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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,27 2007 - tech 
TechNews - ForceWare 162.15 BETA - tech
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  • Intel G35 chipsets will not support DirectX 10 until 2008 -  Intel's G35 chipset was originally planned to support DirectX 10 at launch time.
  • ATI Radeon HD 2400 XT benchmarks (in German) - check it out
  • NVIDIA ForceWare 162.15 BETA (Windows XP) - The new beta driver improves compatibility for Lost Planet.
  • iTunes Anonymizer - The free software allows consumers to erase their name and e-mail addresses from their iTunes Plus files. The software, which can only anonymize one file at a time, also offers to make a backup of the original file.
  • Windows Live Folders and Photo Gallery announced - Windows Live Folders, which we showed you when it briefly popped up back in May, is the first attempt at a "storage in the cloud" service for Windows Live. The beta will provide 500mb of online storage at no charge, with a 50mb individual file size cap. Windows Live Photo Gallery is a new product, an "upgrade" from the Windows Photo Gallery that comes with Vista, and which will be available as a free download for Windows XP SP2 as well.
  • Controversial BBC iPlayer launching this fall; open beta on July 27 - The BBC finally spills the details on the launch of iPlayer, a standalone software application that allows UK residents to download full TV shows up to a week after they air on TV.
  • New algorithms to make parallel programming easy - Researchers have put together a prototype system made up of 64 parallel processors they claim is 100 times faster than current desktop PCs.
  • Walt Mossberg reviews the iPhone (video) - The first official iPhone reviews are out, and everyone loves it!
  • Change TV Channels Without A Remote! (video) - This hack shows you how to change TV channels without a remote control, and annoy your family!
  • Brookstone kicks out anti-snoring Sona pillow - The secret lies in the patented Sona Pillow's shape. Users place one arm comfortably under the pillow's sleeping surface in a recessed space and remain in a naturally comfortable side-sleeping position thanks to the pillow's triangular design and raised center
  • LEGO Aircraft Carrier - This LEGO aircraft carrier is one of the most detailed models I have ever come across.
  • NASA publishes spectacular images of the recent mission - STS-117 Atlantis mission's rendezvous with Expedition 15 of the International Space Station
  • MSNBC anchor tears up Paris script! Must see! :-) - Give that anchor a raise!
  • Sexy Shay Laren Pics - check it out!
 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,26 2007 - tech
TechNews - iPhone Service Plan Rates Revealed - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,25 2007 - tech
TechNews - ATi Catalyst 7.6 Drivers - tech
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Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Beta Performance - tech
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The chaps over at AMDZone have tested the Enemy Territory Quake Wars beta with GeForce 8800GTX, GeForce 8800GTS 640MB, GeForce 8800GTS 320MB, GeForce 8600GTS, GeForce 7900GTX, GeForce 7900GT and GeForce 7600GT  at 1280X864, and 1600X1200:
Clearly from our initial numbers ETQW loves the GeForce 8 cards particularly if you have an 8800 of any type. They can handle full on eye candy and maintain frame rates much higher than their GeForce 7 counterparts. Sure they are DX10 cards, but in this DX9 game they shine. Now results may vary, and in fire fights expect the performance to drop as more units are rendered. However from play testing experience there is a marked advantage to using an 8800 card versus a 7900 that you certainly notice as we experienced during several hours of play.

As for the gameplay itself clearing there needs to be some balancing and tweaking done. Head to head with Battlefield 2142 it does not yet stand up. Vehicles behave too much like toys. The tank is far to easy to destroy. If you are trying to shoot a Strogg hovering with the pack in the sky good luck. There is a lot of potential of course, and with Team Fortress 2 not out till October we hope that we can have a nice alternative squad based shooter to Battlefield this Summer.
 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,24 2007 - tech
Sunday Reading - New iPhone Details leaked - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,22 2007 - tech
TechNews - Want to fly? For $200K, You Can! - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,21 2007 - tech
TechNews - Tesla GPU For High End Computing - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,20 2007 - tech
TechNews - Gateway recalls 14,000 batteries - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,19 2007 - tech
TechNews - AT&T launches $10 ADSL service - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,18 2007 - tech
TechNews - Norton AntiVirus is A Virus-well sort of - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,15 2007 - tech
TechNews - Intel Pentium E2140 & E2160 tested - tech
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NVIDIA Issues with Call of Juarez DX10 Benchmark - tech
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The Call of Juarez Benchmark released last week is one of the first few DirectX 10 benchmarks for public to try out. According to NVIDIA however, the benchmark includes new code that substantially reduces performance of NVIDIA hardware. Basically, it is claimed to be very skewed towards ATI hardware. The key issues brought up are:
- NVIDIA's DX10 hardware-based multi-sampled Anti-Aliasing resolve is disabled in the benchmark, with all NVIDIA GPUs now being forced to use software-based AA resolve similar to the ATI DX10 GPU (which lacks hardware AA resolve). This artificially deflates performance on NVDIA graphics cards and users are not getting the benefit of a key NVIDIA hardware feature.

- A hidden "ExtraQuality" parameter only accessible via a configuration file is automatically enabled when the benchmark is run on NVIDIA hardware, no matter what the setting in the configuration file. This setting has no apparent visual quality enhancement, but reduces NVIDIA GPU performance.

- Changes to shaders that deflate NVIDIA performance by approximately 10-14%, without improving visual quality on either NVIDIA or ATI GPUs.
 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,13 2007 - tech
TechNews - Intel Core 2 Duo Price Drop In Sept. - tech
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  • Intel Core 2 Duo Price Drop In September - According to Intel partners, price reduction for Core 2 Duo processors is planned in September. Its value will be from 24% to 32%. Partners also confirmed that Core 2 Quad price will be lowered on 22 July (Core 2 Quad Q6600 - 2.4 GHz- will descend to $266)
  • Analysts Continue to Expect AMD to Delay Quad-Core Processor - AMD was quick to deny such a possibility, however, many now expect AMD's new chips to become massively available only in Q4 2007.
  • Radeon HD 2900 XT vs. 320MB 8800 GTS - Armed with new drivers, HardOCP pit the Radeon HD 2900 XT against the BFGTech GF 8800 GTS, in both the 320MB and 640MB flavors, with interesting results: "we did not see any magic happen when it comes to real world gaming experiences at resolutions at and above 1600x1200. The ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT is not even a match for even the much less expensive and much less power hungry 320 MB GeForce 8800 GTS. " Weird benchmarks, why they tested only 1600x1200 resolution? Heh.
  • Apple Gaming Follow-up - EA's games will run on Macs thanks to Cider from TransGaming, who also supply software to allow Linux users to run Windows games. The article goes on to question the performance hit this may entail, what this may mean to companies that port Windows games (most notably Aspyr), how id's new engine may fare on lower end Mac video cards (which is apparently most of them), etc.
  • How-To: Making a Bart PE Disk - check it out
  • Secret Photo Embedded On Vista DVDs? - According to this blog post (with pictures), Windows Vista Business has an embedded photo right on the DVD itself.
  • The Lockdown: Gun locks - unsafe at any caliber - The article includes a video of an eleven-year-old breaking into three trigger locks in three minutes with an ice pick.
  • Israel's new spy satellite can see bottles on the floor - Yeah it's true. Israeli officials said Ofeq-7 contained a reconnaissance platform that could spot bottles on the floor
  • Have You Noticed the Cell Phone 'Phantom Vibration Syndrome'? - Some who have experienced this recurring phantom vibrations have wondered whether the strange phenomenon has physical roots: Is it caused by nerve damage or muscle memory? The answer is quite intriguing.
  • Lightning Car Company to build 700HP all-electric GT -  Three models are expected to be offered including a luxury version, a lightweight sports version that can reach 60 mph in less than four seconds.
  • How Google Earth Works  - All the info behind the coolest mapping application to date.
  • FBI plans huge anti-terror data-mining - The FBI wants to compile a massive computer database and analyze it for clues to unmask terrorist sleeper cells. Two congressmen are worried about whether the bureau will protect the privacy of U.S. citizens.
  • Marzia Prince Photos - Not only is she super HOT, Marzia Prince is a Cooper Certified Personal Trainer.
  • Sexy Ivanka Trump Pics - Ivanka just seems to get better looking each time I see her and uh, I'm sure a lot of you guys would be interested in working under her ;)
 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,12 2007 - tech
TechNews - DDR2 vs DDR3 - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,11 2007 - tech
TechNews - Safari Web Browser For WinXP-Vista - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,10 2007 - tech
Sunday Reading - Carbon Nanotube Cooler - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,08 2007 - tech
TechNews - MSI P35 Platinum Mobo Tested - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,07 2007 - tech
TechNews - GeForce 8000 Series Price Cut? - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,06 2007 - tech
TechNews - Intel 45nm Penryn Quad-Core Spy Pics - tech
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 Gameguru Mania News - Jun,05 2007 - tech
TechNews - Firefox 3.0 may block sites - tech
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  • EVGA GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB Superclocked - All in all, it hits a pretty reasonable price point for its performance level - It isn't as cheap as a handful of reference-clocked GeForce 8800 GTS 640MB parts, but it also weighs in as one of the cheaper factory overclocked boards. Considering the 10-12% performance advantages this SKU offers the board, it's very much worth it, particularly if you want to push your in-game settings beyond 1600x1200 with anti-aliasing enabled.
  • XFX Launched 8600 GT Fatal1ty - The 8600 GT Fatal1ty comes with 256MB DDR3 at 620MHz memory clock
  • New MacBook Pros with Santa Rosa and LED Displays - Apple has introduced the new MacBook Pros as expected.
  • 30 Days with Mac OS X - If you are a PC user and want to know what OS X has to offer over Windows, this is definitely a must read.
  • Firefox 3.0 may block sites fingered by Google - Mozilla Corp. is considering adding a tool to Firefox 3.0 that would automatically block Web sites.
  • New Vulnerabilities Hit Firefox And Internet Explorer - According to this article, security researchers have found four new vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. There are no patches yet available from either company.
  • CompUSA Makes Good On Empty Box Sale - In case you haven't heard about this one already, CompUSA sold some guy an empty camera box for $269
  • Google Maps Street View : Guy Peeing On the Side of the Road - Just zoom in a bit more for in-depth peeing action.
  • Yummy Sunny Cruz Pics - Thinking about getting away and relaxing a bit this summer? Well, why wait when you can check out Sunny Cruz right now? :-D
  • The 2007 MTV Movie Awards - Jessica Alba, Paris Hilton, Rihanna - check it out!