PS3 Gets Ready to Rumble With DVR

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Prototypes of the new rumble-enabled PS3 SixAxis controller are already in the hands of numerous Sony developers, according to industry insider site Inner Bits - via Next-Gen.biz. A blog on the site where "game developers...

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This week, AMD announced its quad-core desktop CPU codenamed Agena FX in Sunnyvale, California. The processor was featured in single and dual-socket configurations – the dual-socket configurations mark AMD's first demonstration of an 8-core desktop....

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Motorola Chairman and CEO Ed Zander says his company is ready for competition from Apple's iPhone, due out next month. When asked "How do you deal with that?" by M.R. Rangaswami of Sand Hill Group...

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The federal government will release its plan to combat identity theft in the U.S. on Monday. After nearly a year's work, the President's Identity Theft Task Force will release its findings Monday at a press...

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In hopes of stealing a piece of the online gaming industry, Hewlett-Packard's gaming unit "Game On" (part of the company's Technology Solutions Group) is currently developing a gaming technology in its research centers. The company...

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Microsoft's 'iPod-killer' plans appear to promise everything one would expect from a giant company with deep pockets attempting to burst a competitor's bubble. News today indicates the Microsoft media playing device will sport video and...

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Television and consumer electronics are benefiting from the new high-definition video formats, but there may not be enough room to enable that type of quality on the internet. A high-definition (HD) streaming video can require...

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The XPC SN26P is the world's first small form factor system based on the NVIDIA nForce4 SLI chipset. Designed to support GeForce 7 series graphics cards, this award winning barebone is a must-have component of...

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