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ASRock plays Frankenstein

ASRock's latest AliveDual eSATA2 motherboard combines the M1695 chipset, originally designed by ULi, with Nvidia's nForce 3 250, which launched in 2003, to create a modern mash-up that may sound bizarre, but is also strangely... More...

'Grand Theft Auto' publisher plays it safe

Take Two Interactive Software, a game publisher with such portfolio entries as "Manhunt," "State of Emergency," and the massively popular "Grand Theft Auto" series, has decided to cancel development on another controversal game, "Snow." The... More...

Microsoft Plays Politics

In 2002, approaching a final deal with the Justice Department in its antitrust case, Microsoft flew one of Sen. John Warner's staffers to Seattle. During the two-day tour of Microsoft's campus, Chris DeLacy was briefed... More...

New Handheld System Plays NES Games

Gametech, the makers of NeoFami and AdoFami, will release a standalone console that lets players use their original Famicom (Japanese NES) cartridges to play games. In line with the retro-Famicom fervor that's hitting... More...

Keynote Plays Ball with PowerPoint

Apple's Keynote is the first major-company presentation software in years to step up to bat against ruling giant Microsoft PowerPoint (PPT). As an instructor and conference speaker, and as a Mac owner who uses PowerPoint... More...

Apple plays up .Mac subscriptions

Apple revealed that 100,000 people had signed up for the company's .Mac online subscription service. But the number pales in comparison with the estimated 2.5 million people who subscribed to the earlier, free service, known... More...

AMD plays Duron-Celeron catchup

Intel is set to introduce its 400MHz Willamette-128K Celerons any week now and we're told by the motherboard manufacturers that will give it a big performance boost. But can AMD catch up right at the... More...

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