Items tagged with eGo

Iomega updated its range of eGo USB portable hard drives. The new generation of Iomega eGo Portable Hard Drives is powered by USB 2.0 and features rugged styling. To help protect data stored on the drive, the eGo comes with a suite of bundled data protection software including the new Iomega Protection Suite. The Iomega Protection Suite includes a free six-month subscription to McAfee VirusScan Plus, Iomega QuikProtect backup software, EMC Retrospect Express or Express HD to back up software settings and applications, and 2GB of online backup storage through MozyHome Online Backup (unlimited storage... Read more...
Yes, we know you may not think LEGO relates to tech - but without LEGO we'd have no LEGO Star Wars games, right?  Or MINDSTORMS.  Monday was the 50th anniversary of the patenting of the LEGO.The Lego company plans to celebrate the anniversary with, among other things, a worldwide contest to discover the best kid Lego builder. Each country will have its own national champion, Lego promises, and these lucky kids will get the right to come to headquarters in Denmark to fight it out for the world title.Even Google recognized the day, revamping their logo for the anniversary, as they typically... Read more...
We don't condone piracy for one second simply out of respect for the creators of games, music, you name it, but apparently piracy may not actually be as harmful as certain industries claim. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) claims that piracy accounts for a large loss of sales annually but a new study shows that P2P piracy may only account for as little as .07% of lost sales. According to the architects of this experiment, the reason that the RIAA blames so much loss on piracy is because of the way it tracks it's sales in the first place. I know, it sounds farfetched,... Read more...
Hey folks, we've got a pretty big update for you tonight. If your looking for a project to work on, and have one of those old style LCD monitors with the large housing for the screen, then you might want to check out this thread over at the GideonTech forums. The only time I've tried to mod a monitor was when I was about 10... dad wasn't happy ;) Goodnight all. Athlon 64 FX55 San Diego Core Prometia Mach II Overclocking @ AMD Zone "AMD quietly updated the FX55 to a San Diego core a couple of months ago. With this core an improved 90nm process, SSE3, and tweaks to the memory controller were... Read more...
This early Monday morning we step you through an overview of the killer single-core performance that the new AMD Athlon FX-57 is made of.  AMD took the Athlon 64 FX architecture down a notch in process geometry, cranked up the clock speed another 200MHz, goosed the memory controller and dropped in SSE3 instructions.  The results speak for themselves. Check it...... Read more...
AMD's Athlon 64 X2 series Dual Core launch back in May, along with Intel's Pentium 840 launch in April, underscored an industry-wide move toward a completely new Desktop Processor architecture, one that affects virtually all facets of Personal Computing from code-base, applications and software, to the platforms and technology that support these new multi-core CPUs.  With Intel taking the first step with their Pentium 8XX series, and AMD stepping up with the X2, the tide has officially shifted, and the industry and community are ready to catch the wave.  However, as with any major redirection... Read more...