raging temperatures of the Radeon HD 4870 X2. We take a look at Arctic Cooling's new VGA cooler to see if the performance is good enough to justify tinkering with your high-end graphics card.

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Optoma Announces TX536 and TS526 Projectors

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Optoma is known for creating some impressive DLP digital projectors. Recently, the company announced two new data-grade portable projectors, the TX536 and TS526.


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Watchdog urges Libya to stop blocking websites (AFP)

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Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Libya to stop blocking access to YouTube and to at least seven independent or opposition websites, saying it was a AFP - Human Rights Watch has called on Libya to stop blocking access to YouTube and to at least seven independent or opposition websites, saying it was a "disturbing step away from press freedom."


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This Week in Amateur Radio #825 - Week of January 31, 2009

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THIS WEEKS PROGRAM RUNNING TIME: -------------------------------- * FULL VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 93 minutes. ------------------------------------------- * HEADLINE NEWS VERSION of This Week in Amateur Radio runs 61 minutes. SPECIAL PROGRAM NOTES: * Closed circuit advisory and weekly program promos are available as a separate audio file download. CONTENT: ------- Stories covered and special features in This Weeks edition: 01. Laura L.Smith is named to amateur radio enforcement role at the FCC. 02. Michael J Kopps is named acting FCC Chairman by President Barrack Obama. 03. Julius Genechowski is appointed to head of FCC by President Obama. 04. A Pennsylvania amateur receives a $4000. Notice of Apparent Liability from the FCC. 05. House Republicans kill the Digital Television Transition delay bill, so now what? 06. Dean Feken, KL7MA is appointed Oklahoma Section Manager. 07. Amateur radio operations can resume from Midway Atoll. 08. J.John Thompson WB5SYT is appointed new West Gulf Division Vice President. 09. Strong winds topple broadcast and amateur antennas across Spain. 10. Motorola announces another round of layoffs. 11. The US and South Africa cooperate to search for lost vessel at sea. 12. Russia says there will be no more tourist trips to Space Station. 13. NASA is asking the amateur radio community for help with mission. 14. New developments in the murder trial of KD7VWJ and KD7VWK. 15. Follow Up on Rochester Hamfest. 16. The most wanted DX Entity list is published. 17. Technology News and Commentary with Leo Laporte. 18. Field Day 2009 Packets will be available on line on Febraury 2nd. 19. A giant 160 meter beam is erected in Finland. 20. Monthly Propagation Forecast with Steve Nichols, G0KYA. 21. The KXKVI TWIAR Download Portal is now active on the internet. 22. The Random Access Thought with Bill Baran, N2FNH. "Dead Media #3" 23. Courage Handi-Ham System Update with Pat Tice, WA0TDA. 24. The Log Book of The World is now easier to use. 25. Desecheo Island DXpedition is issued a call sign. 26. John Scott Redd K0DQ receives the nations top intelligence award. 27. Korea unveils a new postage stamp honoring ARDF Championships. 28. The K6DUE cal lsign is now a part of the ARISS Amateur Radio Club. 29. NASA invites the public to pick the next Hubble Telescope target. 30. California becomes first to pass eco-friendly television regulations 31. The Gateway 160 Meter Net Report with Vern Jackson, WA0RCR. 32. World Amateur Radio Day is Coming up soon This Week in Amateur Radio" is a weekly amateur radio audio, on the air, news magazine/bulletin service, produced by a lot of dedicated volunteers, by Community Video Associates, Inc., a New York State not-for-profit corporation. The mailing address for our support fund is: This Week in Amateur Radio Support Fund P.O. Box 30 Sand Lake, New York 12153

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Rogers bumps BlackBerry prices skyward to help with acquisition expenses

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As with any major company out there, Rogers Wireless has been burning through some cash in order to move its business forward. So far as we can tell, however, its acquired nothing substantial enough to warrant a $30 million hole in the overall acquisition budget.

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Epson Announces Worlds First 4K HTPS LCD Display Panel

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Epson is proud to announce today that they have developed the worlds first 4K compatible high-temperature polysilicon (HTPS) TFT liquid crystal panel for 3LCD projectors.


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RIM Shipped A Record 10.1 Million BlackBerry Phones Last Quarter

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Research In Motion Limited (RIM) surprises Wall Street with better than expected earnings and record BlackBerry sales. Revenue for the third quarter of fiscal 2010 was $3.


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