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Nvidia Announces 3D Vision Surround Technology

From X-bit Labs: Nvidia Corp. on Thursday demonstrated its new technology called 3D Vision Surround, which enables stereoscopic 3D picture on three monitors. The technology will be supported by the next-generation GeForce graphics cards based on code-named GF100 chip (NV60, GT300, G300) that sports Fermi architecture.

Intel CEO shows first Moorestown smartphone

From InfoWorld: Intel on Thursday showed the first smartphone based on its upcoming Moorestown platform for mobile devices.

Intel: 27 New Laptop, Desktop CPUs Arrive in January

From PC World: It's official. Intel CEO Paul Otellini launched a volley of 32-nanometer cannonballs at AMD today with the official release of the company's latest dual- and quad-core Clarkdale (desktop) and dual-core Arrandale (laptop) CPUs.

Google muses about ads in Street View

From CNET News.com: Could virtual billboards one day show up in Google Street View?

A few months ago, Google gave a presentation to marketing and ad agency types in Europe as part of an event called "Above and Beyond 2009," an educational seminar/infomercial on how Google can help get their clients' messages out to the public. One of the presentations was on the exploding opportunities in mobile advertising, something with which Google is clearly obsessed these days.

Microsoft, Adobe prep critical security patches

From CNET News.com: Microsoft will issue one bulletin on Patch Tuesday next week that is rated "critical" for Windows 2000.

The patch is designed to address a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to take control of a computer by remotely executing code on it, according to an advisory released Thursday. It is rated "low" severity for Windows 7, Vista, XP, Server 2003, and Server 2008 operating systems.

Motorola May Enter Tablet PC Market

From DailyTech: Motorola is struggling to revamp its mobile devices business in the face of increasing loses. Motorola is enjoying some success with the new Android powered smartphones that it is offering on the market.

CES: ASUS Will Ship U3S6 USB 3.0, 6Gbps SATA PCIe Adapter For $30

From DailyTech: ASUS started shipping the first motherboards with support for the USB 3.0 and 6Gbps SATA interfaces two months ago at the beginning of November. The first mobos were targeted at enthusiasts, but soon made their way into the mainstream. Gigabyte followed suit, and shipped seven new motherboards with support for the new interfaces as well.

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AMD to show upcoming laptop processors

From InfoWorld: Advanced Micro Devices is expected to show off its latest laptop processors on Thursday, including quad-core chips for laptops that are due in a few months.

The chips will include two to four cores and achieve higher levels of integration that could offer longer battery life to laptops, AMD spokesperson Steve Howard said at an event during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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