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Dec 22,2006
IBM and Intel Corporation have joined in an initiative aimed at improving how IT managers select, deploy and measure virtualized server solutions for enterprise data centers. Virtualization technology, such as VMware Infrastructure, on Intel-based servers is becoming widely used in production environments and is increasing capturing mid-tier application workloads. “As mid-sized and large enterprise IT organizations strive to cash in on the cost savings of data center consolidation through server virtualization, hosting applications on larger, ... [full story]
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Dec 15,2006
Small, battery-operated wireless cameras are handy for monitoring areas around the house where access to electricity may be limited -- such as driveways, attics and near entry doors -- but with an average battery life span of just 10 hours, they can run out of power too quickly to be of use.   POWER-SAVING RANGER - With a range of more than 300 feet and a battery life of several months, KwikPeek wireless cameras allow you to ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
About 3 1/2 years ago, the Department of Defense rang John Miguelez in Redondo Beach, Calif., to ask if he'd evaluate five upper-limb amputees at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. A plane awaited him at Los Angeles International Airport. Miguelez was used to traveling worldwide to see amputees.   ADVANCED ARM - John Miguelez, owner of Advanced Arm Dynamics, evaluates a prosthesis for Phong Tran, who lost his right arm while working as ... [full story]
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Dec 08,2006
It looks like you won the auction for the DVD player on eBay but haven't paid the seller yet. It says so right there on the e-mail with the official eBay logo. Of course, you didn't bid on a DVD player, so it must be some kind of misunderstanding. All you have to do is click on the link, sign in with your account name and password. The vast majority of Internet users will recognize this ... [full story]
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Dec 01,2006
Walking into DivX's San Diego headquarters, it's hard to miss a deja vu vibe from the Internet bubble of 1999. There's the casual attire - employees walking around in T-shirts and baggy jeans, shorts and flip-flops. There's the Space Age furnishings and game tables, relics of the defunct Internet music company MP3.com, which used to occupy the building.   SHRINKING EXPANSION - Employees who worked on launching DivX's Stage 6 display a surfboard they received as ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
Market researchers expect that more digital TVs than analog will be sold this year, and the weeks leading up to Christmas and the Super Bowl are the peak of the TV shopping season. That means there are more people than ever trying to figure out the complicated transition from analog to digital TV, a world filled with acronyms, engineering numbers and new accessories.   HDTV 101 - Shopping for an HDTV requires research, but the installation of ... [full story]
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Nov 24,2006
By unleashing the XBOX 360 a year earlier than the competition, Microsoft has a head start on the next generation of console gaming. But Sony and Nintendo are now ready to enter the virtual boxing ring with their new consoles, the PlayStation 3 and the Wii. While Sony seems to be directly competing with Microsoft by trying to create the most technologically advanced gaming console ever created, Nintendo is going in another direction. Rather than ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
With home movies, video game systems and television programming all moving into the high-definition realm, consumers must surely wonder if they need to take out a second mortgage just to purchase a high-quality TV that takes advantage of these new formats. Fortunately, the answer is a resounding "no," as Mitsubishi has released a new line of affordable televisions that offer top-notch visuals in an attractive package.   NEW TVS - Mitsubishi's 2007 DLP televisions, including its 57-inch ... [full story]
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Nov 03,2006
Whether using your laptop or cell phone, it is important for today’s travelers to stay connected while on the road. Chris McGinnis, noted business travel expert and author of “The Unofficial Business Traveler’s Pocket Guide: 165 Travel Tips Even the Best Business Travelers May Not Know,” offers useful high (and some low) tech tips on how to keep connected and stay secure while traveling. * Wi-fi: If you don’t have it, get it. Wireless Internet ... [full story]
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Oct 26,2006
Do you ever wonder how photographers capture such priceless moments? It’s not as hard as you may think, especially in today’s world of digital photography. According to Jay Forman, a professional photographer and author of “Capture Your Kids In Pictures,” taking great family photos doesn’t require expensive gear or technical prowess, just the application of simple principles and some common sense. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you’ll find yourself eager to display every photo, because ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
Klaus Schulten, an Illinois molecular researcher, and his team generate computer simulations of working human cell components in a process that starts with an expensive supercomputer. The computer crunches data for millions of atoms. When it's time to view the molecules interacting, the researchers turn to PCs with relatively inexpensive video cards - the same Nvidia and ATI cards that serious game players buy online or at electronic stores. "It's been a godsend, a gift ... [full story]
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Sep 20,2006
It seems like there’s a new headline every day about another stolen laptop, a hacker attack or a lost data tape. And the impact of these incidents is widespread. One organization estimates that over 91 million data records of U.S. residents have been exposed due to security breaches since February 2005. You may have received a notification letter, in which an organization alerts you to the fact that your personal information has been exposed. After ... [full story]
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Aug 25,2006
If you had to venture a guess, how much time would you say the average American wastes dealing with paperwork each week? Before you answer, keep in mind all those incoming and outgoing contracts and purchase orders you handle on a daily basis at work, permission slips for the kids’ field trips and extracurricular activities, progress reports you have to sign for school, etc. “Lost count yet?” asks Jeff Zwelling, a businessman from California. He ... [full story]
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