Flash 10 coming to most smartphones in 2010

From CNET News.com: A full-fledged version of the Adobe Flash player is coming soon to a whole slew of smartphones. Unfortunately, Apple's iPhone isn't one of them.

Logitech G19 Color LCD Gaming Keyboard Delayed

From DailyTech: Logitech's most advanced gaming keyboard, featuring a color LCD screen, has been delayed by two months to early May. Logitech was unable to provide a reason for the delay.

Why was there no poll last week?

What poll?
10% (28 votes)
I don't know, some bureaucracy stuff probably
18% (48 votes)
"The chc" is just too lazy
42% (112 votes)
Where's the reviews as well?
19% (52 votes)
Happy Valentine's Day!
11% (29 votes)
Total votes: 269

Vista to Windows 7 Free Upgrade Plans Leaked?

From Tom's Hardware: From reports of the beta experience, Windows 7 is the new Microsoft OS that everyone’s been waiting for -- for both XP and Vista users. Some consumers can’t afford to wait, however, need to purchase new hardware soon. For those such consumer, and those on the fence, Microsoft will offer a program where those who purchase a new PC with Vista within a certain date range will be eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 7.

Intel and Nvidia Finally Let SLI Multi-GPU Technology Into Latest Intel Mainboards

From X-bit Labs: After months of existence of Intel Core i7 central processing units and Intel X58 platform and mainboards Intel Corp. and Nvidia Corp. have finally decided to sign a licensing agreement that allows Intel to enable Nvidia’s SLI multi-GPU rendering technology on its own DX58SO motherboard widely known as “Smackover”.

Apple issues massive security update for Mac OS X

From InfoWorld: Apple today issued multiple updates for Mac OS X and Java that patched 55 bugs, including one for its Safari Web browser that prompted a security researcher to blast the company for a half-hearted approach to security.

The updates were the largest released by Apple in nearly a year.

NPD January 09: Xbox 360 Sales Surge, PS3 Sales Slump

From PC World: "Even in these tough economic times...[the] increase in revenue...speaks to the continued strength of video games as one of the leading entertainment industries in the U.S.," said NPD analyst Anita Frazier.

Who's to blame for all that post-holiday revenue? "New consumers," suggests NPD.

Google Kills Radio Ad Service, Lays off 40

From PC World: Has video killed the radio star? Google is abandoning its attempts to sell ads on broadcast radio, concentrating instead on its plans to make money from television advertising and online video sharing.

Next version of Outlook Web Access to actually support popular browsers

From CNET News.com:

Microsoft announced on Thursday that the next version of the Exchange server, Exchange 14, will have a few useful new features, including, finally, full support for browsers other than Internet Explorer.

OCZ Vertex Uses Indilinx SSD Controller, Close to Release

From DailyTech: OCZ Technology has traditionally used Solid State Drive (SSD)controllers from JMicron for its multi-level cell (MLC) SSDs. The controller and firmware used can mark a large difference in performance and long-term reliability.


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