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Internet icon Internet | Time Warner to test metered Web use
"Time Warner Cable is testing a new pricing structure where heavy broadband users will be charged based on how much data they transfer, a company spokesman said Wednesday.

A trial for the new pricing scheme is expected to begin in Beaumont, Texas, later this year. Time Warner is testing the new pricing model to see if it can curb usage of peer-to-peer applications on its network, said Alex Dudley, a spokesman for the company.

Peer-to-peer protocols allow users to access content that is distributed throughout the network on other computers running the same application. It's commonly used to transfer music and video files, as well as other large data files."
Read more here.
Thursday 2008-01-17 07:10 pm by GideonX

Internet icon Internet | Sun acquires MySQL
"Sun put its money where its mouth is Wednesday, with the announcement that it would buy open source database vendor MySQL for a whopping $1 billion.

f the price tag set tongues wagging, however, it was no more tantalizing than the question that immediately sprung to the minds of IT managers everywhere: Now that Sun owns MySQL, what on earth does it plan to do with it?

Sun has toyed with the idea of a database offering of its own for at least two years. But in a market where basic relational database functionality is increasingly considered a commodity, competing successfully is no mean feat, even when playing the open source card."
Read more here.
Thursday 2008-01-17 07:08 pm by GideonX

Affiliates icon Affiliates | Thursday hardware roundup
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard @ Hardware Secrets
Diamond Multimedia HD 3850 Ruby Edition 512MB @ techPowerUp
LANCOOL K7: Hybrid Aluminum Case @ TechwareLabs
Foxconn X38A Motherboard @ Legit Reviews
Mid-End Heatpipe Cooler Shootout @ Digit Life
Noctua NF-P12 120mm Fan @ Overclockers Online
How to Speed Up Windows Vista @ tkArena
Dell Crystal Display @ Digital Trends
Closer Look at GIGABYTEs DES System @ Tweaktown
Air Touch Flexible Keyboard Review @ OCIA.net
XFX 8800 GT Alpha Dog XXX Edition 256MB @ Neoseeker
OCZ ReaperX PC2-6400 4Gb DDR2 Kit @ Overclock3D
Intel D201GLY2 ITX Motherboard @ ASE Labs
GMC Noblesse AVC-S7 Slimline HTPC Case @ OCModShop
Sigma Luna Type-W Case Review @ HardwareLogic
Kingwin Z1 Series External Enclosure @ 3DGM
Patriot X-Porter XT Boost 32GB USB Pen Drive @ Xtremecomputing
Aerocool M-40 Small Form Factor Case @ Pro-Clockers
Thursday 2008-01-17 07:06 pm by GideonX

Modding icon Modding | Multitouch with the Wiimote
Johnny Lee is back with another Wiimote project. Neat!
Monday 2007-12-17 12:36 pm by GideonX

Internet icon Internet | South Korean scientists clone cat that glows red
This is just bizarre.
"Another group of South Korean scientists has cloned cats with a florescent protein gene that makes them glow red in ultra violet light. Similar techniques have been used in everything from roundworms to goldfish to pigs. The procedure used in the cloning process is hoped to be able to help develop treatments for genetic diseases.

The lead scientist on the project, Kong Il-keun from the Gyeongsang National University was able to produce a trio of cats with the altered glowing gene. The cats were born in January and February, two grew to adult and one cat was still born."
Reported by Dailytech.
Monday 2007-12-17 12:32 pm by GideonX

Hardware icon Hardware | FireWire Could Hit 3.2 Gigabits Per Second
"FireWire-based data transfer speeds seem set to quadruple, reaching 3.2 Gigabits per second, according to the trade body that nurtures the standard.

The 1394 Trade Association last week announced its new S32 specification, which uses the existing cables and connectors already deployed for FireWire 800 products in order to make for a faster transition to the new speed. The specification is expected to be ratified by early February.

Current FireWire 800 hard drives can easily move over 90 megabytes per second."
Reported here.
Monday 2007-12-17 12:26 pm by GideonX

Affiliates icon Affiliates | Monday hardware roundup
MS Wireless Entertainment Desktop 8000 @ DT
OCZ Freeze Thermal Compound @ Milkhailtech
XFX 8800 GT 256MB Alpha Dog XXX Edition @ [H]
Sunbeamtech UFO Acrylic Cube Case @ Overclock3D
Hiper Type R Mk II 880W Power Supply @ PCPer
First Look at Nvidia's nForce 780i SLI @ BT
XFX 8800GT XXX 256MB Alpha Dog @ Bjorn3D
SilverStone TJ10 Case @ HardwareLogic
Kingston HyperX DDR3 PC11000 Kit @ Pro-Clockers
Sapphire ATI Radeon HD3870 @ Modders-Inc
Asus P5E3 Premium and Maximus Extreme @ HotHardware
NZXT Rogue LAN Case @ Overclockercafe
AMD Athlon64 X2 5000+ Black Edition @ Gamepyre
ThermalTake iFlash + 120mm Cooling Fan @ OCModShop
ASUS GeForce EN8800GT TOP 512MB @ Tweaktown
Griffin iClear & Headphone Adapter for iPhone @ Thinkcomputers
Sigma Shark SP-635 635 Watt PSU @ OCIA
Monday 2007-12-17 12:23 pm by GideonX

Modding icon Modding | EEEPC 16GB Flash hack
Since the EEEPC comes with only 4GB of flash memory, here's an ingenious way to get some more space.
"I have completed my first Eee PC modification, this modification adds Bluetooth functionality and 16GB of flash storage.

At first I intended to solder the two USB devices directly to the motherboard but after careful consideration I decided the ability to easily replace the modules should take priority.

Both ports are 5V and use the USB connections from the unused Mini PCI Express port and the USB connections from the Mini PCI Express port used by the wireless card."
Check out the mod here.
Wednesday 2007-12-05 03:16 pm by GideonX

Hardware icon Hardware | Dell's WoW laptop
I guess all the WoW fans out there are going to go nuts over this.
"The 17" notebook uses Intel's Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Extreme processors, comes equipped with dual NVIDIA GeForce 8700M GT graphics cards in SLI mode and features an AGEIA PhysX 100M physics processor.

Prices start at $2,699 for the base Core 2 Duo T7500 model and creep up to $4,431 for a Core 2 Extreme X7900 with Windows Vista Ultimate and 400GB of HDD space."
Reported by DailyTech.
Wednesday 2007-12-05 03:07 pm by GideonX

Affiliates icon Affiliates | Wednesday hardware roundup
ATI Radeon HD 3870 CrossFire Video Card @ Legit Reviews
SilverStone Temjin TJ07 @ 3DXtreme
GeCube Radeon HD 3850 X-Turbo III 512 MB @ techPowerUp
Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1,250W PSU @ PCPer
ASUS Maximus Formula @ [H]
eXtreme Power Suplly Calculator Update @ eXtreme
Ultra Products X3 600-Watt PSU @ Modders-Inc
Belkin USB Laptop Cooling Pad @ E-USB
Adata PD-18 Flash Drive @ Pro-Clockers
Vantec NexStar MX Dual HDD Enclosure @ VH
Thermaltake MaxOrb CPU Cooler @ Tweaktown
Gigabyte GA-X38-DQ6 Motherboard @ HardwareLogic
ASUS M3A32-MVP DeLuxe/WiFi-AP Motherboard @ H-Secretes
Top Budget Laptops @ Digital Trends
Samsung CLX-2160N Color Laser MFP @ BFR
Silenx Ixtrema 120mm Case Fans @ Rbmods
Hitachi Desktar 7K1000 - HDS721010KLA330 @ C.O.D.
Asus C90S Whitebook @ HotHardware
Wednesday 2007-12-05 03:02 pm by GideonX

Software icon Software | Mozilla Releases Firefox 3 Beta 1
Start your downloads!
"The latest iteration of the browser relies on the new Gecko 1.9 Web rendering engine, which is designed to enhance performance and stability, among other things. The latest version also includes a variety of improved security features, such as the ability to click on the site favicon (the graphic displayed in the URL address bar) to show site ownership information.

Firefox 3 Beta 1 also includes malware protection. But the effectiveness of using a blacklist to identify sites that distribute malware remains to be seen, given that new malware sites appear and disappear on a daily basis specifically to avoid blacklisting."
Read more here.
Tuesday 2007-11-20 03:41 pm by GideonX

Affiliates icon Affiliates | Tuesday hardware roundup
Antec NoteBook Cooler S @ Legit Reviews
Zalman CNPS-8700 LED Heatsink @ OCMS
Flash drives @ Bigbruin
Scythe Kama Cross CPU Cooler @ Overclock3D
AMD Spider @ Bjorn3d
Canon PowerShot A720 IS @ TrustedReviews
OCZ PC3-12800 DDR3 1600MHz RAM Kit @ BmR
Thermaltake Bigwater 760i Watercooling System @ OCIA
Samsung SyncMaster 2232GW Wide-Screen @ Techgage
mStation 2.1 Stereo Tower @ Digital Trends
Antec Sonata III Midsize Tower Computer Case @ BFR
GlacialTech Altair A380 HTPC Enclosure @ VH
NVIDIA GeForce 8800M Preview @ HotHardware
AMD Phenom & Spider & Intel QX9770 Comparo @ [H]
Inno3D GeForce 8800 GT OC @ OC Cafe
Tuesday 2007-11-20 03:39 pm by GideonX

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