Microsoft Refuses To Acknowledge Major Wireless Headset Flaws

October 24, 2007

Weeks after the release of the new Wireless 360 headset, many customers have complained about hundreds of documented flaws with no official response or product recall from MS. Everything from continuous disconnects, no connections, and major feedback have caused customers to exchange, return, or simply dump the faulty headsets altogether.

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Samsung Intorudces new Silent Spinpoint Hard Drives

October 24, 2007

The new series of SATA 3.0Gbps drives feature a 7,200rpm spin, 8MB buffer, and manage to damp the noise level down to a mere 24/27.5 decibels at idle/seek. That’s damn quiet.

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Antique engines inspire nano chip

October 24, 2007

The blueprint for a tiny, ultra-robust mechanical computer has been outlined by US researchers.

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GM Shocker! Plug-in hybrid SUV announced

October 24, 2007

General Motors CEO, Rick Wagoner, just wrapped up his keynote address to the salivating throngs of journos within the LA convention center and the crux of his comments centered on the flexibility of GM’s future vehicle’s fuel systems.The major announcement was the development of a plug-in hybrid setup on the Saturn Vue Green Line’s front-wheel driv

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Why wait for the Apple iTV – Plenty of products here already

October 24, 2007

Want to hook your TV up to your PC and the internet to bring downloadable movies and your PC videos into your living room? Don’t wait for the Apple iTV, check out what is available right now. Plenty to choose from.

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Robot nurses could be on the wards in three years, say scientists

October 24, 2007

Robot nurses could be bustling around hospital wards in as little as three years.

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Three Emerging Technologies that Will Change the World

October 24, 2007

Think about the technology that has come online in the last 100 years. The amount and breadth of life changing technology is astounding. But what about our present day? Let’s look at three technologies that will profoundly change the way we live.

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8Gb Flash Cards are now small enough for your wallet.

October 24, 2007

For anyone needing large amounts of memory and easy portability, the Mega-Kart would be a very smart buy. Although it costs a bit more money, you have to remember the capacity it is squeezing into its small package.

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NVIDIA rethinks the GPU with the new GeForce 8800

October 24, 2007

One look at the benchmarks will show you that the 8800 represents a major advance in graphics performance, so you’re probably wondering how NVIDIA pulled it off. In short, the 8800 derives its performance gains from a brand new architecture that’s different in some fundamental ways from previous GPU architectures.

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Ripping off the veil: The mysterious PS3 hardware scaler exposed

October 24, 2007

Beyond3D uncover details on the new hardware scaler functionality revealed by the latest SDK update for PS3 developers, which will let the console upscale to 1080i/p, a capability invisible to the developer until now.

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