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Barco Installs 1000th Digital Projector in China

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Barco is a global leader in digital cinema technology. Today they announced that they have completed their 1000th digital cinema projector installation in China.


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Eizo Foris FX2431 24in TFT Monitor Review

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Eizo usually caters for image professionals, but the new Foris range is the company's first foray into entertainment screens. Expect high quality images, more features than you could possibly want, excellent build quality and probably a price to match!

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MSI: Finally hitting the nail on the head

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Where other motherboard manufacturers have fallen by the wayside (DFI, as proved by both the mediocre DK 790FXB-M3H5, and the reader reaction to it), or given up altogether (Abit, Epox), MSI is moving onwards and upwards.

MSI used to consistently languish in a distant third place (compared to Asus and Gigabyte) but this year not only has it really challenged the dominant two, in my opinion, it's successfully achieved a top tier place with many recommendation-worthy products.

For those who know me, writing something so unanimously positive is a difficult objective, being the critical barsteward I am. This reputation seems to have carried more than I've realised, as the conversation below proves after I tweeted that I was writing "a blog about MSI". Thank you for your honesty, my anonymous friend.

Not Doug says (21:50):
Rude blog?
Richard :: bit-tech says (21:51):
Positive
Not Doug says (21:51):
SHOCKMAHORRA!
Richard :: bit-tech says (21:51):
I know
Not Doug says (21:51):
I thought you were meant to be rude to everyone

However the more I write this the more obvious it seems, so, I can be nice when the situation calls for it!

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New Zealand Foundation

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The NZART minutes for February indicate New Zealand is moving towards the eventual introduction of Foundation level for Amateur Radio

Read more: Southgate Amateur Radio Club RSS Feed

 

FM radio used in propaganda war

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As fighting continues in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province (NWFP) as many as 150 illegal FM stations are reported as being active in the region

Read more: Southgate Amateur Radio Club RSS Feed

 

Bye bye Barcelona and Mobile World Congress 2009

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Another MWC is done and were on one hand happy we were there to cover it for yall, sad to see it gone, but relieved we can start eating normally and sleeping again.

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AT&T to sell iPhone 3G at $599 with No-Commitment

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AT&T is apparently getting ready to sell the 8GB and 16GB iPhone 3G without a contract for $599 and $699 respectively. Boy Genius Report has some slides from an AT&T Customer Care Team meeting explaining the details of this new iPhone deals from AT&T.

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What Hardware Should I Buy? - March 2009

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What changed for March? Take a look at our recommendations for building a budget, premium and ultimate system if you're in the market for a new PC. We provide a breakdown of first choice and alternatives to help balance and sift out the best products at your fingertips.

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RUF2-RVS, Buffalos Ultra Quick USB Key

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Maybe not as fast as a German RUF creation, the Buffalo RUF2-RVS series USB thumb-key has nothing to be ashamed of. Available in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB, the SLC type memory card achieves transfer speeds up to 38MB/sec.

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WLI-UC-GNT let you share your PC Internet connection with your Gaming Device

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Made for the Nintendo DS, Wii, PSP and PS3, Buffalo new WLI-UC-GNT is a simple USB dongle that once connected to your PC will allow you to connect your gaming device to the internet wirelessly.


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BlackBerry Pearl 8230 caught in Verizon garb

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Weve been hearing some idle chatter that RIM intends to redo its Pearl 8220 flip in a CDMA flavor any minute now -- and RIMs one of the best manufacturers in the game at spreading its wealth equally between the GSM and CDMA sides of the fence, so an 8230 model seemed like a foregone conclusion from the moment the 8220 was announced.

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Charter launching 60Mbps broadband, asks FiOS what?

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Still waiting for Verizons FiOS to come and light up your neighborhood with blistering download speeds? Now you have something even faster to wait for, with Charter Communications announcing it is launching a 60Mbps broadband service, utilizing DOCSIS 3.

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Apple reports most profitable quarter on record in spite of 8 percent less iPod sale

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Fiscal 2009 fourth quarter was the most profitable for Apple thanks to record Macintosh computer and iPhone sales. In the quarter ended on Sept.


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Western Digital VelociRaptor 300GB

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While we've looked at plenty of SSDs recently, there's still place in the market for an ultra-fast mechanical drive.Today we're looking at Western Digital's 10,000RPM 300GB VelociRaptor and finding out if it's a clever girl or facing extinction in the face of the new crop of SSDs.

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Video: iPhone OS 3.0 walkthrough

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Many of us -- okay, a small handful of us -- wouldnt dream of putting beta firmware on our day-to-day devices, so we wanted to treat that very special group of safety-minded individuals to a once-over with iPhone OS 3.

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Victorian Style Home Theater

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The Victorian era is known for the highly detailed architecture and classic style. This home owner decided to use the Victorian style and create a theater that could be used for both adult and child entertainment.


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Zagg invisibleSHIELD Available at Target Stores

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Zagg makes the super thin invisibleSHIELD protective films that are custom cut to exactly fit the iPhone and several iPod models. The thin clear film protects the iPhone form scratches and was originally a film used by the military to protect helicopter blades.


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Samsung Behold from T-Mobile impresses with 5MP and $100

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The Samsung Behold touchscreen phone got unveiled last November. The T-Mbbile exclusive Samsung Behold is the 2nd most selling phone right now on LetsTalk.

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PVRC January Webinar Schedule:

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The Potomac Valley Radio Club (PVRC) is pleased to announce two exciting Webinars for January. The first event is scheduled for January 14 at 8 PM EST (January 15 - 01:00 UTC). Well known contester and the man behind Contest University Tim Duffy, K3LR, will present a look at Contest University (CTU) 2010, including the course line up and list of professors. Tim will review the past 3 years and tell you what makes CTU 2010 the best yet.

Read more: eHam.net News

 

Vanity Call Sign Fees to Increase September 10:

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On August 11, the FCC announced that the cost of an Amateur Radio vanity call sign will increase 1.10, from 12.30 to 13.40.

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Ohio ARES District 10 Now on Twitter:

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Like many other volunteer communications organizations, District 10 of the Ohio Amateur Radio Emergency Service is joining thousands of Twitter users. New to Twitter? According to the website, "Twitter has grown into a real-time short messaging service that works over multiple networks and devices". The intent is to provide another great tool for ARES Leaders to reach out to people. There are people who do not read newsletters. There are hams who do not check into nets. There are radio operators who do not and/or cannot come to meetings. Why not take the opportunity to keep those people informed?

Read more: eHam.net News

 
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