Today Monday

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Written on 3:48 PM by Switch

Hey its been a long time since i wrote a article about myself. Well i guess today maybe i will write something. Haa been quite busy over the past week coding on the personal particulars form that my boss gave me to handle. Well damn the stupid print function never did work out well.

But what the heck. I changed the who form to suit the code for printing instead of the other way round where the code should fit the form. I can say that my beta version was sent out this monday. Results of it i still dont know. But will be improving it as time passes.

Cheers and take care.

Hardware for the day

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Written on 1:48 AM by Switch

CUDA software enables GPUs to do tasks normally reserved for CPUs. We look at how it works and its real and potential performance advantages.
Nvidia's CUDA: The End of the CPU?



The rentals of BD software are also brisk, indicating that the DVD is rapidly turning to BD for both soft and hardware. "We are under the impression that the change to BD is taking place at much faster rate than it was when the VHS ...
DVD rapidly turning to BD in both soft and hardware. Pushed by ...



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Alone in The Dark

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Written on 1:13 AM by Switch

Alone in the Dark will provide a complete next-generation, action-packed experience within a highly detailed, free-roaming environment, featuring a mixture of astonishing real-time physics and full environmental interaction. The game is being developed by Eden Games, a leading first-party studio of Infogrames/Atari and considered amongst the finest in the industry. (Debuted worldwide for the first time at the Microsoft X05 event in Amsterdam. Original PC game released in 1992 is widely considered the first “survival horror” game.)

This next-gen Alone in the Dark is also built around a unique episodic game structure — the story is split into a number of distinct 30-40 minute episodes, doled out one at a time as you play. Each time the player launches a saved game, the episode will begin with a video summary of the previous episode to quickly re-immerse the player in the story and removing the need to remember where they were or what they were doing. Every episode will close with a nail-biting cliff-hanger ending to rattle players’ nerves, and if the player is leaving the game a video teaser of the next episode will play to leave them wanting more.

Game features:

  • A New Inventory System - Players utilize the pockets of protagonist Edward Carnby to hold items which they can view, switch and combine without leaving the game.
  • Narrative intensity - Taking its cues from blockbuster TV dramas, the story is told in a TV season style narrative structure based around episodes that deliver maximum intensity throughout and keep the player hooked.
  • A Captivating Story - Centered in iconic Central Park long-time series protagonist and paranormal specialist Edward Carnby returns to delve into the frightening events occurring in the Big Apple.
  • Real World Rules - In-Game movement has been designed to allow players to do almost anything that is physically possible in the real world.
  • Photographic Rendering - Game developer Eden¿s Propriety ¿Twilight¿ technology creates a lavishly detailed game world with highly realistic and advanced cinematographic effects.

Dragon Ball Z Burst Limit

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Written on 1:12 AM by Switch

I was just thinking that our new Console category needs a bit of content and there’s nothing else to write about so I went back few days and found out this XboX360 game. Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is a sequel to famous Dragon Ball serie developed by Atari. If you like animated games and especially fights, this is a great title for you, and majority of reviews ranked this game pretty high. Works only in USA region.

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit is revolutionizing the series by entering the realm of next-generation gaming. Complete with fierce online battles and radical 3D graphic effects only possible on Xbox 360 and PLAYSTATION 3 system, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit will blur the line between video game and iconic anime series. Jam-packed with graphically enhanced playable characters, realistic battle stages and environments, players can take hold and experience Dragon Ball Z as never before.

During each battle, find conditions to create new dramatic scenes. After the battles, watch a unique story unfold each time you play. There is also a stronger element of offence and defence, due to added energy saving and fighting techniques.

Game features:

  • Competition grows with the ability to play online in both the co-op and vs. modes
  • During each battle, find conditions that create new scenes and watch a unique story unfold at the end of each game
  • Experience visuals and movement reminiscent of the anime due to Z3 shading technology and detailed effects
  • Increased speed of charge and release on the field, free movement around the field, and increased speed and power of attacks

Nvidia Rolls Out 236 Watt Graphics Card Design

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Written on 4:47 PM by Switch

Santa Clara (CA) - Nvidia today unveiled its GT200 graphics chip, now integrated into the GTX260 and GTX280 graphics cards.

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Intel Shows Off Insanely Overclocked And Aircooled Nehalem - But We Can't Tell You How Fast

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Written on 12:05 AM by Switch

Taipei (Taiwan) - Everyone is waiting for Intel's quad-core, eight-thread Nehalem processor later this year and we got a little sneak peak at the processor's stability and speed at a closed door meeting with Intel employees.

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Computex 2008: Nvidia Joins VIA In Celebrating Nano CPU And Mini-ITX 2.0 Launch

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Written on 12:05 AM by Switch

VIA Technologies held a launch party today to officially announce its new VIA Nano processor (Isaiah) and a new standard for small form factor motherboards, Mini-ITX 2.

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The Happening

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Written on 1:33 PM by Switch

From director M. Night Shyamalan comes a lightning-paced, heart-pounding paranoid thriller about a family on the run from an inexplicable and unstoppable event that threatens not only humankind… but the most basic human instinct of them all: survival.


Genre: Drama, SciFi
IMDB rating: 6.2/10 (2,545 votes)
Directed by: M. Night Shyamalan
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Zooey Deschanel, John Leguizamo, Betty Buckley

Links: IMDB, Homepage, Trailer

Quality: For Those who want to watch it now heres a CAM version, you know what the deal is. Unsaturated colors and generally the lowest quality release you will find. I personally feel that its good enough of a quality to watch it. Not like other cams when action scenes get all blurry this one doesnt.

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New Version of Outpost Security Suite Pro 2008

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Written on 12:51 PM by Switch

If you don’t want to bother with several security products to protect your PC (firewall, antivirus, antispyware and so on) try this all-in-one suite.

Description: Being online is fraught with dangers: Internet worms, Trojan horses, spyware agents, hijackers and other malware can wreak havoc, causing anything from slow performance to system crashes and full-blown identity theft. To provide you with the kind of protection you need against cyber thieves and online extortionists, you need a powerful firewall.

Your choice in firewalls is one of the most important security decisions you can make. The firewall you choose must be able to monitor all inbound and outbound traffic and protect you from any unauthorized intrusion by rendering your PC invisible to anything that you haven’t specifically authorized.

The award-winning Outpost Security Suite Pro software will provide a vastly superior arsenal of defense giving you the latest in personal firewall technology which makes it the clear security choice for your system.

Aamir 2008

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Written on 12:49 PM by Switch

Bollywood Group BRG has brought us this Bollywood movie named Aamir. This is a triller genre movie directed by Rajkumar Gupta. This movie is on Hindi language but you have a lot of subtitles including English. IMDb score is 8,3 but with only 75 votes. Download sample for quality check. I hope this movie will found it’s crowd on RLSLOG. If you like this type of foreign movie…. enjoy.

PLOT: Aamir is a man-on-the-run thriller revolving around the eponymous London-based doctor’s visit to his family in India. Geographically Aamir’s maze is set in the Muslim dominated streets and residential pockets of Old Bombay. In its lanes and crowded alleys, cheap restaurants and lodges, amongst nameless pimps and whores, run-down buildings and packed markets, Aamir is made to confront the life he has lived, the ‘choices’ he has made, his dreams, his loves and his immediate fears. Through the course of a day, lost in the streets of Mumbai, the question remains - do you choose your destiny or does destiny choose you? vDoes Aamir choose to be a follower or does he rise to become a leader?

STARRING: Rajeev Khandelwal, Jhilmil Hazrika, Gajraj Rao


IMDB 8,3 (75 votes), trailer

Systweak Photostudio

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Written on 3:08 PM by Switch

PhotoStudio v2 is truly complete imaging tool that contains everything needed to take professional studio quality images. It encapsulates wide range of features that helps you to explore an artist inside you to create, edit and modify images and give a boost to your imaging aptitude.

PhotoStudio v2 has basic parameters for an amateur user to create a new image as well as advanced tools, filters and special effects for the experienced one to engage in recreation with and show their professionalism.

Features:

- Ribbon Style User Interface
- Add effects for a professional touch
- Capture image from any device
- A touch of Perfection
- Group images to your requirements
- Re-design an image
- Share your memories

Microsoft Windos 7 Build 6519 M1

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Written on 3:30 PM by Switch

With Windows Vista finally behind us, it’s time to turn our attention to the next Windows client release, which is currently codenamed Windows “7″, though Microsoft has used other code-names, like “Vienna” and “Windows Seven” in the past. This release is the early build which was showcased at a conference back in January ‘08. Remember to read .nfo first before installing. Enjoy.

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Easier. Windows 7 will make it easier for users to find and use information. Local, network and Internet search functionality will converge. Intuitive user experiences will be further advanced. Automated application provisioning and cross-application data transparency will be integrated.

More secure. Windows 7 will include improved security and legislative compliance functionality. Data protection and management will be extended to peripheral devices. Windows 7 will advance role-based computing scenarios and user-account management, and bridge the inherent conflicts between data protection and robust collaboration. It will also enable enterprise-wide data protection and permissions.

Better connected. Windows 7 will further enable the mobile workforce. It will deliver anywhere, anytime, any device access to data and applications. It will enable a robust ad-hoc collaboration experience. Wireless connectivity, management and security functionality will be expanded. The performance and functionality of current and emerging mobile hardware will be optimized. The multiple device sync, management and data protection capabilities in Windows will be extended. Finally, Windows 7 will enable flexible computing infrastructures including rich, thin and network-centric models.

Lower cost. Windows 7 will help businesses optimize their desktop infrastructure. It will enable seamless OS, application and data migration, and simplified PC provisioning and upgrading. It will further efforts towards non-disruptive application updating and patching. Windows 7 will include improved hardware- and software-based virtualization experiences. And it will expand the PC self-help and IT Pro problem resolution diagnostics in Windows.

Voodoo Envy 133 Review: Apple Air Killer ??

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Written on 12:08 PM by Switch

Whoa. We were wondering what would happen when the performance freaks at Voodoo teamed up with HP, and the first notebook to come out of this acquisition is a surprise. No, it’s not a gaming rig. It’s one of the sleekest and most innovative ultraporables we’ve seen. The Envy 133 (starting at $2,099) rocks an instant-on mode that lets you surf the Web and make Skype calls without booting into Windows (called Voodoo IOS) and a slick power brick that doubles as a wireless access point. Intrigued yet?

Voodoo was kind enough to let us steal a pre-production sample for a little hands-on time, and although the Envy 133 was not benchmarkable, we wanted to walk you through everything that makes this dream machine stand out. Stay tuned for a full review.

Design

It all starts with a druable carbon fiber case that weighs 3.4 pounds and measures a mere 0.7 inches thin, complete with retro-chic squared-off edges. This is the kind of minimalist laptop that Christian Bale would carry if they remade American Psycho for the 21st century–in a good way.

Customization options range from your choice of 14 Voodoo Allure paint finishes to a selection of laser engravings. Underneath the lid you’ll find a brilliant 13.3-inch, LED-backlit display whose high-quality fused composite glass runs from edge to edge for a unified aesthetic. Last but not least is a funky backlit keyboard with a space-age font and a multiple-gesture touchpad (for scroll and pinch options) that’s nicely textured.

No Port Envy Here
More important than the Envy 133’s stunning looks are the innovations packed in (and on) this 3.4-pound machine. You can also connect anywhere via optional integrated mobile broadband, a feature the Air lacks. Two USB ports (one of which doubles as an eSATA port for external storage), an HDMI port, and a low-light VGA webcam are just a few more reasons why we would happily tote the Envy 133 anywhere.

The New Instant On

The Envy 133 launches users into an environment where they can surf the Web and make Skype calls within a mere 10 seconds. Called Voodoo IOS, this environment is powered by Splashtop and gives you the full Internet without having to run Vista in the background. Not only does this feature save time, it should also save battery life. You can also instant message your buddies (via Pidgin) in AOL, Google Talk, MSN, Yahoo, and more, and access photos and music–but not movies on the optical drive.

Juice Meets Connectivity

The 133’s power brick isn’t really a brick at all. It’s more like a flat slab. Voodoo calls it Aura PowerConnect because it allows users to plug in an Ethernet cable for a point-to-point Wi-Fi connection. Essentially , you can create up to a 50-foot wireless network instantly, which is perfect for working in remote offices or hotel rooms with either spotty wireless connections or no Wi-Fi at all.

SSD Optional: The Envy 133 can be ordered with a 4,200-rpm 80GB hard drive or a 64GB solid state drive. Performance hounds will want to opt for the latter, although the instant-on functionality of this notebook makes the boot time advantage of SSD not us compelling.

More Power To You: While the MacBook Air forces you to send in your precious notebook when it’s time to replace the battery, with the Envy 133 you can simply swap and go. The standard battery lasts a respectable (but not great) 3.45 hours between charges.

Matching External Optical Drive Included: Although Apple charges $99 bucks for an external optical drive on the MacBook Air, Voodoo bundles every Envy 133 with an ID-coordinated DVD burner (sorry, no Blu-ray yet).

Outlook: Although the Voodoo Envy 133 is considerably more expensive than the MacBook Air’s starting price of $1,799, and it’s not quite as thin or light, you do get a lot for your money, including more ports, the best instant-on mode yet, and a replaceable battery. The fact that you can customize the Envy 133 to your heart’s content is icing on the cake.

Full Specs for Voodoo Envy 133


CPU: 1.6-GHz Intel Core 2 Duo SP7500 or 1.8-Ghz SP7700

Operating System: Windows Vista

RAM/Expandable To: 2GB/2GB

Hard Drive Size/Speed: 64GB SSD (optional 80GB/4,200 rpm)

Optical Drive: external 8X or 6X dvd+/-RW

Display/Resolution: 13.3 inches/1280 x 800

Graphics/Video Memory: intel GMA X3100/384MB

Wireless Networking: 802.11g/n, Bluetooth 2.0

Ports: One usb, esata/usb, hdmi, headphone/mic • Card Slots: expresscard/34

Size: 12.7 x 9.0 x 0.7 inches

Weight: 3.4 pounds

Omnia, competition for iPhone from Samsung

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Written on 8:17 PM by Switch

Samsung Electronics South Korea released on early Monday preview details on the company’s new smartphone, before the mania of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference begins in California. The Samsung Omnia (SGH-i900) is similar in looks and function to the Samsung Instinct (SPH-M800), but with a few more bells and whistles. For starters, it sounds like it has a very promising camera. With five megapixels and anti-shake technology, this may be the first camera on a phone that produces pictures you would actual think of printing, not just posting to Facebook. This is an improvement over the 2-megapixel cameras on both the first-generation iPhone and on the Samsung Instinct.

The touch-screen smartphone, which runs on Windows Mobile 6.1 and features Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Opera 9.5 as its Web browser, will also have Wi-Fi. That’s something the Instinct also lacks. Like the Instinct, the Omnia has visual voice mail, 3G capability, Bluetooth, an FM radio, and GPS functionality. The smartphone, of course, also doubles as a music player and, with 16GB, will be able to hold up to 4,000 songs or 100 minutes of video, according to Samsung. More details on the smartphone’s specs will follow when the Omnia (SGH-i900) is officially unveiled on June 17 at Communicasia, the 2008 Singapore Expo. The Omnia (SGH-i900) will become available in Southeast Asia first and then be launched to other markets over the second half of 2008, according to Samsung.

$199 iPhone 3G introduced by Apple

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Written on 8:15 PM by Switch

In his keynote address to open Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) on Monday, Steve Jobs officially announced the iPhone 3G. Perhaps the most important revelation was the price, which at $199 for the entry level (8GB) model is half the original’s current $399 pricetag. He indicated that the price was based on research where consumers who have so far passed on the iPhone said cost was the biggest barrier. Not surprisingly he didn’t talk about his previous prediction of 10 million iPhones sold by the end of 2008. Why is that significant? Maybe because at the current (pre-iPhone 3G) prices it appears unlikely to happen.

In fact despite “selling out some number of weeks ago,” Jobs said only 6 million have been sold in the approximately 11 months since the initial launch on June 29 of last year. Jobs showed off the speed difference between the iPhone 3G’s “amazingly zippy” performance on newer 3G networks, compared with the EDGE connection available to owner’s of the original. The same web page that took nearly a minute to load using an EDGE connection took just over 20 seconds across 3G. He also compared it to a Nokia N95 and Treo 750, which reportedly took 33 and 34 seconds respectively to load the same page (using 3G) while delivering it in a less complete mobile format. He also pointed out that 3G speed is “actually approaching Wi-Fi.”

Other changes include the use of plastic instead of aluminum for the back (presumably to bring production costs down), as well as the addition of a 2 Megapixel camera and GPS. Near the end of his presentation a map showed 70 countries where the 3G iPhone will officially be available while ‘It’s a Small World’ played in the background. By contrast, the original iPhone is only offered in 6 countries. The iPhone 3G’s initial launch, on July 11, will actually only include 22 countries, with the other 48 planned by year’s end.

Work At Home ?

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Written on 12:34 AM by Switch

I believe u guys were expecting some new home business or ways to earn money online to even ways to get more leads.. well sorry wont be discussing it today.. for toay i will start off with .........

Hey guys sorry for lack of updates about my activity lately.. its been very tiring and stuff.. Well on Friday i got like the biggest shock. My incharge told me take i could work from home cause of my inconvenience to walk. Wow it cant be true. "So Good he is" i thought in yoda LOL.....

Well i know 1 of the reason.. he wanted me to spend time on an application he so dearly wants that is like taking so long and yet has come out. So by doing this he allows me to stay at home yet have his program done.. Something like a win-win..

I dont know how much of that is true but will wait for the next week to see if it turns out true.

Later and take care

Fear Itself S01E01

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Written on 11:05 AM by Switch

Fear Itself is an NBC new horror anthology series. The first season is set to be comprised of 13 short stories, so each episode would be independent. I am a horror theme fan, that’s for sure. So I have a high expectation of this series, especially when it is created by a bounch of horror masters in the movie world. If you like horror movies, or if you like the TV series “Masters of Horror”, I’m sure you are gonna love this. Enjoy this 2HD release.

Episode 1: The Sacrifice

(On the lam from the authorities, four criminals find themselves held up at a decrepit fort inhabited by three alluring women.)

Sample: #1 #2 #3 Video Sample

Links: IMDB



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Google lets users experiment with Gmail

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Written on 11:02 AM by Switch

Google invited members of the press to its main campus in Mountain View today to unveil Gmail Labs. Gmail Labs is essentially a stage for Google employees to develop new features for Gmail under the public eye. Starting at 6pm PT tonight, all Gmail users in the US and UK will see a new tab in the settings area called “Labs”. The tab will show a selection of beta features, such as “Pictures in Chat”, which (unsurprisingly) puts portraits in chat sessions, and “Mouse Gestures”, which allows you to navigate Gmail using mouse gestures. After testing these features, users will be able to submit feedback directly to the developers themselves. Google will decide to incorporate some of these features into Gmail as default enhancements based on the feedback and total usage of each. This makes potential beta testers out of the millions of Gmail users out there.

Gmail product manager Keith Coleman says that any Google employee can add their creations to this tab once they go through a simple code check. Pretty much any idea will fly, even recreating the game Snake within Gmail, or creating a fun feature that locks users out from Gmail for 15 minutes so they can take a break. Developers are given full access to the entire Gmail code base, so they can modify almost anything (although Coleman avoided the question of whether a feature could be developed that removed ads). Google has traditionally tested feature additions to Gmail within the company by making them available first to other employees. This is the first time they’ve opened the testing process and brought in outsiders on such a large scale.



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Firefox 3 RC2

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Written on 6:52 PM by Switch

Firefox 3 Release Candidate 2 Release Notes

Released: June 4, 2008

This second Firefox 3 Release Candidate 2 is a preview release of Mozilla's next generation Firefox browser and is being made available for testing purposes only.

Preview releases are published to collect feedback from Web developers and our testing community before advancing to the next stage in the release process. The final version of Firefox 3 will be released when we qualify the product as fully ready for our users. Users of the latest released version of Firefox should not expect all of their add-ons to work properly with this preview release.

Please see below for an extensive list of features and enhancements found in Firefox 3, as well as known issues and frequently asked questions. As always, we appreciate your feedback either through this feedback form or by filing a bug in Bugzilla.

read the full source at Here


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Anamorph

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Written on 6:46 PM by Switch

Movie has get a good score on IMDb (1412 votes). I think movie is great and worth watching.

PLOT: Willem Dafoe (THE ENGLISH PATIENT) plays an NYPD detective who grapples with a string of unusual serial murders, perpetrated by a killer who fashions himself an artist. As the detective investigates the brilliantly composed crime scenes, he draws closer to a mystery that may end up… Willem Dafoe (THE ENGLISH PATIENT) plays an NYPD detective who grapples with a string of unusual serial murders, perpetrated by a killer who fashions himself an artist. As the detective investigates the brilliantly composed crime scenes, he draws closer to a mystery that may end up implicating himself. H.S. Miller wrote and directed this moody psychological thriller.


IMDb 6.1/10 (1412 votes), Trailer



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AMD introduces puma Laptop solution

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Written on 6:40 PM by Switch

For the next few months, the big battleground is likely to be in notebook computer platforms, where both companies have new offerings, many of which are being rolled out at this week’s Computex show in Taiwan. AMD today formally introduced its new notebook platform, which has been referred to under the code-name of Puma, though officially it’s just the next generation notebook platform. The CPU is the Turion X2 Ultra chip (formerly code-named “Griffin”), which basically is two K8 cores (the same cores used in the Athlon processors) with some interesting new features: independent dynamic cores let the chip set different power levels for each core and the integrated “north bridge” chip, power optimized HyperTransport 3; a a mobile-optimized memory controller designed for DDR-800 memory.

The heart of the platform is the new 7-series chipset with support for the ATI Mobility Radeon 3000 family of graphics and Wi-Fi support from a third-party chipset (such as Atheros, Broadcom, or Marvell). The graphics come in several flavors. Most distinctive is the HD 3000 integrated graphics solution, which includes support for Avivo HD (for better hardware-assistend HD decode). AMD believes this will far outperform Intel’s integrated graphics. AMD says this solution will offer three times the 3D performance, 5 times the HD quality, and 40% faster wireless than Intel’s solution. I’m a bit skeptical on some of these numbers, but the proof will be in the final notebooks.



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Bastard He Is

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Written on 6:29 PM by Switch

Well today i went off to work. Took a cab though.. walking to much isnt really easy for me. Was in a ok mood today. Nothing really special. Meet some of my work friends there. Chit chat for a while then headed off back to work.

Man then this guy knowing fully well of my condition, btw hes some nobody asking me do this do that that requires so much movement... *Bastard* he is. ( copied yoda's style ) But its still ok cuz well i am at work. But THE THING is why he is so "Bastard he is".. Right after my operation with my leg all bloody and stuff instead of calling and asking how i am, he ask me come to work and help him do stuff... I MEAN LIKE HELLO ASS , I JUST GOT MY BODY CUTTED.

Today he even asked me to come back on sunday to help him with stuff.. AHHHHHHH cant take it will stop here need to go put my head in the freezer for cooling down.

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Asus Unveils subnotebooks Eee PC 901 & 1000

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Written on 11:38 PM by Switch

Asus kicked of Computex 2008 with the Eee PC 901, the Eee PC 1000 and the Eee PC 1000H. The product family is quickly evolving from once was a cheap sub-$300 notebook to a trendy gadget that is expected to hit mainstream notebook prices. Also on display is a WiMax-equipped EeePC 901 that could become available in the U.S. as soon as the WiMax confusion clears up and a broadband network becomes available in more areas. Joining the widely anticipated and already previewed Eee PC 901 with an 8.9” screen, Asus also launched two 10” models – the Eee PC 1000 and 1000H.

Detailed specs other than the screen sizes were unavailable from Asus in the U.S. at the time of this writing, but leaked information from Taiwan suggests that at least the 1000H model will come with a 10” or 10.2” screen, Linux or Windows XP, Intel’s Atom processor and SCH chipset, up to 2 GB of DDR2 memory (the maximum supported by SCH), up to 5 hours of battery time an 80 GB hard drive as well as a weight that is slightly above three pounds.

While the 1000 models appear to be a reaction to MSI’s Wind notebook, the focus of Asus’ announcements is certainly on the 901 model. Equipped with an 8.9” screen up to 20 GB flash memory, and an Intel Atom Z520 1.33 GHz processor, the notebook is expected to launch in the $600 to $650 range, which means that the 10” model could break the $700 mark. Asus also has a working demo of an Intel Atom-based WiMax Eee PC 901. Asus is offering both 802.16e USB dongles as well as integrated WiMax solutions covering the frequency range between 2.5 and 2.7 GHz. The company did not say when the WiMax version will be available for purchase in the U.S.



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Today....

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Written on 4:37 PM by Switch

Well today last and confirm last day of my MC. Seeing some magazines i saw quite alot of knee helping products on the market. Straight away i sprung into action.

Went to the nearest pharmacy to purchase one. I got this brand from Green Life called "Joint & Muscle Cream" which contains Glucosamine which in turns supposed to help with meniscus repair patients.

Time to sign off and head for the hair dresser.

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250 GB Freecom ToughDrive Pro

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Written on 12:01 PM by Switch



The biggest capacity yet from a hard drive powered by USB

External storage is a necessity rather than a luxury for designers. Moving work between the office and home is part of daily life for many of us, while being able to carry a portfolio around at all times is as important as ever. There are plenty of storage options out there, including USB flash drives and external hard disks. But even the biggest flash drives don’t offer enough space, while standard external drives are not particularly portable.

The problem is that 3.5-inch external drives require a separate power unit. But the Freecom’s 250GB ToughDrive Pro draws all its power from a USB port.

250GB is ample space for a lot of data, and this capacity milestone is a marked improvement over what has been squeezed from USB-powered drives so far. There are some tradeoffs though. Transfer speed from the 2.5-inch disk falls well below what is possible from a standard SATA drive. For this reason, we wouldn’t recommend using this as your scratch disk. At £130, you’re also paying a lot more per gigabyte of storage than usual.

It comes encased in rubber to prevent damage should you drop it, which is a welcome feature. However, the dimensions of the drive are larger than we would like, making it slightly too big to fit comfortably in a pocket.

The benefits of a USB-powered hard disk outweigh most of the shortcomings, but if you don’t need the full 250GB, there are even more portable drives that do a similar job.



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Tivx M-5100SH

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Written on 1:20 AM by Switch


Hey guys i am telling you about the DViCO M-4000SA HD media player. Now they're back with the M-5100SH which bests the former with 1080p support, HDMI output, and H.264 decoding. It still packs Ethernet for plenty of in-home media streaming and of course DViCO will be more than happy to throw in a 3.5-inch, 512GB SATA disk for a fee. But why not save some bills-per-byte and double your capacity with a 1TB Hitachi disk purchased elsewhere. You can also add WiFi and an optional ATSC tuner to create a full-featured 1080i video recorder. Decent but standard stuff so far; what's odd is the pricing.

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Lego Indiana Jones

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Written on 6:06 PM by Switch


Well Check out this new game for the psp that was release. I am not sure i will be getting this game a not. Its an action adventure game for all who are not aware of Indiana Jones or have not watch the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

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nVidia Release Tegra a chip for small device

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Written on 5:59 PM by Switch

Nvidia Corp on Sunday announced a processor line-up it believes will power a new class of fast, small devices with long battery life that can surf the full Internet, play high-end games and display high-definition video. The graphics chipmaker is calling the Tegra 600 and Tegra 650 processors “computers on a chip” for highly portable, visual devices, and it is aiming squarely at a market also targeted by No. 1 chipmaker Intel Corp. Nvidia hopes the Tegra chips, which also include its previously announced application processor APX2500 used in smartphones and handsets, will go into a broad array of computing devices. But it’s aiming first for an emerging category called mobile Internet devices, or MIDs.

Intel was among the first to start bandying about the term, and its Atom family of chips is targeted at MIDs. But Intel and Nvidia both say people are still unsure exactly what a MID is. Mike Rayfield, general manager of Nvidia’s mobile business, said MIDs have screens of four to 12 inches in diameter and may have a touch-screen or keyboard, a connection for a game controller or a wireless high-speed Internet connection. Nvidia says it is more than a dumbed-down notebook PC or super-portable notebook with keyboards suited more for the hands of Smurfs than humans. He said prices for MIDs with Tegra would range from $200 to $250 and be on store shelves by the holiday shopping season.



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Well Well Well

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Written on 5:55 PM by Switch

I have seen the doctor and to my surprise he was in a good mood today i can say. Firstly he accepted my every request. Mc to cover me today and tml. Even ask me to take care. Unlike the last trip i made where he just brushed off every comment i made.

I Can conclude today he is in a extremely good mood cause next month he will be on leave. Another point is its many hours before the closing time.

Me and Signing off.

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My leave today

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Written on 7:50 AM by Switch

Hey hey .. its morning .. i know the monday blues and stuff. Woke up today extremely early. And some people are wondering why i am not at work or What..

Well see my title My Leave. Today i took urgent leave so as to go see doctor. I dun know not everyone replies when i said that i taking leave today lol. Ahh i guess this is what office friendships are as reported in the newspaper today. Not many can be your friends and are quite hard to maintain one esp when we are pit against each other for raise in pay, promotion etc. Well thats just my view anyway..

TRUE FRIENDS will stick through thick and thin. Well i can say My Bro Jonny has been with my for 6 years now. We have my fought over many small issues but now we are still best of buds.

Me and Signing off for the morning.

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Well Today is the Last

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Written on 11:10 AM by Switch

Omgg All i can say today is the last day of my long mc.
Some of my friends say i am dumb going for so many operations and stuff but well its better to get it fix up now when i am younger then when i get so old and hardly more right.

How i wish the docs would give a longer mc period for a meniscus repair. It looks so painful with the scar now thats on my leg. Taking in to consideration that i cut out a piece of bone in my leg as well.

Let me just run u through the first few weeks. It was extremely painful. Going to the restroom and showering prove the biggest hurdle. I had to get alot of help. Well next came physio. The therapist at the hospital were very nice. BUT the training session were more then i can bargain for. Well but grilling at it for say 7 weeks has improved my condition alot.

Well after seeing the doc and he forcefully said that i am recovering well and brushing aside my request of having another scan to put my mind at ease. He told me to take out the brace + clutches and go on normally. THANKS to him and I do mean THANKS.. i managed to sprain my knee on the area of my operation. THANKS Doc.

Well i am just leaving it at that. Will be seeing him tomorrow.

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Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins

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Written on 11:02 AM by Switch


Another low rated movie, and this time its Martin Lawrence’s comedy entitled Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins.

Martin Lawrence stars as talk-show sensation Dr. RJ Stevens, who has shirked his simple Southern past and the awkward boy he used to be to dispense “you can do it” advice to millions of adoring fans. With a reality-series star on his arm and loads of cash in his pocket, there’s nothing he feels he hasn’t achieved. When his parents request that he come home for their 50th wedding anniversary, RJ packs up his 10-year-old son and spoiled princess of a fiancĂ©e and heads back to his sleepy, Southern hometown. Ready to impress his down home kin with how much he’s changed, RJ will prove he’s not the walking disaster they used to pick on. At least, that’s the plan… But as his crazy, lovable family reminds RJ of the kid he once was and the big-ego’d adult he has become, this superstar will take a hard look at the life he is living. Roscoe Junior might’ve felt teased, second best and laughed at as a child, but the love from home could be turning Dr. RJ into The Better Man.

Genre: Comedy | Romance
Ratings: IMDB 3.0/10 (1,906 votes) RT 25%
Directed by: Malcolm D. Lee
Starring: Martin Lawrence, James Earl Jones, Margaret Avery, Joy Bryant, Cedric the Entertainer

Links: IMDB, Homepage, Trailer


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Kiss The Bride

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Written on 2:56 PM by Switch


This romantic comedy starring Tori Spelling. Sarcasm aside, a 33% rating on RT is actually decent for the genre, so it might not be complete rubbish. 1 CD goodness.

Synopsis: In high school, Matt and Ryan were best friends. More than friends, actually. But in the ensuing ten years, they’ve lost contact. So when Matt receives an invitation to Ryan’s wedding he’s surprised - especially that Ryan is marrying a woman! Matt interrupts his ideal alternative lifestyle to return to his hometown. He plans to rescue his former love from whatever “she-devil” has trapped him into this huge mistake.










Genre: Comedy/Romance
IMDB rating: 5.7 (102 votes)
RT rating: 33%
Directed by: C. Jay Cox
Starring: Tori Spelling, Joanna Cassidy, Tess Harper

Links: IMDB, Homepage, Trailer


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The List Movie

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Written on 2:24 PM by Switch

Hey guys, I am gonna try and update on some of those unknown movies. So the first one ~The List~

This sounds like an interesting film. Unfortunately, there are not many ratings available to go by, so you’ll have to check it out for yourself. Quality is normal 1 CD.

Synopsis: With news of the defeat at Gettysburg ringing in their ears, a group of wealthy Confederate landowners meet on a stormy night to form a secret blood covenant to protect their families’ fortunes. One man refuses to sign, uttering a dark prophecy against the dangers of greed and black magic. Ignoring the warning, the men pool their gold in a desperate attempt to smuggle their treasures to Europe.











Genre: Thriller
IMDB rating:
7.0 (96 votes)
RT rating: N/A
Directed by: Gary Wheeler
Starring: Malcolm McDowell, Chuck Carrington, Hilarie Burton

Links: IMDB , Homepage , Trailer