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Lenovo updated its ThinkCentre line of business-class desktop PCs this morning, touting the systems’ security and reliability. All three new PCs come standard with Smart USB Protection, which lets companies manage security for the USB ports. Considering the recent reports of a firmware-based attack that exploits USB ports, that’s not a bad feature to have. The systems also include Energy Star 6.0 and EPEAT ratings, as well as SSHD support, but the similarities end there. One system is a slim, “affordable performance” PC, another has an exceptionally small form factor, and... Read more...
Take from this what you will, but for the very first time ever, mobile PC shipments outnumbered desktop shipments in China, according to the latest NPD DisplaySearch Quarterly China PC Shipment and Forecast Report. There's a bit of a caveat that goes with the claim. The mobile PC segment, as DisplaySearch calculates it, includes tablet PC shipments (in addition to notebooks and mini-notes), of which China is the third largest market in the world. "Although shipments in desktop PCs are flat, the mobile PC market continued to show strong growth, reaching 26.5 million in 2H’11, up 25 percent... Read more...
Good evening folks. I recently found that, Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, allows you to edit the visual properties of the water through the INI file. I spent the better part of last night trying different settings in order to try and make it look more realistic. The result as of now? Well, I don't know if it looks more realistic, just different. I'll be making a few more tweaks later tonight, and will probably post my final result tomorrow. If your interested, check out the PC Gaming section in our forums tomorrow night. Anyway, here's the news... Enjoy! I-Rocks Beetle Mouse @ HardwareHounds.com "There... Read more...