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GeForce Forceware 181.22 WHQL Windows XP and Vista

NVIDIA just released it’s WHQL certified GeForce Forceware 181.22 driver for both Windows XP and Vista. This is a WHQL driver for GeForce 6, 7, 8, 9, and 200-series desktop GPUs. The release complements the Mirror’s Edge release, with PhysX support. New in Release 181.22: This driver is recommended for the optimal GPU PhysX experience in EA’s hot PC title …

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Acer to Phase out 8.9in AA1 Netbook

If you’re planning to buy a netbook and considering Acer’s netbook products then my advise is to get them now because Acer is contemplating to stop its production of 8.9 inch netbook in favor of 10.1 inch netbook that are expected to be shipped this February. Acer has not confirmed this plan yet but if Digitimes is correct then the …

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New PS3 Firmware Have Photo Gallery, DivX 3.1

Firmware 2.60 for Sony PlayStation 3 will be released anytime soon and it packs few but nice features for owners of the console. According to Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA), the new v2.60 firmware will be available for PlayStation 3 consoles. Major features will be the new Photo Gallery program which will offer PS3 owners a better way to organize …

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America’s Army 3 Update

2009 will be a huge year for America’s Army—we’ll introduce our newest Real Hero, SGT Monica Lin Brown, deploy new Virtual Army Experience assets to events around the country, and, of course, roll out our all-new game: America’s Army 3. So to kick off the year in style, we’re giving you the latest scoop on AA3. Plus, we have some …

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Sega to Add Hardcore Games on Wii

Sega will surely deliver hardcore titles to a console we know best for family friendly games. Sega was inspired by the success of Red Steel and Resident Evil 4 on the Wii platform therefore they wanted to add more adult titles to fill what seems to be a genre quite lacking on the console. “There have been some good hardcore …

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Acer Aspire One Upgraded to 10.1 inch

Acer Aspire One is about to have a bigger netbook soon. Acer confirmed the availability of a 10 inch netbook since late last year and will go on sale next month. The new netbook comes with basic features found on earlier Acer Aspire One models with additional bluetooth support, 160GB HDD, Windows XPH, an optional 3G and multi gesture touchpad. …

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AMD Phenom II 950 Revealed

AMD has recently released their Phenom II X4 line of processors which are designed to provide an easy yet reasonable computing power compared to its Athlon x2 and Phenom microprocessors. Yet today, we are seeing a few more steps of improvement from AMD’s camp with the introduction of an even more powerful chip named Phenom II X4 950 which has …

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Seagate Firmware Update for Defective HDDs

Seagate Technologies recently released an updated firmware that will correct the bug found in some of its hard drive models. Just this month, large numbers of Seagate products were freezing while transferring data, while some died all together. Seagate said in a statement last week that there is a bug in the firmware placed on some of the models manufactured …

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Downandup Worm Storming the Web

Downandup worm is infecting PCs all over the world in an exponential rate and F-Secure is estimating the infections to as high as 9 million infected machines already. Downandup worm is coded to exploit the recent vulnerability of Microsoft Windows operating system. “The number of Downandup infections are skyrocketing based on our calculations,” F-Secure’s Toni Kovunen said in a blog …

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