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Just as Internet Radio starts creeping in to take the place of more conventional broadcast recipes, Sony is doing things a little backwards. The company is just now launching their first DAB+ radios, years behind other companies like Pure Digital. The retro-styled XDR-S16DBP portable radio and XDR-C706DBP clock radio definitely look the part, and if you need to spice up a retro room, these are the pieces to do it. These radios not only tune DAB and DAB+ (available across the pond), but also FM signals. Both radios have 0.8W + 0.8W speakers, and the latter actually acts as a bedroom clock radio... Read more...
Ever have the need to pack up your computer for that roadtrip back to college but there's just no more room left in that '72 AMC Gremlin of yours?   Or perhaps you're a small PC reseller with serious space constraints in your inventory warehouse area?  Asus has your back it apparently with the what has to be the world's first "foldable" PC case... So Easy, So Quick – Introducing the ASUS VENTO TA-F Foldable Chassis Compact Foldable Design Provides Over 30% Savings on Storage and Transportation Taipei, Taiwan, October 31, 2008 – The ASUS VENTO TA-F Series chassis... Read more...
Maybe it's just me, but the unexpected words "ready for download now" referring to a Microsoft product seem... unusual. Microsoft was outlining the features and interoperability of its next generation web browser at the MIX show in Las Vegas yesterday, and shocked a lot of developers by announcing it was ready to download right away as Beta release. Dean Hachamovitch, general manager of the Internet Explorer team at Microsoft, said IE 8 Beta 1 delivers increased interoperability, offers developers better predictability when designing sites, and will feature full support for CSS (Cascading Style... Read more...
DELL BRINGS FULL-THROTTLE GAMING WITHIN REACH The XPS 630 Delivers Elite Gaming Features, Technologies and Upgradability at an Affordable Price With a starting price of $1,249, the XPS 630 delivers stellar performance and innovative features, all in a sleek, compact brushed-aluminum chassis.  Gamers won’t outgrow the XPS 630 because it’s based on a standard ATX chassis, making future upgrades easy. It’s ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI-ready, and will support Corsair memory and Intel Extreme processors.  Gamers can tweak performance by overclocking processor and memory through the control... Read more...
BigFoot Networks, the makers of the Killer Network Interface Card, have launched a new, more affordable version of the product.  The first Killer NIC, aka the M1, sells for roughly $250. It is equipped with a 400MHz network processing unit, a large "K" heatsink, 64MB of DDR RAM, and a USB 2.0 port for connecting an external flash or hard drive.  The drive is used to store files or FNApps which can be executed on the Killer.  Our complete review of the original Killer NIC can be found here if you'd like some more in-depth analysis. The new Killer K1 NIC is similar to... Read more...
While any brand of Nvidia's 7800GTX 512MB can hardly be considered "affordable" by many, the Galaxy GeForce 7800GTX 512MB might come as close to the term as possible. Sporting all the goodness of a 7800GTX 512MB, TweakTown explains why Galaxy's card is a decent buy."The Galaxy graphics card is a fantastic buy for people who just find that they cannot bring themselves to spend over $1000 AUD on a graphics card. There is no doubt that the 7800GTX 512MB is an expensive card and its all good and well ATI saying that the 512MB 7800GTX shouldn't be compared against their 512MB X1800XT but their... Read more...
The Tech Report to a trip to a demonstration put on by Valve, spotlighting their latest collection of cinematic effects.  The goal is to both simplify the coding process on the programmers side while adding to the realism of the end result.  The Tech Report was their and offers a complete write up on the new effects, offering their impression on how this new techology will affect gaming in the future. "Some of the effects Valve has incorporated into the Source engine won't appear in games anytime soon, but color correction and film grain... Read more...
Hey folks, here's the last of the news for today. Goodnight! FSP BlueStorm AX500-A Power Supply Unit Review @ X-Bit labs "We would like to introduce to you a BlueStorm AX500-A power supply, which continues the successful THN series we have already told you about in our previous articles. Its maximum output wattage has been increased to 460W. The PSU is neatly manufactured and has good characteristics; it is powerful even for very serious systems with two graphics cards and a top-end processor." ECS Editor's Day @ Viperlair "A SIMA card will allow you to turn that PF88 Extreme Hybrid... Read more...