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Fujitsu, New Lifebook model UH900 the Pocket-PC

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Measuring only 204mm x 106. 5mm x 23. 8mm and weighing less than 500 grams, the new multi-touch Lifebook model UH 900 seems rather qualifying to be baptized as a Pocket-PC.


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HP Still Leader in Worldwide PC Shipments

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According to Gartner and also to the sales statistics published by IDC (Via AppleInsider) HP is still the leader in Worldwide PC shipments world-wide and also in the United States.


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Three Amateurs Inducted into Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame

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Earlier this year, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) named 13 men -- including three radio amateurs -- to the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame. The honorees were inducted last month at CEA's Industry Forum in Phoenix, Arizona. Former ARRL Rocky Mountain Division Director Walt Stinson, W0CP, of Englewood, Colorado; Former ARRL Vice President and Central Division Director R.H.G. Mathews, W9ZN (ex-9ZN) (SK), and Karl Hassel, W9PXW (ex-8AKG) (SK).

Read more: ARRL Amateur Radio News

 

Video Mount Products Will Release PM-LP Universal Yokeless Projector Mount at InfoComm 09

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Video Mount Products is a leading provider of mounting solutions for the residential, commercial, CI, security, and pro AV markets. Recently they announced the launch of their new PM-LP universal yokeless low profile projector mount.


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Acer 5738DG 3D Windows 7 Notebook Gets Already Tested

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Acer launched new Windows 7 hardware this week. Yesterday Acer announced amongst other hardware the Acer Aspire 5738PG. Here we report about the Acer 5738DG, which is actually a 3D notebook.


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4.7.0.99 firmware for the BlackBerry Storm may or may not be awesome

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Once again, an official firmware update has leaked for the Storm 9530, and once again, its being totally avoided by carriers so far -- but naturally, its already been leaked for the worlds immediate enjoyment.

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The Doctor Is In: The Fun -- and Challenges -- of Topband:

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I have been fascinated with the 160 meter band even before I upgraded to General back in 2007 -- it amazes me that amateurs can use radio waves that stretch out that long.

Read more: eHam.net News

 

Snow ruins Battlefield, Army of Two announcement

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An Electronic Arts press event was cancelled yesterday due to snow - one that may have seen a new Battlefield game announced.

Read more: bit-tech.net Feed

 

The VIA 12.1 M520 NetNote Sounds Hot

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iPad iPad iPad, blah blah blah. Lets move on to covering a different gadget for just a little while. Like this sexy VIA reference design notebook, originally spotted at CES 2010.


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Mass Effect 2 Preview

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Grab your death ray and your spacesuit because it's soon going to be time to play Shepherd again and start zooming across the galaxy on errands for people you've just met. Oh, and you have to destroy a race of giant robots too. Oh, Bioware - you had us at 'death ray'.

Read more: bit-tech.net Feed

 

W-HQ-S Award

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The W-HQ-S Award is managed by QTC (the Polish Amateur Radio Magazine) with 10 or more contacts with different HQ stations during the IARU HF Championship being required for the award

Read more: Southgate Amateur Radio Club RSS Feed

 

Claude Bailey, VE1HU, 94, Stays Tuned To the World:

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Claude Bailey sits in his armchair adjusting dials, reciting bandwidths and showing off a room full of amateur radio equipment that's taken a lifetime to collect. At age 94, Bailey, or VE1HU as fellow ham radio operators know him, has enough technical knowledge to stump even the most tech-savvy 20-somethings. He's the architect of many of the province's original telecommunication lines, one of the oldest ham radio operators in the region and he's even built his own computer, although it sits unused on his floor. He said it's the challenge of building and dissecting something that interests him. "We use to make most of our own stuff," Bailey said. "There were no transistors. You would buy vacuum tubes, batteries and a few things like that, and then you would take it from there and make your own receiver or transmitter or whatever. "That's what I like about it, the technical side. I never particularly wanted to talk to anybody; I just wanted to see how it worked and figure it out. There is always something new to learn." Bailey has been experimenting with radio for 75 years.

Read more: eHam.net News

 

New Black Hello Kitty DAP from Iriver in Japan

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With a sell schedule for December 18, and just before Xmas, the Black and Gold Hello Kitty DAP from Iriver will be the Hippest DAP in Japan this winter.


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MINT ICOM IC-746 PRO HF Transceiver - 975.00 USD

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MINT from ONE CARING OWNER SINCE NEW: ICOM IC-746 PRO HF Transceiver supporting 16010 Meters Plus & Meters on All-Modes with 32 Bit IF DSP, Digital IF Filter, Spectrum Scope. LIKE NEW in ALL WAYS from one caring non-smoking owner since new with ICOM Hand Microphone, Original ICOM Box, Manual and Original Fuses/Hardware. You wont find a nicer IC-746 PRO, she is ABSOLUTELY LIKE NEW, she just sat on the shelf as a spare backup rig in a very caring, one-owner, non-smoking home, now need the room, so will send her to a caring home. New MSRP was $1900, you can have her for just a firm $975 plus $60 double-boxed shipping/handling/insurance to Continental USA (or Cash & Carry from Philadelphia Suburbs).

Read more: Just Listed: HamBid - The Ham Radio Auction Site

 

WIA Centenary Celebration -- Canberra:

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Planning is well advanced for the WIA Centenary activities taking place in Canberra, the nation's capital, over the weekend Friday 28th through Sunday 30th of May 2010, the event being just part of the year-long WIA Centenary celebrations. Highlights of the weekend will include a series of presentations on the early days of radio and a Saturday evening Centenary Dinner with local and overseas dignitaries in attendance. The Friday evening program will include a guest speaker followed by dinner at the Alto revolving restaurant at the Black Mountain telecommunications tower. The weekend is promising to be a truly memorable occasion.

Read more: eHam.net News

 

Play the latest games, regardless of your hardware

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Using cloud computing, the OnLive service promises to let you to play the latest games on a low-sped PC or Mac, or even your TV.

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Asus Eee PC T91 hits in June!

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Great news for the netbook crowd. Asus just announced that their highly anticipated T91 will be launching in the UK within the next month. The new convertible touchscreen notebooks are set to retail for 449 euros and hit stores no later than June.


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Adobe open-sources two frameworks

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Adobe has released the source code for two of its Flash-based frameworks - the Open Source Media Framework and the Text Layer Framework - via the Mozilla Public Licence.

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Pentax Optio E70L plays spot the difference with E70, loses

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If the 10 megapixel Optio E70 was just a wee bit off from what you wanted, Pentax has introduced the E70L, a camera whose differences with its predecessor are astoundingly minimal.

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Investigating SATA 6Gbps Performance

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We add Seagate's latest Barracuda XT hard disk with new Gigabyte and Asus P55 motherboards featuring SATA 6Gbps to see what performance potential, if any, the latest SATA standard offers.

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HTC Desire: The Sense UI Is Back

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The Android OS is a lot like herpes; it spreads exponentially. A year ago we had one Android smartphone, and now weve got dozens that have been announced, released, rumored, or leaked.


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ARMs stash of netbook oddities and a Windows Mobile 6.5 MID

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Were not sure what sort of shenanigans ARM gets up to, but it managed to amass itself quite the interesting collection of netbooks for its MWC booth.

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