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Sony Announces Its First CompactFlash Cards

That's right, for once, Sony is following a standard (the CompactFlash standard) instead of offering its own formats. Sony was forced to go through with this one though. Sony's Alpha A100 D-SLR supports both CompactFlash... More...

MSI - Stolen Video Cards

Woot.com, a popular "One deal" website, has been called out by MSI and accused of selling stolen video cards. MSI reports that an undisclosed number of 7900GS video cards where stolen during transit. At this... More...

The Fastest Graphics Cards of Summer 2005

X-bit labs has posted a comprehensive article today containing benchmark results from 17 graphics cards in 30 popular games. The roundup includes cards from entry level, mainstream, and high end price segments (including SLI... More...

Credit Cards, Google, and The Internet

Credit Card information theft has always been a worry to their users, a worry multiplied by the internet and online shopping. Users have often been haunted by 'scare stories' of data being intercepting and their... More...

Katamari Damacy sequel on the cards

Cult Japanese classic Katamari Damacy is to get the sequel treatment according to Japanese newswire Nikkei. The follow up to Namco's bizarre but loveable ball rolling oddity will be released in Japan on the PS2... More...

Credit cards tap into radio tags

Forget about using a pen to sign a credit card slip, or even tapping in a secret number. In the future, you could authorise payments by simply moving your finger over your flexible friend. ... More...

Gizmo Puts Cards on the Table

Researchers in Dublin, Ireland, have developed a way to help people who are far away from their loved ones feel a little closer, using a pair of kitchen tables equipped with radio tag readers, projectors... More...

Nvidia Cards Have A Bug In HL2?

The highly-anticipated Half-Life 2 game will have a major bug with current DirectX 9.0 hardware resulting in impossibility in enabling Full-Scene Anti-Aliasing, a popular feature that dramatically improves image quality in games. Apparently, there is... More...

Survey gives thumbs-up to ID cards

UK citizens support ID cards, according to a report commissioned by the world's biggest smart card maker. Privacy activists are not convinced four out of five UK citizens are in favour of the introduction of... More...

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