Everything you wanted to know about Novel-Microsoft ...

Subject: General Tech | January 29, 2007 - 09:17 AM |
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Ars Technica takes a quick, and humorous look at the Novel-Microsoft deal, with visual aids.  From their initial infatuation, when it looked like Windows and Linux were going to be swapping code with each other, to the eventual souring of the relationship.  It has now spiraled into a nasty domestic disturbance, with Linux's multiple personalities, SuSE, Red Hat and Ubuntu all making an appearance.

Source: Ars Technica

Hurry, you're missing it all!

Subject: General Tech | January 26, 2007 - 02:34 PM |
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We offer advice on a new diagnostic skill this week on PC Perspective ...

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LOTR online details released

Subject: General Tech | January 26, 2007 - 12:32 PM |
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HEXUS has quite a bit of information On LOTR Online: Shadows of Angma.  There are some unique bonuses to getting in on a pre-order, or The Founder's Program as they refer to it. If you have any interest in Middle Earth, and love MMORPGs, head to the European or American pre-order sites before the release date of April 24th. 

Source: Hexus

I'll bet you didn't expect that

Subject: General Tech | January 26, 2007 - 09:04 AM |
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Who could have imagined it?  The Inquirer has located a computer store that stays open until midnight, and not just on nights when a new MMORPG expansion is released!  Think of all those times you had to give up and go to bed because you destroyed a keyboard, and didn't have a back up.  If this catches on, you'll never have to worry about that happening again!

Oh, and it has an iMac running Vista Ultimate Edition too.

Source: The Inquirer
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Installation Begins

Want to see what the installation of Windows Vista might be on your system with an upgrade or clean install? Our pictorial article will walk you through it!

But how will you ever find it once you put it down?

Subject: General Tech | January 25, 2007 - 09:32 AM |
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The storage density record was destroyed by a joint group from Caltech and UCLA.  While you are not likely to see this for sale anytime soon, that circuit seems to be well ahead of Moore's Law and proves we have a while to go before we hit any sort of limit to the complexity of circuits.

Source: Slashdot

AMD Announces Strategic Partnership with TCL Computer

Subject: General Tech | January 25, 2007 - 09:08 AM |
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BEIJING - Jan. 25, 2007 - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced that TCL Computer Tech. Co.

Source: AMD

Absolutely fabulous, or total flop?

Subject: General Tech | January 24, 2007 - 11:17 AM |
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Slashdot links to a game currently in development, called The Crossing.  It is based around the idea of having the enemies controlled by other humans.  In the single player, story mode, you have missions to accomplish, and occasionally skirmishes to fight in.  In the mission mode, you will likely be on your own, but with a chance another human may take over one of the AI characters, a la 'Agent Smith'.  In the skirmish mode, those playing single player games take the roles of Elites, and the purely muli

Source: Slashdot

Well, that won't cause controversy

Subject: General Tech | January 24, 2007 - 10:01 AM |
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The Inquirer and Ars Technica have 2 different takes on the news out of Redmond today, that 1 in 5 Windows installs fail a WGA check.  To put it another way, 114 million systems of the 512 million that have installed WGA have failed, and you can add a significant amount of systems that people have never installed WGA on to that total.  Of the 114 million that failed, Microsoft has stated about 20% are not due to piracy, and although they do not say

Source: The Inquirer