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Windows 7 editions revealed

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Microsoft has given official news about the different versions of Windows 7 that will be hitting the market - and it's even more confusing than Vista was.

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Clarion MiND now a lot cheaper

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Clarion MiND since we last visited has its own page now showing off its features. And even though it says you can grab one as low as $500, Amazon is not taking any chances and is willing to get rid of them for $250.


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DASH Hexapod Is Cheap To Build, Cheaper To Fix, Impossible To Destroy

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If a hexapod kit is a little bit out of your price range, how about a little bot that uses one motor and one servo, is made mostly of cardboard, and can be built in an hour? Yeah, sounds good to me too, but you wont be shocked to learn that its a little more complicated than that, although not much more complicated.


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Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 700 Projector Review

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The Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 700 is one of the companys newer projectors for the home theater. It features 2000 ANSI lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and a WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution.

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Dell Vostro 1220 12 inch Notebook unveiled

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Dell expands the Dell Vostro line with the addition of the Dell Vostro 1220 12. 1 inch Notebook. Available in Obsidian Black or Deep Cherry Red, the Vostro 1220 starts at 3.


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Steam-powered British supercar sets out to break 100-year-old land-speed record!

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A plucky band of British enthusiasts are gearing up to break a 100-year-old land speed record in a 21st century steam-powered supercar. They are aiming to break the existing 127mph record in a 25-foot-long vehicle they have already dubbed the fastest kettle in the world.

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VK9NI (OC-005) Norfolk Island DXpedition 2009

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The Norfolk Island DXpedition team have changed their callsign from VK9AAA to VK9NI

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Jeff Beals, WA4AW, Appointed Southeastern Division Vice Director:

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With the approval of the ARRL Ethics and Elections Committee, ARRL President Joel Harrison, W5ZN, appointed Southern Florida Assistant Section Manager Jeff Beals, WA4AW, as Vice Director in the Southeastern Division, effective June 1. Beals replaces Sandy Donohue, W4RU, who passed away last month. An Extra class licensee and ARRL Life Member, Beals was first licensed in the early 1960s as WN2OUK. Beals -- who splits his time between Royal Palm Beach, Florida and Dothan, Alabama -- has been an ARRL member for more than 30 years; he has served as Southern Florida Assistant Section Manager (ASM) since 2002. Beals has also held appointments as Section Emergency Coordinator (SEC), Affiliated Club Coordinator (ACC), Technical Coordinator (TC), Technical Specialist (TS) and District Emergency Coordinator (DEC).

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Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1670:

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The following is a Q-S-T. A circus performer will be the next tourist in space. Will he also be the next ham radio operator on-orbit? Also, South Africa's next ham-sat is set for a mid-September launch, 2 meters proves to be a good band for DX, the vanity call sign fee is going up and ham radio will help to coordinate National Wildlife Refuge Week. All this and more on Amateur Radio Newsline report number 1670 coming your way right now.

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Sleep deprivation in games: Silent Hunter 4

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As the guys in the office will attest I’m somewhat obsessed by realistic military simulations, choosing to forego the dubious pleasures of games such as Team Fortress 2. As a result, every day for the last two weeks I’ve been stumbling into the office, with a brand new set of black patches under both eyes.

Contrary to suggestions, I haven’t developed a drug habit, or been moonlighting as a delivery man for Milk Tray, I’ve simply reinstalled Silent Hunter 4.

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FCC Fines California Firm $4000 for Operating on Amateur Frequencies:

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On September 28, the FCC issued a Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture (NAL) to a California firm that the Commission maintains was using amateur frequencies to conduct business. According to the Commission, Shimmick Construction Company, Inc/Obayashi Corporation, Joint Venture ("Shimmick-Obayashi") -- licensees of stations WQER756, WQEN793, WQJI360 and WQKG818 -- apparently repeatedly violated Section 1.903(a) of the Commission's Rules "by failing to operate only in accordance with the rules applicable to their particular service as set forth in the Commission's Rules and with a valid authorization granted by the Commission."

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G.Skill F3-12800CL8T-6GBHK Tri-Channel DDR3

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G.Skill's 1,600MHz kit for Core i7 CPUs runs at a tidy 8-8-8-21 and includes a smart, G.Skill design on some dark blue heatspreaders. How does it compare to the more elaborate Corsair DHX+? Read on to find out.

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Verizon Attacks AT&T In New Ads

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Despite their newly announced plans to partner up with Google and throw their hats into the Android ring, Verizon hasnt quite given up on the iPhone yet.


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One Giant Bounce for Mankind:

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Almost 40 years after the historic Apollo 11 mission, we'll hear voices from the moon again. This time, celebrities, ham radio enthusiasts -- and perhaps even you -- will join the astronauts' voices. A massive project to bounce voices from Earth to the moon and back to another spot on Earth will be launched June 26. Several former astronauts and other famous people have signed on, and so can one lucky Wired Science reader. The winner can go to a moon bounce station to personally send the message to the moon. The Echoes of Apollo project exists thanks to amateur radio operators. Parabolic antennas, or dishes, around the world will lend their strength to the global moon bounce. "We are actually sending out radio waves and shaking the electrons of the atoms of the dirt on the moon a quarter of a million miles away," said Pat Barthelow, a ham radio operator for 43 years and the founder of the moon-bounce project. "We are jiggling moon dust and there's enough energy to send back radio waves to us which we convert back to voices. To me that's pretty profound." The World Moon Bounce Day could set the record for the greatest number of dishes facing the moon at once, even outnumbering the global focus during the first moon walk. So far, people at dishes in Australia, Europe and the United States have committed to stop their regular space work to track the moon so human voices can echo back 2.5 seconds after being sent.

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Hitachi Releases CP-X10000J, CP-WX11000J, and CP-SX12000J Projectors

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At the end of last year, Hitachi announced that they were going to release three new projectors, the CP-SW12000, CP-WX11000, and the CP-X10000. Recently, the company has announced that they have released these projectors in Japan and have renamed them the CP-SX12000J, CP-WX11000J, and the CP-X10000J.

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Late Night Visitors Welcome at 'Ham' Radio Event:

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Wee hours visitors are welcome at an upcoming demonstration of ham radio technology at La Salle County's Shabbona Park. Starved Rock Radio Club "hams" will join with thousands of amateur radio operators nationwide in showing off their emergency capabilities Saturday, June 27, and Sunday, June 28. Amateur Radio -- often called "ham radio" -- is wireless radio communication that often provides reliable emergency and disaster communication. "For example, during Hurricane Katrina, ham radio was often the only way people could communicate, and hundreds of volunteer 'hams' traveled south to save lives and property," said club official Joe Tokarz of Ottawa. "When trouble is brewing, amateur radio's people are often the first to provide rescuers with critical information and communications." This annual event, called "Field Day" is the climax of Amateur Radio Week sponsored by the American Radio Relay League, the national association for amateur radio.

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The Doctor Is In: The Fun -- and Challenges -- of Topband:

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I have been fascinated with the 160 meter band even before I upgraded to General back in 2007 -- it amazes me that amateurs can use radio waves that stretch out that long.

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DAB a finalist in the Fiasco Awards

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A website based in Catalonia lists Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) as one of nine finalists in the Fiasco Awards 2009

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What is the Best Mini Camcorder?

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You might use your mobile phone for taking the odd spontaneous snap but a decent digital camera will yield much better results. The same is certainly true for video. We take a look at six of the latest mini camcorders and compare them to the popular iPhone 3GS.

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Windows Vista SP2 RC may be in the hands of testers as we speak

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Sure, the big hubbubs been Windows 7 (give us some time and well figure out how to install it on a toaster!) but Microsoft is betting that quite a few folks will be stranded in Vistaland (Vista Town? Vista Village? The dreaded Vista Flats?) for some time to come, and theyll need provisions -- like blankets, candles, water, and service packs.

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Asus RT-N16 technologically-advanced wireless router with a host of intuitive easy-to-use features

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The Asus RT-N16 is a technologically-advanced wireless router with a host of intuitive, easy-to-use features. Engineered for the future, the Asus RT-N16 is a Wireless-N Gigabit Router offering three Ss that fulfill users all-around networking needs that no other brand can provideSpeed for ultra-fast data transfers, Simplicity for unparalleled ease-of-use and ease-of-setup, and Security for absolute peace of mind when performing online tasks.


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Gigabyte GeForce GTS 250 1GB Review

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Gigabyte has taken the GeForce GTS 250 and kitted it out with double the usual memory and an impressive looking quad heatpipe powered custom cooler. We take a look to see if the result is customised perfection or more pimped out Nova.

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