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Brütal Legend Preview

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The next game from the mind of Tim Schafer is a hilarious romp through a world inspired mainly by heavy metal album covers. With a kick-ass soundtrack, hordes of evil demons to vanquish and more long hair than you can shake a guitar at, Brütal Legend looks to be a hell of a game!

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Rumour: ATI RV870 to use 384-bit memory bus

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Will ATI up its memory bus to 384-bit for its forthcoming RV870 GPU design?

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Servamus emcom exercise a success!

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ZS9WRR reports that the exercise in emergency communication held over the past weekend, was a huge success

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Ham Radio Enthusiasts Take the Call:

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In an era where cell phones and text messages prevail as a means of communication, it was the hands-on approach of using Morse code and bouncing radio waves to other ham operators that captured the attention of Chuck Minton. "I was probably in seventh grade when I came across an old amateur radio hand book that was falling apart," said the Meadow Vista handyman. "It was very interesting and opened up a whole new area of science for me. "By the middle of high school I had found a small radio receiver from the 1950s and would listen to the amateur channel," he continued. "At the time you had to learn Morse code and be able to read and type out 13 words a minute to get a license. I thought there was no way I could ever do that." Discouraged and overwhelmed, Minton said he put his dream of operating a ham radio on the shelf. When he learned the requirements were dropping to five words a minute in 2000, Minton realized he could achieve his lifelong goal of being a certified radio operator. "I spent a whole year studying 20 minutes a night to learn Morse code before I did any of the book work," he explained. "Computer programs made the task easier. Eventually I took the test and passed with flying colors." Since then, the code requirements have been eliminated, which opens the door for more people to become radio operators. With the change, Minton is hopeful a younger generation will take an interest in learning the skill. "Many of the clubs members are 60 years or older, but there is a need to find younger operators who we can pass the baton to," said Colfax resident Rick Prime, who not only teaches classes to radio enthusiasts, but has also constructed radio towers. Radio operators are also called upon to assist during emergency situations, Minton pointed out.

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Ofcom publishes Draft Spectrum Plan for London 2012

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On Wednesday the UK regulator Ofcom published proposals for managing the airwaves for the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. These will support the thousands of different wireless services needed in the run-up to and during the seven weeks of the events

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Crystal PRO700, Sparkling Quality from CrystalROC & Audio Technica

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CrystalRoc, yes, they are the Ones who adorn your precious items with crystals and make them The Worlds Most Stylish of its kind, be it a microphone, drum, i-Pod Touch, Blackberry or Laptop.


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JT4 on the Microwave Bands

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A growing number of Radio Amateurs are using the JT4 mode on the microwave bands with excellent results. JT4 is part of the WSJT weak signal software developed by Joe Taylor, K1JT

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THQ makes $430 million loss

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THQ has posted a a loss of more than 430 million dollars, saved only by the solid performance of a few titles.

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Mio Moov S501

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Mio Moov S501 was announced today, alongside Moov S401 which we just mentioned. All the features are almost identical between the two units, except that Moov S501 has a bigger screen that measures 4.


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Microsoft phasing out Windows Genuine Advantage

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Microsoft reveals reveals that its Windows Genuine Advantage system will be replaced with Windows Activation Technologies in Windows 7 and Vista.

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Ham Radio to the Rescue -- ARES Fills Communication Gaps:

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During the Hayman Fire in 2002 one of biggest issues facing the firefighters besides the dry, windy conditions and containing one of Colorado's largest wildfires was communicating with the various agencies involved. "Communication is one of the first things to suffer during an emergency," said Wes Wilson, member of the Pikes Peak Amateur Radio Emergency Service. "That's where we step in. We use our radios to bridge the gaps between agencies." Pikes Peak ARES is a group of ham radio operators who provide radio communications "When all else fails," -- part of the ARES motto, which finishes with "amateur radio works." "We call ourselves amateurs but in an emergency we have to be professionals," Wilson said. "Lives depend on us."

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Sony wants profit, not market share

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Sony is apparently unconcerned with the lack of PS3 sales and is more concerned with profitability than sheer market share.

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BN WALL MOUNTED ROTATOR ANTENNA MAST BRACKET - 40.00 GBP

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U.K. ONLY - DUE TO WEIGHT OF ITEM SORRY FOR THE INCREASE IN POSTAGE THIS IS NOT BY ME THE POST OFFICE HAS AGAIN PUT IT POSTAL CHARGES UP BIG MARTS BRACKETS (MOCCW - CALL SIGN) I HAVE FOR SALE A WALL MOUNTED ROTATOR ANTENNA MAST BRACKET THESE BRACKETS ARE BOLTED TO THE WALL OF YOUR HOUSE OR OTHER STRONG STRUCTURE), TO ENBABLE THE ROTATOR TO BE BOLTED TO THE BOTTOM PLATE/BRACKET AND THE THRUST BEARING TO THE TOP PLATE/BRACKET MEASUREMENTS - ROTATOR BASE BRACKET(BOTTOM BRACKET) - 14.5 INS LONG x INS WIDE ANTENNA MAST THRUST BEARING (TOP BRACKET)14.5 INS LONG x INS WIDE AS YOU CAN SEE IT IS VERY SECURE AND STRONG AND IS ALL STEEL CONSTRUCTION. THIS IS CONSTRUCTED USING 5MM STEEL UNLIKE SOME OF THE THINNER COMMERCIAL MASS PRODUCED ITEMS YOU CAN BUY i use 5mm steel so it is very strong and wont shift in any weathers I USE INDUSTRIAL PRIMER x UNDERCOATS AND CAN EITHER LEAVE IT WITH JUST THE PRIMER ON OR YOU CAN HAVE IT SPRAYED WITH CELLULOSE PAINT IN BLACK CHOICE IS YOURS JUST LET ME KNOW I MAKE THESE TO YOUR OWN MEASUREMENTS SO PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 7-10 DAYS TO POSTING I HAVE NOW LISTED THE TILT-OVER MASTS AS WELL - DUE TO POPLULAR DEMAND!. SO THAT YOU CAN TAKE YOUR AERIALS DOWN. AS WELL A

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Home Theater is Designed to Endure the Weather

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One of the big problems with outdoor home theaters is the weather. A gust of wind could easily turn a screen into a sail and rain and snow can easily destroy any electronics that arent built for the elements.


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LGs GD900 with (multi-touch?) transparent keypad gets S-Class UI

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The recent glut of telephony news can mean only one thing: CTIA Wireless 2009 is getting ready to kick off in Vegas baby, Las Vegas. In the runup we have LG upping the hype on its 13.

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Methodist Hospital in Houston Receives New Platos Cave

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About a year ago you may have heard about a new project called the CAVEman project, which used several 3D projectors to display a virtual 3D image into the center of the room.


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Games I Own: The Thief Series

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First, a confession; I wasn’t going to write about Thief originally. I was actually trying to write a blog post about the gaming achievement I was most proud of, which for me was completing Bookworm in classic mode. In the course of writing that post I started talking about Thief though and before long the game was dominating the post. I love Thief.

I got introduced to Thief back when the first demo came out on a PC Gamer cover disc, though I actually only tried the demo as a matter of curiosity. Even back then the graphics were too ugly to attract my attention straight away.

When I got in to the demo though, which was the entire first level of the game, I was hooked. Not just hooked in the way that I played it three or four times either; I was physically addicted. I’m confident that, if someone put a gun to my head, I could play that level with my eyes shut. Lord Bafford’s Manor was permanently etched onto my brain with the kind of furious heat that only comes from eyes that burn from staring at a screen so long.

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Olympus E-P2 with VF-2 Viewfinder- promotes shooting from unique perspectives

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To enrich photographic potential, the new Olympus E-P2 includes a port for an electronic viewfinder or external microphones. Two additional Art Filters combine with the new i-Enhance function for yet more creativity and image enhancement.


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T-Mobile Unveils W233 Renew Handset

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T-Mobile has announced a new Moto handset called the W233 Renew. The handset is described as the ideal mobile phone for eco-conscious consumers and is exclusive to T-Mobile.

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High Frequency Co-ordination Conference taking place in Tunisia

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The winter session of the High Frequency Co-ordination Conference (HFCC) is taking place this week in Tunisia, with the participation of 130 delegates, representing 30 countries and 50 broadcasting organizations

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Christie Announces Solaria Series

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It looks like Christie is looking out to the future already as they announced today the beginning of a new series of large venue projectors called the Solaria Series.


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