Items tagged with NES

We can't help but offer this pathetic excuse for a human being up for your amusement and pity, perhaps.  Ol' Morty asks the folks at Slashdot what games he should play, if he had to pick and choose.  See ol' Morty, at the ripe old age of 44, is getting old and arthritic... (from too much gaming?) "I am an older man (44),... Read more...
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Dell Inc., the world's second-largest personal computer maker, said on Wednesday it started selling machines with microchips from Intel Corp. that have four processing cores, delivering faster performance and better energy efficiency. Dell said it was offering Intel's quad-core version of its Xeon chip for... Read more...
Intel Announces Collaboration to Launch Web 2.0 Business Internet Suite SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7, 2006 - Intel Corporation today announced at the Web 2.0 Conference today that it is collaborating with several software companies on the launch of SuiteTwo, a business Internet suite. The integrated suite, a family of... Read more...
The latest victim of the FTC's Spyware crackdown is the well known Zango software. Zango, formally known as 180solutions, has been charged with installing advertising software along with its free games without proper notification to users and will be fined to the tune of $3 million. We're sure most of you recognize the name as... Read more...
 "DVD Jon" is back at it. Already a hero with the Pringles and Jolt Cola hacker community-- at age fifteen, no less -- for unscrambling the DVD Content Scrambling System, Jon Lech Johansen returns at age twenty-two with a way to get around the playback restrictions on Apple Computer's iPod and iTunes music products:... Read more...
With such a small market share (2.8%), I'm suprised the Packard Bell Division is still around. Since Lap Shun Hui sold eMachines, I can not imagine his motovation for this purchase. NEC, Japan's third-largest electronics conglomerate, said it sold its holdings in... Read more...
CNN news has a good write-up of just how empty internet communication can be. While the internet is a great way to keep in contact with distant friends or relatives, and even have a quick chat with people close to you, there is still the lack of depth that face to face interaction presents. Those of you with a fading interest in MySpace... Read more...
Everybody has a cell phone. And since everybody has a cell phone, people will drive right past you on a lonely road when your car has broken down, and figure you're just waiting for a lift. And they won't know that your cell phone battery is dead and you have no way to charge it. It's a long walk to the nearest payphone these days.... Read more...
Cortina Systems Purchases Intel's Optical-Networking Components Business SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sep. 11, 2006 - Cortina Systems Inc. and Intel Corporation today announced that they have completed the sale of product lines and associated assets of Intel's optical-networking components business to Cortina. Cortina... Read more...
Fudo over at The Inquirer reports that their sources are indicating ATI's next generation R600 flagship GPU will feature a full 64 physical pipelines. Looking at the current number of pipelines in NVIDIA's flagship cards, there is little doubt that the company's upcoming G80 GPU will need to have a healthy increase in pipelines... Read more...
GIGABYTE and ASUS Announced Joint Venture In Motherboard and Graphics Card Business August 08, 2006 - In accordance with the relevant regulations according to Company Law, Securities Law and Business Merger & Acquisition Law, a resolution of the board of directors was passed on the 8th of August, 2006 for GIGABYTE... Read more...
In the second week of August, Lenovo will become the first top-tier PC manufacturer to provide AMD based computers to large businesses in the United States, reports eWEEK.com. "Lenovo will position its new ThinkCentre A60 desktop to large businesses, a market that other top-tier manufacturers have yet to openly target with AMD-processor systems... Read more...
All the goodness that is Google maps can now be accessed from your cell phone. Location searches, maps, satellite imagery, all of it's there, and there's also the new feature of real-time traffic information. Click here for the details. "Combining directions, maps, and satellite imagery,... Read more...
It seems likely that the European Commission will hit Microsoft with a hefty fine of $383.2 Million, awaiting a decision expected on Wednesday. By not complying with the Commission's standards, as they were ordered to do back in 2004, they risked facing a $2.5 Million a day fine, which seems to have caught up with them.... Read more...
It's highly unlikely that cell phones will give you brain cancer, but that still doesn't mean the little devices are harmless. A few reports of exploding cell phone batteries have circulated around the web in the past couple of years, which is more the result of poor battery usage rather than a design flaw.... Read more...
NVIDIA Integrated Graphics Processors Enhance Highest Volume HP Notebook Lines Powerful, energy-efficient NVIDIA IGP and GPU Solutions Power Slim, Stylish HP Notebooks SANTA CLARA, CA - MAY 17, 2006 - NVIDIA Corporation (Nasdaq: NVDA), the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies, today announced the new NVIDIA GeForce... Read more...
Intel Unveils Game-Changing Direction For Business PCs Intel(R) vProTM Technology Delivers Strengthened Security, Cost Reduction and Energy-Efficient Performance SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 24, 2006 - The way the world views and uses business PCs is about to change with the introduction of Intel Corporation's new Intel(R) vProTM technology,... Read more...
The world's largest cellphone maker Nokia will unveil new multimedia phone models, including an N73 camera phone, at an event in Berlin next week. With its new N-series phones Nokia will take a step toward more stylish and lighter models, but it is still a long way from rival Samsung's... Read more...
Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., announced today that it has developed a 2GByte MultiMediaCard (MMCmicro) that combines four 4Gbit NAND flash devices. This is the smallest, fastest and highest capacity memory card for mobile phones, developed only three months after Samsung led the industry by launching a 1GByte... Read more...
Tired of hearing your readers complain about their under-performing rigs? Throw them a bone and pass along this opportunity to win a smokin' new XPC barebones rig plus a whopping 2GB of RAM and a graphics card in the Crucial "Bad to the Bones" sweepstakes. Details: Crucial Technology and Shuttle teamed up to get three lucky winners well on... Read more...
Dell rolled out new notebook computers that are based on Intel's Core Duo processors and add new wireless connectivity and security features.On the wireless side, the new notebooks - the Dell Latitude D620 and D820 - add optional built-in connectivity to wireless broadband technology. Businesses can choose among cellular carriers such as Cingular... Read more...
Any gamer or audio enthusiast will tell you that Sennheiser makes some of the best headphones and audio equipment around. The Sennheiser HD 435 features a detachable, single-sided cable that has an integrated volume control. You can use this headset at home with a mini hi-fi system, on your PC, and even with portable players.Sennheiser is... Read more...
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