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Mio Litepad N890

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Mio has jumped into to the netbook market with two great looking netbooks. The N890 and the N1210. Mio Litepad N890 is of more interest to us because thats the one with GPS.


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Nokia 7705 Twist Joining Verizon

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The Twist is definitely one of the stranger mobile phones thats come out. Personally, I find its bizarre, square, rotating face and hidden QWERTY keyboard to look kind of awesome.


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Capcom: "Gamers have abandoned the Wii"

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Capcom has said that gamers have abandoned the Wii, but Nintendo thinks otherwise.

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First Windows 7 Laptops to Start Shipping Soon

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The first Windows 7-based laptops can be pre-ordered now in the United States. The noteboks with Windows 7 Home Premium and Professional Edition can be found at various retailers such as Amazon, Newegg, TigerDirect and others and will start shipping on October 22.


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Iran launches first satellite into orbit

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BBC News carries a report that Iran has launched satelite Omid on a Safir-2 rocket

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Maingear Shift Personal Supercomputer Unveiled

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MAINGEAR Computers, a builder of custom computers for PC gamers and enthusiasts, unveils SHIFT. The Maingear Shift is supposed to be the everyday supercomputer that will reshape the current landscape of high performance computing.


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Replacement iPhone earphones on test

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The bundled iPhone earphones aren't great when it comes to sound quality and comfort, but the integrated mic and remote control is extremely handy. We take a look at six replacement iPhone earphone sets from Bose, Etymotic, Shure, Sennheiser, V-Moda, and Apple itself to see which is the best upgrade.

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Solara Field Tracker 2100

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You may ask yourself what is this hideous yellow thing? Well, it is a GPS tracking device and we wont argue with you about its hideousness. However we would like to remind you that it may very well save your life.


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2nd Dream PC unveiled - Chillblast Fusion

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Every year we challenge the world's leading professional PC builders to craft the most technologically advanced, innovative, eye-catching PCs they can. We call this competition Dream PCs, and here is the second entry - the water-cooled Chillblast Fusion Artisan.

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HP Mini 210 with Atom N450 Leaked; Starts at $321

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eCost. com has listed nine HP Mini 210 10. 1-inch netbook models, featuring the latest Intel Pine Trail M platform, including the new Atom N450 1.


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Vivitek Releases H9080FD Projector

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Vivitek is happy to announce today that they have released their latest projector, the H9080FD. This projector is one of the companys first LED model and can last up to 20000 hours before needing a replacement.


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Receiving PSK31, by K7AGE

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In response to my Casual Operating with Complicated Software, a reader e-mailed me with a link to a You Tube video by Randy, K7AGE, that shows how to receive PSK31 signals. Now, it doesn’t address complicated or simple software, but does provide some great background on the operating mode, getting to receiving quickly, and showing the basics of how receiving works. Randy has also done many other videos on various modes (including setting up sound cards, for example). He explains all of this in easy-to-understand non-technical language. And with great shots. I should do videos as well as he does; a great service to the hobby.

Introduction to PSK31…

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UK Callbook Data Now Available Free from Ofcom:

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Ofcom is keen to facilitate the release of this callsign book data more generally and recognises the benefits of making such information available. As such, Ofcom asked an independent auditor to review the information and check it for accuracy and currency. Once this was completed it was decided that the callsign book data could be released under licence. Any requestor who wishes to have access to the data for a callsign book could therefore apply for a licence under the Re-use of Public Sector Regulations.

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Microsoft readies games-on-demand for Xbox 360

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Microsoft is preparing to launch the new games-on-demand system for the Xbox 360 and is rebranding the Xbox Originals service.

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Chatham Island activation

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A team of nine ZL operators will be activating Chatham Island (OC-038) from March 6-11th. The ICOM four station setup with amplifiers will operate 160-10m with CW, SSB, RTTY and PSK modes

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Acer Aspire Revo Review

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Acer's Revo is the first product we've seen that uses Nvidia's Ion platform, combining GeForce graphics with Intel's cheap and cheerful Atom CPU. It promises smooth 1080p video playback and playable game frame rates for £250 - join us as we find out whether the Revo is able to deliver.

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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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AMD Launching Triple Core Athlon Processors

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One core isnt enough for many people these days, and dual core machines are starting to show their age as well. Quad cores are fantastic, but expensive and out of many peoples price range.


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Forum Modding Update: 19th October 09

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Check out some of the latest modding content from our community!

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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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EU nations divided on use of airport body scanners (AP)

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Members of staff are seen demonstrating a new full body security scanner at Manchester Airport, Manchester, England, Thursday Jan. 7, 2010. Airline passengers bound for the United States faced a hodgepodge of security measures across Europe and airports did not appear to be following a U.S. request for increased screening of passengers from 14 countries. (AP Photo/Jon Super).AP - European nations were sharply divided Thursday over the need to install full-body scanners at European airports, with some EU members playing down the need for beefed-up security measures.


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ComReg Consultation on the 2300 to 2400 MHz Band

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Ireland's regulator ComReg has published a consultation paper on the release of spectrum in the 2300 to 2400 MHz band

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