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Review: Nokia Lumia 925

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Nokia has tackled the major criticisms of its Lumia 920 with the launch of its thin, light, aluminium-bodied Lumia 925. But is the new flagship Windows Phone any good, or is its beauty only skin-deep?

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Light to shrink computer clusters

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Supercomputers may one day be the size of a laptop thanks to research by IBM. Scientists at IBM have completed work that may make it possible to do away with the copper wires used to...

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.xxx given green light

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ICann has given the go-ahead to plans for what has been described as a "virtual red-light district", with the creation of a .xxx TLD. Negotiations are to begin with ICM Registry Inc, which will run...

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Oracle Relevant Products/Services from Oracle, backed by what the company views as a favorable response from PeopleSoft Latest News about PeopleSoft stockholders, is applying more pressure in an effort to complete its proposed US$9.2 billion...

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Gran Turismo 4 hits red light

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Sony's driving sim gets pushed back in both Japan and North America; SCEA targets early '05 as new launch window. Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that the Gran Turismo 4 release date...

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Channel9 Forums has put together another great video showcasing technology from Microsoft's Research group. This latest video is a prototype of Microsoft's new "touch light" technology. Right now its still in the early...

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As Microsoft prepares developers and independent software vendors for Longhorn, the next version of its Windows operating system, the company wants to wean them off older Windows programming models. Speaking at the...

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DivX Light is only the original DivX® Decoder in a very light (242 KB) and simple installer. It's useful if you don't want to download the big 5MB DivX codec on DivX.com with...

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Researchers at IBM have used carbon molecules to emit light, a breakthrough that could replace silicon as the foundation of chips and lead to faster computers and telecommunication equipment. The focus of...

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