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Rumour: ATI RV870 to use 384-bit memory bus

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Will ATI up its memory bus to 384-bit for its forthcoming RV870 GPU design?

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Lenovo U450p 14? CULV Notebook Is Coming.

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If youve been looking to try out a CULV this Fall, you might not need to look any further than Lenovos new IdeaPad line of CULV notebooks.


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OPPO S39 is first High-Def Touchscreen MP4 Player

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The claim by Chinese PMP maker OPPO hit us with a little shock to the system. China has never made high-def touchscreen PMPs before? I guess no matter how the rendered photos suggest touchscreen, it isnt touchscreen when theres no touchscreen.


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'Hams' Keep Handcart Parade Rolling:

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BOUNTIFUL -- Lots of hands and cool heads make for a successful Handcart Days Parade. Among the hundreds of volunteers who will make it look like a smooth, easy operation this year are 47 amateur radio or "ham" operators. They'll be there at the Five Points Roundabout on 1500 South mid-afternoon, July 23, lining floats and entries up, making sure each group is properly situated to make the parade stroll up Main Street to Bountiful City Park. And they'll be doing a lot more than that, says Gary Johnson, who is in his ninth year coordinating much of the behind-the-scenes magic that makes the parade run. Preparations started in March for this year's ham operators' involvement, which is multi-faceted. At the parade staging area, ham operators print maps determining where various entries should be placed. Entries start arriving at the staging area several hours before the parade's start. Ham operators call out every entry before the parade, to determine who might not have shown up, or is late.

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LG All in One NAS is back and ready to ramble!

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It been a while since we did not talk about LGs all in one Nas, Since the KES 2008 more precisely and their 4TB with Blu-Ray recorder NAS. Today, less impressive but still pretty cute, here you are the N2R1 Available in 1 or 2TB our NAS features a DVD Multi recorder, a USB port and Card reader as well as WiFi and being DLNA compatible Yep this new N2R1 is definitively more consumer friendly than its predecessor more business oriented.


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Burghardt to No Longer Sell Amateur Radio Equipment:

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On March 16, Jim Smith, W0MJY, owner of Burghardt Amateur Center in Watertown, South Dakota, announced that the company will no longer sell Amateur Radio transceivers and accessories. The company, now called Burghardt Radio Repair, has canceled all backorders.

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Aegean Sunset Home Theater

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Have you ever wanted to feel like you were outside, but didnt actually want to go outside? Well that must have been what the owners of this home theater wanted when they decided to create their home theater.


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Sweden Bans Polluting PLT Equipment:

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A CEPT Electronic Communications Committee report notes that Sweden has removed from the market some of the Powerline Networking equipment that pollutes the radio spectrum. The 54th meeting of the CEPT Working Group Spectrum Engineering in Bordeaux covered recent developments of the harmonised emission standard for IT equipment EN55022. Mention of the Swedish action in withdrawing polluting PLT equipment appears under '13 EMC' in the Working Group report.

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Runco Launches Q-750i and Q-750d Projectors

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Runco has been a steadfast leader in luxury video solutions for more than 20 years. Today, the company has launched their new Quantum Color series, which marks the companys first set of LED projectors.


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Star Ocean: The Last Hope Review

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What's big, Japanese and comes on three DVDs? A really unsatisfying and nonsensical end to a joke! Oh, and Star Ocean: The Last Hope. We take a look at Square Enix's latest Japanese RPG and wonder it's more than just the adventures of big-haired teenagers in space.

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Researchers create new thermal material

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Researchers at IFAM in Germany create a new thermal material for cooling silicon by adding diamond powder to copper.

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Radio Operators Have You Covered:

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They donate their skills in times of emergency and are always on the lookout for severe weather conditions, ready to relay information to the nearest weather office, but next weekend they will be busy supporting the community in a different way. Members from the Winnipeg Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) will be one of six ham radio groups helping with the Manitoba Marathon. With stations set up along the marathon route, and enough amateur radio operators (hams) to staff seven medical vehicles, ARES members volunteer their time to provide communication in the case of emergencies. Using a high-tech network of radios, the hobbyists connect with emergency service personnel, paramedics and other marathon staff. While most years there are few medical emergencies that happen during the marathon, Jeff Dovyak, emergency co-ordinator with ARES, said the potential is there for help to be required. "It could turn into an emergency if it's particularly humid this year and it's hot. People have been training in relatively cool weather so the weather could be a big impact and we could have a lot of medical calls," explained Dovyak, who works as a radiation safety co-ordinator with the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. A volunteer with ARES for the past 15 years, he said its members are adept at dealing with such emergencies. Less than two months ago, the group was heavily involved in the flood operations, working with both the City of Winnipeg Emergency Centre and the Manitoba Emergency Measures Organization to provide radio communication services. "I have an interest in helping the community. Amateur radio is afforded a lot of radio spectrum basically for free -- sort of an unspoken understanding the world over is for amateurs to get that radio spectrum to communicate and experiment with it. We'll then pay back our communities by doing public service," Dovyak said.

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RAmos T9 iMovie 2 PMP: 800 x 480, 16GB, $132

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Yes, the kids at RAmos have arrived with that 800 x 480 PMP we first espied sometime in December. As you might have guessed, the T9 iMovie 2 is the followup to the smash hit T8 iMovie, sporting a polished aluminum alloy frame, 4.

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Software Developer of Sixth Sense System Looks to Give Away Technology

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At the beginning of this year, you may have heard about the Sixth Sense system. This system is a camera and projector that you wear around your neck.


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NCJ and ARRL Needs to Fix Subscriptions

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National Contest JournalA few weeks ago, I got a note in the mail from the National Contest Journal asking me to renew my subscription. The problem is: I already did.

Right at the bottom of the original renewal notice, it says you can renew online. And I did. I also got the confirming renewal e-mail three weeks before from the ARRL that I was again getting notice for.

Now, most published magazines use some kind of service to take care of subscriptions. And the ARRL and NCJ are not the only ones who don’t get databases updated in a timely manner. I have a whole “magazine subscriptions” note in Outlook that just has the expiration dates for the subscriptions because the magazines send out renewal notices one month after you’ve subscribed.

But if money is tight and the League makes money on publications, why is it so hard to synch the databases so that when I renew online I don’t get the paper, envelope, stamp, and time spent on a renewal notice in the mail three weeks later?

If the League is serious about using technology, here’s one to implement that will give you some money to serve hams instead of magazine subscriptions services.

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Modder hooks NES controller into Nintendo DS

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This. . . this is dedication. While most softcore gamers are totally kosher with using the standard DS button layout to hit up retro titles like Super Mario Bros.

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Razer announces Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse with distinctive 12 button thumb grid

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The Razer Naga MMO gaming mouse provides uniquely innovative gameplay features. The Razer Nagas customizable interface allows gamers to program and command the mouse in-game to fit their specific needs.


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Samsung NC10 netbook touchscreen hack caught on film

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Of all the DIY touchscreen projects weve come across lately, this is certainly one of them. The kids over at Netbook Mag have got their hands on the stately Samsung NC10 and were kind enough to put together a full blown, step-by-step guide to replacing its tired, non-touch responsive display with an exciting, new fashioned touchscreen.

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Modern Mode of Communication Proves No Match for Morse Code:

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MARION - In 1835, a New York University professor named Samuel Morse proved that signals could be transmitted by wire. It would be about 150 years later before the first text message was sent and longer before it became common-place among cell phone users. A few ham radio operators gathered at Sawyer-Ludwig Park on Saturday took joy in proving that new doesn't necessarily mean best. It was designed to be a face-off, texters vs. Morse coders, similar to a segment of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno aired in 2005. The Marion event was drawn to attract members of the public to the 2009 American Radio Relay League Field Day, held the fourth weekend in June each year across North America and different parts of the world. Bill Finnegan, a Marion County common pleas judge who also teaches Morse code, didn't know about the competition until he read about it in the paper. He would find himself on the receiving end as Mike Hansgen sent. "I never texted," said Finnegan, who said he doesn't even own a cell phone. "I don't know how fast they go." Hansgen, however, would later admit he was confident. He does text and figured he could beat it. Finnegan and Hansgen, members of the Marion Amateur Radio Club, would first have to wait for any competition to arrive. Jamie Russell, who said he can text fairly fast, would face off against Hansgen in sending as Alec Ogg waited to receive the message. Hansgen appeared done, but Finnegan looked up and shook his head no. "You could have sent it slower," he said as he told his partner that he didn't get the message. Hansgen, who sent it at 26 words per minute, dropped his speed down to 18 words per minute. Ogg raised his hand. He read the message, a Will Rogers quote that goes, "An onion can make people cry, but there has never been a vegetable to make them laugh." Russell tried it again, then a few other competitors would try. Texters would be defeated every time as one radio club member laughed and said, "19th century beats 21st century." "Even though morse code is old it's still pretty efficient," said Russell. "I was a lot slower than I thought I'd be. I text a lot."

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travel honey? really?

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If it wasnt for the lame travel honey name this product would almost be perfect. It is 4 in 1 device that acts as a 1) GPS receiver for your laptop, 2) location finder to track back to a set point, 3) photo tagger with software, and 4) data logger for GPS tracking.


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Palms subscription accounting webOS plans revealed, CPAs rejoice

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Truthfully, even the hardest of hardcore Palm fans are going to have a tough time getting jazzed about this, but given that were looking for every morsel of webOS news to tide us over until that undisclosed Pre launch date finally happens, were passing it on.

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Synaptics Scrybe Evolves TouchPad-based Interfaces For PCs

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Synaptics today announced beta availability for Scrybe gesture workflows, the next generation advancement in TouchPad-based interfaces for PCs. Scrybe leverages finger movements to create fluid gesture shortcuts intended to boost productivity and efficiency by getting more work done with fewer steps.


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