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Free D&D Online boosts paid subscriptions

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Turbine has revealed that releasing D&D Online for free has boosted paid subscriptions by 40 percent.

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BlackBerry Pearl 8230 flips its way into the FCCs heart

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In the unlikely event that you needed a few final shreds of evidence to be convinced that the CDMA version of the BlackBerry Pearl flip -- the 8230 -- is real, feast your eyes on this heavy reading.

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Google demos HTML5-based Maps on the Palm Pre

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Looks like offline Gmail on the iPhone wasnt the only trick Googles Vic Gondotra has up his sleeve during his talk at MWC -- he also gave a quick demo of Google Maps running as a web app on the Palm Pre.

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Palm confirms games are in development for Pre, drops a few other tidbits

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We sat down with Palm today and in addition to spotting that soft-touch cover we chatted them up on where things stand, how things are progressing, and various other clarifications about webOS and the Pre that have yet to be made.

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Sony shows that C stands for Crocodile with skinned VAIO Type C

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Shattering misconceptions that crocodiles only come in various shades of dark, menacing green, Sony has managed to genetically engineer crocs in girly pink, luscious red, and chocolaty brown colors exclusively for the sake of wrapping its CS series VAIO notebooks in organic texture.

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Nikon CoolPix S1000pj Digital Camera Projector Review

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The Nikon CoolPix S1000pj is the worlds first camera projector. It is capable of displaying VGA (640 x 480) resolution and 10 ANSI lumens onto a 40-inch screen.


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Toshiba announces USIM card for use in mobile phones

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Toshiba today announced the development of a new USIM card for use in mobile phones supporting the NFC (Near Field Communication) function, in anticipation of the worldwide rollout of mobile contactless services forecast for 2010 and 2011.

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Annual Vernon Parish Hamfest:

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The Hamfest is an annual opportunity for "hams", or amateur radio operators, to get to know each other. Many of these hams have talked to each other over various radio frequencies but have yet to meet each other in a face to face encounter, this festival allows them to do that. The Hamfest also provides education for any newcomers, with so many experienced hams in one place you're bound to learn something new about the hobby. And what a hobby it is with over 679864 ham radio operators in the United States alone the hobby is hooking newcomers like there's no tomorrow, and this year's ham-festival is expecting anywhere from 300 to 500 people. Including over sixty members of our local ham radio club. Not only is the festival an opportunity to meet other locals involved with these ham-radios, with a record of nearly 35 years of dedicated hams and newcomers, it is also the longest running Hamfest in Louisiana. Almost as famous as the festival itself, are it's door prizes which range from laptops and radios to vacuum cleaners and microwaves. The majority of the door prizes are bought by the West Central Louisiana Amateur Radio Club members themselves. Right alongside the array of door prizes are the various radio companies who have every thing from CB radios to antennae. Being a ham is about meeting people, whether they're from America, Japan, or anywhere else in the world. But the benefits of the hobby don't end there. Ham-radios are especially useful when all other methods of communication aren't. During the majority of major disasters, local police, firemen and other local radio and telephone systems are down, overloaded, or simply don't have the capabilities to provide communications needed to save lives and property. Cell phones become useless due to severe congestion or damage. A ham radio operator can have his or her equipment ready and be on air within thirty minutes during an emergency situation. During many such situations Hams are some of the first people to respond.

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2009 Winter Section Manager Election Results:

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ARRL members in the North Texas Section have elected a new Section Manager. Jay Urish, W5GM, of Flower Mound, received 740 votes; his opponent, incumbent Section Manager Tom Blackwell, N5GAR, of Dallas, received 678 votes. Blackwell has served as Section Manager since 2005. In Arizona, members re-elected incumbent Tom Fagan, K7DF, of Tucson. Fagan, who has been Section Manger since 2005, received 1016 votes; Robert Spencer, KE8DM, of Yuma, received 205 votes. Ballots were counted and verified at ARRL Headquarters on Tuesday, February 24.

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Velocity engine shows potential for CPU physics

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Terminal Reality demonstrates its Infernal Engine in Ghostbusters, showing how physics can scale over multiple CPU threads.

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ETSI Standards available as free downloads

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While some people have been able, through their work, to use the ETSI DVD's few individuals are willing to spend 2000 Euros to purchase them. Fortunately private individuals can download ETSI publications free of charge from the ETSI website

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Sapphire launches Radeon HD 5870 Vapor-X

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Today marks the day when you can place your order for the Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 Vapor-x graphics card.

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Super Talent announces MasterDrive SX SSDs with 128MB of DRAM cache

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Super Talent today launched a new line of MasterDrive SX SSDs that incorporate 128MB of DRAM cache and reach new performance levels in high performance laptops.


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Left 4 Dead 2 trailer leaked

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Valve has had a trailer for Left 4 Dead 2 leaked, as well as being refused a ratings appeal in Australia.

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Ubisoft announces Silent Hunter 5

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GAMESCOM 09: Ubisoft has announced the next installment of sub sim Silent Hunter, and it will be a PC exclusive title.

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Hot Windows 7 Notebooks Available For Pre-order On Amazon

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Windows 7 goes on sale next week. I searched on Amazon and found several interesting new Windows 7 notebooks that you can already pre-order to be among the first to own a Windows 7 laptop.


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Acer Aspire Z5600 All-in-One Touchscreen PC unveiled

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Acer unveiled the stylish All-in-one Acer Aspire Z5600 PC featuring a 24 inch display. The Acer Aspire Z5600 is already aimed at leveraging the touch features of Windows 7.

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BlackBerry Niagara 9630 given yet another pre-release shakedown

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Man, RIMs just full of leaks when it comes to the purported next CDMA BlackBerry, and as long as theyre not memory leaks, we dont think well be complaining.

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IOTA news

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Weekly IOTA News - compiled by Fredy, DE0MST of the Deutscher Amateur Radio Club

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Archos 7 Android Tablet w/ Flash Storage Leaked

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There is of course an Archos 7 Tablet on the Archos site running on Linux. This new scoop from ArchosLounge points to an Android-based Archos 7 tablet.


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Razr Sequel V13 Photos and Specifications Leaked

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A few years back, the Motorola Razr was one of the most popular feature phones in the country. Motos recent financial troubles, and their newfound focus on the smartphone market caused many to speculate that the Razrs anticipated sequel, the Ruby, would never come.


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Morse Code Still Dashing Through the Cordillera:

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BAGUIO CITY -- There is no mountain high enough to block a Christmas greeting because highland communities that have no mobile telephone signals can still be reached by Morse Code. In this day and age, the Commission on Information and Communication Technology (CICT) in the Cordillera Administrative Region is still operating a telegraph system that serves clients here. Nothing beats the old technology, according to telegraph operators working at the Baguio City Post Office, never mind that each word transmitted costs a customer P2.40. (Mobile or landline telephone calls cost P10 a minute.) Customers who use the telegraph to send Christmas greetings use "broken English" to shorten their messages, rather like today's text messages, according to samples obtained by the Philippine Daily Inquirer.

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