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Sunday

  1. EU seeks overhaul of high-tech trade deal
  2. DailyTech reports Microsoft fires Xbox 360 red ring of death whistleblower
  3. DreamWorks Animation CEO touts brave new 3-D world
  4. Media group to create new digital video “ecosystem
  5. World’s costliest LCD TV unveiled
  6. AMD: Radeon HD 4850 X2 is faster and cheaper

    than GeForce GTX 280 (write-up in Turkish)

  7. Phoronix reports Unigine Tropics sets Linux OpenGL precedence
  8. Hack N Mod: controlling electronics using your parallel port
  9. Tech ARP on weatherproofing camera lenses
  10. ThinkComputers on lowering the temps on a Radeon without spending a penny
  11. Computing on Demand runs FileZilla FTP server on WHS
  12. bit-tech’s first look at Boxee – the social media centre
  13. TweakTown on appropriate use of Blu-ray region coding
  14. tkArena on downloading YouTube videos

Software and gaming

  1. MVKTech releases NiBiTor v4.5b
  2. Electronics Arts ends merger talks with Take Two
  3. Shacknews on video games to be released this week
    and Crysis Warhead interview: lessons learned

  4. Duke Nukem 3D to arrive on Sep 24th
  5. Editorial: how I learned to love the game pirates
  6. bit-tech reviews Opoona (Wii)

Hardware

  1. TechwareLabs review Palit Radeon HD 4870
  2. TestFreaks review Vuzix iWear AV920
  3. HardwareZone reviews BlackBerry Bold – dare to be different
  4. InsideHW reviews Samsung ML-1640 mono laser printer
  5. DragonSteelMods review Evo-G MP1 mouse pad
  6. ThinkComputers reviews 680W BFG Tech LS Series PSU
  7. Ap0calypse reviews Scythe Ninja Mini
  8. HardwareOC Austria reviews Titan Cool Idol TTC-NK75TZ cooler (in German)

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