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Intel Opens Up Key Server Acceleration Technology to Industry INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, Taipei, Oct. 17, 2006 - Intel Corporation announced today that it will encourage networking companies to benefit from a key server data input and output acceleration technology designed and added to its server product lines earlier this year. A component of Intel I/OAT (Input/Output Acceleration Technology), Intel QuickData technology is a data acceleration engine that enables other networking and server vendors to increase the throughput of server data traffic. Key supporters of Intel QuickData Technology include Broadcom, Fujitsu-Siemens, IBM, Mellanox, Microsoft and VMware.  READ MORE...... Read more...
If you're like me, you could open up the back of your keyboard and make a sandwich out of all the stuff in there. I don't recommend you eat it, but hey -- it's safer than bagged spinach. But let's say you need something a little more durable than your standard keyboard, because you want to shave and shower while you visit Hot Hardware's forum. Stealth computer has your NEMA 4x solution: The Stealth Computer model 2000-DT-TB features 114-key functionality, including 24 function keys and a 10-key number pad. It is constructed using a highly rugged, stainless steel case and industrial silicone rubber pad, ensuring NEMA 4X protection. The 2000-DT-TB's trackball pointing device... Read more...
Microsoft has released a series of new keyboard and mice solutions clearly aimed at Media Center and Vista. Starting off, the Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 is a rechargeable 2.4Ghz Bluetooth mouse/keyboard combination.  The keyboard features an ultra thin ergonomic design with backlit keys that are auto sensing.  As the user approaches the keyboard or under low light situations, the keys light up automatically.  The mouse features a brushed aluminum finish, high definition laser, and 4-way scrolling in a handsome ergonomic look. Microsoft also released the Wireless Entertainment Desktop 7000  which mirrors the 8000 in many respects but lacks some of the more... Read more...
VIA's VTF2006 to Feature Prominent Keynote Speakers and Technology Leadership in Fast-Growing Markets Seventh VIA Technology Forum boasts support from renowned industry players, with keynote addresses by executives from VIA, AMD and Microsoft Taipei, Taiwan, 16 May 2006 - VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced an outstanding array of top executives from leading industry players to address the seventh VIA Technology Forum (VTF2006), taking place in Taipei from Wednesday, 7th June to Friday, 9th June. VTF2006 will be opened by Wenchi Chen, President and CEO of VIA, who will expand upon VIA's leadership... Read more...
As if it wasn't enough to take your music anywhere you went, you can now rip music on the go. Futurelooks takes a gander at the Gemini iKey USB Audio Recorder, which has the ability to take any line level audio signal and convert it into an MP3 or WAV file. "There is virtually no setup or installation required. No software comes with the iKey! The recorded iKey files can be played back using most audio programs like iTunes or Windows Media Player. If you want to do any editing you will have to use your own audio editing software."... Read more...
Hey folks, the news has been pretty slow this weekend, but there's enough for a post. I can hardly keep my eyes open... struggling to move these fingers. Goodnight all, enjoy the news! Windows Keyboard Shortcuts @ Big Bruin "Windows keyboard shortcuts are all intended to provide some sort of convenient alternative to common tasks, and whether specific combinations do so is up to the individual to decide. Some are simple time-saving motions, while others are complex maneuvers in finger gymnastics. There are dozens of other common Windows shortcuts (and even more related to specific software titles), and memorizing just a few of the more basic ones may be worth the time-savings they can afford... Read more...
The security scare of the week, Zotob(the worm) hasn't had the effect that was predicted. While early reports claimed it was spreading fast, that doesn't seem to be the case at the moment. Trend Micro estimates that the original version of the worm(Zoto.A) has infected about 50 computers world wide, while the first variant(Zotob.B) has only infected about 1,000 systems. They claim it has to do with the operating system, with the worm causing problems primarily with Windows 2000. Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are said to be in no danger. So folks, you can turn the sirens off for now, unload a couple of those firewalls, and take your pointer off the Windows Update icon. Intel To Deliver Dual-Core,... Read more...
Earlier today I was shopping on E-Bay for a budget card for my friend... 9500 Pros going for around $70! I don't know, I was going to get my next card(6800 GT) from retail, probably Newegg, but E-Bay is just to good to pass up. Yeah, yeah... scammers all around and Pay-Pal can be a big hassle, but I've had some good experience from E-Bay so I'll take my chances again. Well, I'm going to play some HL2:DM after this, and then hit the sack, so let's get on with the news... Creative Zen Micro @ hardwarezone "Tired of paying good money for substandard portable audio players? Check out our review of Creative's latest Zen Micro and learn about its impressive audio quality and useful features. Find... Read more...
  From the entire HotHardware.com staff, we wish you a happy and healthy Thanksgiving!... Read more...
Oh no, my right ear has been blocked for the past three days... this may be the beginning of an ear infection :( After this post I'm off to Google to search for some sinus pressure remedies. Hey! Did anyone else see the video of that fight at the Pistons/Pacers game? It took security forever to get that thing under control. If anyone knows where I can find the video, send me an E-Mail! Saitek PC Gaming Keyboard Review @ 3DX "In my opinion this Keyboard is the best Keyboard on the market and if you are a gamer the blue backlighting is just the icing on the cake." Epox 9NDA3 Review @ AMDZone "The chipset area shows that Epox has a huge heatsink for the nForce 3 250GB. This is probably... Read more...
Hello everyone, welcome to the HH Nightcap.  Tonight we are serving a buffet of news from all over the continent.  With just about the entire spectrum of hardware being covered this evening, everyone should find what they are looking for ;)  Xoxide Clear Keyboard @ Bytesector "Xoxide is well known for their active involvement in supplying computer enthusiasts with modded cases and modding equipment. In the past we took a look at a couple of their cases and found them to be fairly interesting and definitely worth looking at when searching for a new case. Today, I will be taking a look at a very unique computer keyboard that will catch the eyes of many while serving its purpose... Read more...
Good evening my friends welcome back to HH.  Things around the Canadian portion of the labs have been fairly mundane over the past week or so, and for that, I would like to apologize.  I have been dealing with some fairly substantial situations in my personal life; but, things have been resolved and my life is back on track.  Consequently, as of tomorrow AM I will be back in full effect (forum, multiple news shots, reviewage, etc...).  Thanks to those who have helped me out over the past little while, you have been a great help... News anyone??  AC Ryan Blackfire4 Fans @ Phoronix "If you are tired of those old generic fans sitting inside your case, you should be... Read more...
Good morning friends, I am glad to see you are back :)  Things around the HH lab are shaping up to be a busy day.  With most of the team grinding away on their respective reviews I am sure the Mr. Coffee is going to get a through workout today.  Speaking of which, go grab a cup of joe and settle in.  Here is your AM shot...  ABIT AV8Pro Motherboard Review @ HardOCP.com "ABIT did a masterful job in designing and implementing the AV8, making a very solid foundational board with which to launch their socket 939 based offerings. The board's stability and performance was top notch across all the benchmarks, and it seemed to give a decent level of overclocking as well."... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back.  With a majority of the HH crew playing with our new "toy" (the forum), the labs have been fairly subdued today.  The news-front, however, has been quiet active.  So, go grab a glass, I am starting to server the juice...  Arctic Silver Thermal Compounds @ XYZ Computing "The biggest name in thermal compounds (aka TIMs or thermal interface materials) is Arctic Silver. They have been at it for a long time and are the most respected company in the game. Currently their two most popular products are Ceramique and, at the higher-end, Arctic Silver 5. The "Arctic Silver" line has been around for some time- it is the companies... Read more...
Good morning everyone, I hope you slept well :)  Things on the news front seem to be moving quite quickly this morning.  With some interesting reading from all walks of the hardware scene, there is surely something to satisfy everyone's hunger.  So, go grab a second cup of coffee, kick back and relax before you hit the cubical for the day.  Here is your AM shot... CPU Scaling ATIs and NVIDIAs Best @ HardOCP.com "Our CPU scaling experiences really helped us understand just how important the CPU is to having a great gaming experience. In real-world gaming situations with a slower CPU such as an AthlonXP 2500+ or a Pentium4 2.4GHz, the video performance becomes extremely... Read more...
Good evening friends, welcome back :)  Things around the HH labs have quieted down for the night.  However, before we dive between the sheets for a bit of shuteye, we have a tasty bedtime snack for you.  With a killer "case" mod, some insight into BTX MoBo's and a few other swank articles, you should rest at ease knowing you are on top of the hardware scene ;)  Here is your nightcap... Flexiglow Illuminated Keyboard @ ASE Labs "Flexiglow is a pretty well-known name in the computer modding field. Their products focus mainly on lighting enhancements. Today, we'll take a look at their new lighted keyboard and see if it is worth your money. Read on... " ATI... Read more...
Auravision's EluminX Keyboard Illuminating technology "Burned in" by Robert Maloney July 30th, 2003 While we here at HotHardware have written countless articles on motherboards, video cards, and the like, we haven't often found the time or reason to comment on one piece of everyone's setup, the keyboard.   For the most part, keyboards and mice get the short thrift by most users.  We know we need them (in fact, we couldn't really do anything without them) but they are often an afterthought.  However, as more and more people are customizing their computers, every individual piece of hardware starts to come under consideration. When in comes to keyboards, Microsoft... Read more...
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