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Antec plans to get into the audio business
Enthusiasts may associate the Antec name with power supplies, enclosures, fans, and those neat noise-dampening panels on P-series cases. But high-end computer speaker setups? Believe...
Asus CES booth tour covers notebooks, nettops, speakers, mobos, and more
Visiting Asus' booth at a trade show is always an experience. The company makes, well, just about everything. At the Consumer Electronics Show,...
Skype 4.0 brings new interface, better quality
A new major release of Skype's popular voice-over-IP application has hit the web—for Windows users, at least. Skype 4.0 is purportedly the "most distinctive...
Asus unveils HDMI-equipped Xonar HDAV1.3 sound cards
In a radical departure from its wave of Eee PC-related releases, Asus has just announced a new addition to its line of Xonar sound cards....
Adobe unveils its web-based Photoshop spinoff
Last fall, Adobe CEO Bruce Chizen spoke out at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco, revealing his company's plans to deliver all of...
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