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Google Chrome 1.0.154.36 Final

Google Chrome 1.0.154.36 Final

Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier. It has one box for everything: Type in the address bar and get suggestions for both search and web pages. Will give you thumbnails of your top sites; Access your favor

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Intel Shipping Atom N280 Processors, Bringing HD Quality to Netbooks

Intel Shipping Atom N280 Processors, Bringing HD Quality to Netbooks

Intel is now shipping their new 1.66GHz Atom N280 processors to PC makers—a chip should give netbooks a performance boost with HD video. The 1.66GHz N280 is only a 0.06GHz jump over its N270 processor, but the 667MHz front-side bus and the pairing of the GN40 chipset with its hardware-based

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Intel “Oak Trail” Is Official: Tablet Processors With Windows, Android, and MeeGo Support

Intel “Oak Trail” Is Official: Tablet Processors With Windows, Android, and MeeGo Support

Intel's Moorestown platform was designed to make a home in tablets and other small form factors. The only problem: no Windows support. So—as expected—Intel's introducing Oak Trail: it's Moorestown with Windows, and will be out early 2011. Oak Trail shares the same processor as Moorestown

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RealPlayer 11.0.0.559

RealPlayer 11.0.0.559

The RealPlayer is the first product that integrates Real's revolutionary new Harmony technology. RealPlayer enables consumers to buy and download music that plays on more than 100 portable devices, including the Apple iPod. RealPlayer is the only digital-media player you need for finding and down

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Yanko Design: Best of May 2009

Yanko Design: Best of May 2009

Every month we take a look around and select some of the most interesting designs that was showcased here. Below you’ll find the most popular designs we’ve tracked over the last 30 days - an overview of designs you shouldn’t have missed in May 2009. 10) Wake Up Food Alarm by De Dietrich. Pe

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SIMFi Transforms Any (SIM) Phone Into a Wi-Fi Hotspot

SIMFi Transforms Any (SIM) Phone Into a Wi-Fi Hotspot

First, the Eye-Fi added Wi-Fi to any camera with an SD card. Now, the Sagem Orga SIMFi does something similar. It's a SIM card that adds Wi-Fi capabilities to cellphones...Wi-Fi hotspot capabilities, that is. Just like the Eye-Fi, the SIMFi runs its own integrated software, meaning there sho

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Realtek High-Definition Audio Driver 2.13

Realtek High-Definition Audio Driver 2.13

This driver supports all Realtek High-Definition audio chipsets. It is used as onboard sound on many motherboards. Chips covered include ALC260, ALC262, ALC268, ALC662, ALC861, ALC861-VD-GR, ALC880, ALC882, ALC883, ALC885, ALC888, ALC888S, ALC880T. Download : Realtek High-Definition Audio Driver

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Realtek High Definition Audio Driver R2.33

This is the official driver package for Realtek HD Audio Solutions. It includes all driver files, and the control center for Realtek HD-Audio devices for Windows 2000, XP and Vista . The package includes the 32 and the 64 Bit binaries. Realtek HD Audio Driver is supporting all of Realtek HD Audio Co

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Intel’s Leaked 25nm SSD: 600GB Storage With Four Times the Lifespan

Intel's Leaked 25nm SSD: 600GB Storage With Four Times the Lifespan

We’d gotten a glimpse at some juicy info about ’s next-generation SSDs in August—and were already pretty excited about it—but now AnandTech’s full spec rundown has us downright giddy.

Expected sometime either late this year or early next, Intel’s third generation, 25nm process should provide twice the capacity of the current model at the same price. In addition, you can expect sequential performance read/write speeds of up to 250MB/s and 170MB/s, respectively, and a total lifespan of up to 60TB. If you’re still not sure why all this is exciting for a 2.5-inch , here’s a primer on why it probably should be. [AnandTech]

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