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MSI Unveils Intel Core i7-Based GT640 Gaming Laptop

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Micro-Star Intl announced today the Core i7-based MSI GT640 15. 4-inch laptop for gamers. Along with a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, the GT640 features the NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M 1GB dedicated video card, up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, up to 500GB of hard drive storage, and a built-in DVD burner or Blu-ray drive.


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California Firm Fined $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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Hotel Giant 2

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Have you ever wanted to get deeply entrenched in the detailed world of hotel design and management? No, us neither - but we don't have a choice. Now we take a look at the sequel to the million-selling original hotel simulation game from Nobilis, so check our thoughts inside.

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Asus X71SL 17 Entertainment Laptop Overview

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The Asus X71SL is a recently launched 17-inch entertainment laptop, featuring Intels Core 2 Duo processor, the NVIDIA GeForce 9300M G 256MB graphics, and SiS M671DX chipset.

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Intel's MID sales poor

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Sales of Mobile Internet Devices based on Intel's Menlow platform have been significantly lower than the company has predicted - but Intel claims it's nothing to worry about.

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Amateur Radio Operators to Help Keep Halloween Safe:

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The state's Amateur Radio Emergency Services Personnel/Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Services, known as ARES/RACES, is set to have its 11th annual Wisconsin conference at the Hotel Mead and Conference Center in Wisconsin Rapids this weekend, said Bill Niemuth, spokesman for the organization. As a training exercise and public service event, the group will put 25 to 30 of its members on patrol in Wisconsin Rapids and the surrounding communities. Grand Rapids Police Chief Dave Lewandowski said the organization will provide the community with two or three extra patrols to supplement the Police Department's officers and auxiliary officers. "We've got them concentrating on certain subdivisions in the area," he said. More eyes always are good, especially when dealing with events such as Halloween, Wood County Sheriff Thomas Reichert said. "It's very decent of them to do that sort of work while they're here," he said. The radio operators will call in observations to a mobile command center, said Dale Jirschele, a Wisconsin Rapids resident who is the group's emergency coordinator for Wood County. The command center then will send any information that needs law enforcement or other emergency response to Jirschele, who will be in the Wood County Emergency Operations Center. He then will relay the message to Wood County dispatchers.

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Secure Mobile Payment App for Android Unveiled

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Charge Anywhere has announced the first secure mobile payment application for the Android platform. The payment solution and payment gateway service Charge Anywhere for Android is now available.


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RSGB statement on PLT

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The Radio Society of Great Britain have issued a satement regarding Power Line Telecommunications (PLT) systems

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Wal-Mart Will NOT Sell The Nexus One

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Earlier this week we had the honor of helping to spread one of the most ridiculous rumors in recent memory. For a brief period of time, Wal-Marts website had us all half-convinced that a $99 all-network Nexus One was coming to the big-box retailer.


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TWIAR #838 not available

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Due to computer issues at TWIAR HQ, TWIAR 838 was not produced.

Read more: This Week in Amateur Radio Podcast

 

MintyBoost - Small battery-powered USB charger

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This project details a small and simple, but very powerful USB charger for your mp3 player, camera, cell phone, and just about any other gadget you can plug into a USB port to charge!

Read more: Electronics Infoline

 

NEC NP62 Projector Review

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One of the many projectors that NEC has is the NP62. This projector features a native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, 3000 ANSI lumens, and a 1600:1 contrast ratio.


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id reveal new Rage details

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id Software has revealed a tonne of new info about it's next game, Rage.

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iPad to Directly Compete W/ Archos 9 Tablet?

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All right, we werent too impressed with the Apple iPad specsno multitasking, no webcam, no Flashbut then when the $499 price was announced, we were almost willing to overlook the downside of the Apple tablet.


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Voicebot Sends Your Messages To Parliament

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In a sort of cross between Robovox and the Kuka CalligraphyBot, Voicebot is a Kuka robot arm that is designed to sit in the UKs Parliament and write out questions from people to their representatives (or whatever it is theyve got over there).


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Microsoft insists its not making a phone, rumored to be rebranding WinMo to Windows Phone

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Were just ten days away from whatever Microsoft has to announce at Mobile World Congress, and it looks like the company is trying to put a halt to the endless rumors that its developing a phone: WinMo director Scott Rockfield told CNET its not happening, and another Microsoft spokesman just denied it to the Wall Street Journal.

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Rumour: GT5 has track editor

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Rumours are flying that Gran Turismo 5 will feature a track editor when it is eventually released.

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Belkin N1 Vision

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Belkin's N1 Vision modem router brings something different to the world of home networking with an LCD screen, as well as support for Gigabit networking and Wireless 802.11n. We take it for an extended test drive and see if it’s just ticking the boxes, or is a genuinely quality bit of kit.

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Columbus Antennas to Take to the Skies

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Astronauts will be doing antenna work next month. A space shuttle crew will be installing several antennas on the new Columbus module on the International Space Station. Several of these will be Amateur Radio antennas.

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Nokia 6700

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Nokia today announced Nokia 6700 classic, a relatively inexpensive phone considering it includes an A-GPS receiver. Nokia 6700 has a metal keymat and comes with a 5MP camera, assisted GPS navigation with Nokia Maps, and 3G connectivity.

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This Week in Amateur Radio #858 - Week of 9/19/09 - retry

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Celebrating over 16.5 years of service to the amateur radio community. Edition #858 of This Week in Amateur Radio, and This Week in Amateur Radio Headline News, have been released, and is now posted on www.twiar.org. FIND US NOW ON I-TUNES! This Week in Amateur Radio Full Version with special features and all the news, edition runs 97 minutes. This Week in Amateur Radio Headline News version runs 54 minutes with limited special features. This Week in Amateur Radio is available for regular download at our web site in MP3 format. Streaming audio is also available, as is RSS/XML subscriptions for the podcast. Enjoy, and see you next week! de George - W2XBS This Week in Amateur Radio

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Secunia: Firefox most vulnerable browser

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Security firm Secunia has named Firefox as the most vulnerable browser out there after totting up the number of vulnerability reports it published throughout 2008.

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