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Monthly Archive for: ‘September, 2006’

ATI gets Vista Driver Certification

Underlining the company’s leadership in developing hardware and drivers to support Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Vista operating system, ATI Technologies Inc. today announced that its driver has been granted the graphics industry’s first Windows Hardware Quality Lab (WHQL) certification for Windows Vista by Microsoft. WHQL certification sets a high bar for quality and reliability, and is considered essential by many business …

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SanDisk Announces 12GB & 16GB CompactFlash Cards

Today SanDisk announced the availability of 12GB and 16GB Extreme III CompactFlash cards to come in December of this year.  This is great news for photography buffs who need lots of storage, as well as those with digital camcorders and other devices that utilize a lot of storage.  Both the 12GB and 16GB versions have read and write speeds of 20MB/second.  …

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Google Targeting eBay Once Again

Analyst Robert Peck of Bear Sterns described in a report for clients, a new feature that Google will be rolling out in time for the holiday season.  The new product is based off of Google Base, a service Google launched last October that many believed was taking a direct shot at eBay. Google also plans to de-emphasize Froogle as a …

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EA to Provide In-Flight Video Games

Electronic Arts (EA) along with the in-flight entertainment company DTI Software announced a plan today to provide multiple airlines with in-flight versions of their games. This will be largely headlined by the popular Sims 2 game, while other titles will be those pulled from EA’s Pogo.com. The Pogo.com titles available at the launch of this program will be Poppit, Word …

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A Full-Size Keyboard that Fits in Your Pocket!

Has Blackberry thumb got you down? Do you like being constantly wired and sending emails and text messages from your smartphone or PDA, but hate the tiny keyboard? Then check out the virtual keyboard, a cool new device that allows you to to type on any surface. The keyboard works by way of projecting a laser keyboard onto your tabletop, …

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