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AAXA Technologies P1 Projector Review

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The AAXA P1 projector is quickly becoming one of the more popular pico projectors on the market. This model features 12 ANSI lumens, a VGA (640 x 480) resolution, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio.

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Nvidia denies x86 chip plans

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Nvidia's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang has denied rumours that his company is looking to challenge Intel's CPU dominance with the launch of its own range of x86 chips.

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SIM2 Solar Series infinite contrast HDR LCD ships in Q2

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After several years high dynamic range LCD technology is finally ready for market, now that SIM2 and Dolby are showing off this Solar Series 47-inch screen at the 2009 Integrated Systems Europe show.

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MSI Big Bang-FUZION: Lucid Hydra arrives

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With anticipation mounting higher than Everest, MSI and Lucid have big, bold performance statements to fill. With the ability to run a mix of different graphics cards together in multi-GPU setups, and promising performance better than what Nvidia and ATI offer - we put these claims to the test.

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Robot Vacuum Controllable Via Cell Phone

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Finally, its a Roomba knockoff from Asia that appears not to be a Roomba knockoff! The CW100 robot vacuum has been developed not by a robotics company, but by a telecom (KTF), for use with their 3G mobile phones.

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Two New iPhone AR Apps Hit

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Augmented reality is probably the hottest current trend in the app world. AR is the natural expansion of smartphone technology. It isnt enough that we be able to connect to the Internet whenever we wish.


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Man's Radio Connects World:

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NATCHEZ -- Just one look at Bob King's plain blue sedan reveals there's more to it than meets the eye. And the same goes for his house. Both the car and house have giant antennas King uses to indulge his ham radio hobby. And when The Dart fell on King's Brookfield Drive residence, King was at his radio making connections a world away. But King's radio isn't the traditional kind used for listening to music. A ham radio is a wireless communication device that allows its users to talk with each other over radio frequencies, no matter the distance. "It's just a lot of fun for me," King said sitting at his radio desk.

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Intel X25-M SSDs slowing down with extensive use?

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Intels X25-M SSD drives have certainly shown themselves more than capable enough in the usual tests and various configurations, but a long-term test report from the folks at PC Perspective is now casting a bit of doubt onto their long-term effectiveness and speediness.

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Sprint 4G in Portland and Las Vegas Gets Priced

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One of the things that many have been wondering about was the pricing that Sprint would attach to the 4G service it offers in a few cities around the country.


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Shortcovers eBook App Hits Pre

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The Shortcovers eBook application is now available for the Palm Pre. I can see the appeal of reading books on larger screen devices like the Kindle or Kindle DX from Amazon, but I cant see the appeal of reading an eBook on a small device like the Pre or the iPhone.


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America Tunes In to Andrews Radio:

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Before the days of cell phones, internet and satellite communication, there was high frequency radio communication. While non-radio personnel may not fully appreciate the technology, amateur ‘‘hams" and military radio operators know that when all else fails, amateur radio, and its military counterpart, work." Last weekend, the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard co-sponsored their annual two-day event, The Armed Forces Day Military/Amateur Cross Band Communications Test, marking the event's 59th anniversary. Fifteen military facilities participated in this event, including the Andrews' High Frequency Centralized Network Control Station, which had 16 Team Andrews radio operators from the 89th Communications Squadron on air for 12 hours conducting voice checks with calling stations. ‘‘These tests give amateur radio operators -- and people listening on short-wave radios -- the opportunity to demonstrate their radio skills and receive recognition from the Department of Defense for making contact with one of the participating stations," said Airman 1st Class Robert Stroh, 89 CS radio operator and event organizer. ‘‘This year we received 262 radio checks from coast to coast and as far away as Belgium, Germany and Switzerland," Airman Stroh said.

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Ohio Radio Club Remembers World War II Submarine:

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CLEVELAND -- Bill Chaikin leaned forward and stretched out his right arm, his shoulders nearly brushing the dusty radio equipment filling the cramped room inside the steel hull. He set three fingers on a nearby telegraph key and started fishing. His digits danced down and up and down again, drumming out a call in dots and dashes: "This is the World War II submarine USS Cod. W-8-C-O-D ..." The South Euclid man pressed on for more than a minute, then listened for someone to tap back. It didn't take long. "When you get out there and say you're in a submarine," Chaikin said, "everyone wants to talk to you." It's the bait that Chaikin and others in an amateur-radio club use to share the story of the Cod, which patrolled the South Pacific from 1943 until the war ended two years later. It sank dozens of enemy ships, including a Japanese destroyer, during seven missions through the salty waters.

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Natal to get Christmas 2010 release

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Microsoft has confirmed that Natal, the new video controller for the Xbox 360, will be released in time for Christmas this year.

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Motorola Morrison Running Android Sighted.

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The Motorola Morrison has been a rumored T-Mobile Android headset for a while now. Now we have what looks like confirmation of those rumors. Leaked pictures of a Motorola employees Morrison handset have hit the Internet.


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Do It Yourself Projection Screen

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Do you want a cheap portable projector screen? Well so did this DIY expert, which is why he made his own. The screen is very simple and only takes about an hour to make.


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NCVEC Releases New Technician Class Question Pool

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The Question Pool Committee (QPC) of the National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (NCVEC) released the new Technician class (Element 2) question pool on Monday, January 4. This new question pool will become effective for all examinations administered on or after July 1, 2010; it will remain valid until June 30, 2014. The current Technician question pool that became effective July 1, 2006 will expire June 30, 2010. The new Technician pool contains approximately 400 questions, from which 35 are selected for an Element 2 examination; it will contain graphics and diagrams, something new for this element. The current General class question pool was effective July 1, 2007 and is valid through June 30, 2011. The current Amateur Extra class pool was effective July 1, 2008 and is valid until June 30, 2012.

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Epic Fail: ECS X58B-A motherboard

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We've tried and tried and tried over the last few months to get this motherboard to work, and eventually we sometimes just have to call it a day. And that's often one of the hardest things to accept because we've ploughed so much time into it.

One of the benefits of our new blog is that there's now a medium for us to forewarn you about those products that come into our labs but don't make it through the review process after many, many man hours trying - for example, this board has been on and off the test bench for nearly three months now. It gives us a chance to name and shame products that really don't meet the grade at all - we hope it won't happen too often but you never know... this could become more regular than we'd expect.

Epic Fail: ECS X58B-A motherboard Hardware Fail #1: ECS X58B-A Motherboard

To cut a long story short, our first board was sent back to ECS in Taiwan after our initial failed attempts to get it working. The company claimed it was faulty and sent another they guaranteed as working - it even came with a nice "It works!" sticker on the box.

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Waterproof Casio Exilim out now on Verizon.

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The new Casio Exilim is now available on the Verizon network. The Exilim is a clamshell phone with a pivoting top, a tough ?mil-spec? design, a 5. 1 megapixel camera, and VZ Navigator.


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Apple plans 3G Macs

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A job posting from Apple points towards a refresh of the Mac lineup to include internal 3G modems to supplement the existing AirPort wireless networking.

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Carnegie Mellon University Announces Pop-up Touch Screens

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A few weeks ago you may have read about the SLAP Widgets from Media Computing Group. This was one of the first attempts to give a touch screen table the ability to have all the benefits of a physical button, dial, or switch.


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Pa. Gives $500K to Amateur's (K3TUP, SK) Cancer Research Work:

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ERIE, Pa. (AP) -- The state is contributing 500,000 dollars toward work on a device that kills cancer cells using radio waves that was invented by an amateur cancer researcher from Erie who died earlier this year. The Department of Community and Economic Development is funneling the money to Industrial Sales and Manufacturing Inc., a Milker Township company that helped John Kanzius build the machines. Kanzius died in February at age 64. He had no medical background, but built the device after researching cancer and learning about radio waves. He was formerly a partner at Erie's Jet Broadcasting Co.

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