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  1. Xbox 360 exclusive Rock Band 2 launching Sunday
  2. NVIDIA's GT200: Inside a Parallel Processor
  3. iTunes version 8 sets out to impress, delivers
  4. Facebook moving to new design this week
  5. AMD's upcoming HD 4550 detailed, to rival 9400 GT
  6. Nvidia won't rename faster GTX 260, apparently
  7. Xbox 360 sales surge from last week's price cut
  8. Shareholder files class action lawsuit against Nvidia
  9. Nvidia to launch revised GTX 200-series, it seems
  10. Apple's fourth-generation iPod Nano reviewed
  11. Intel launch X25-M solid-state drive series
  12. Palit's HD 4850 Sonic returns with 1GB of memory
  13. AMD officially launch Radeon HD 4600-series
  14. Google celebrates 10 years of life, last Sunday
  15. Microsoft invade the iPod parade, talk new Zune's
  16. MSI's HD 4650 benchmarked, pictured in pretty pixels
  17. OCZ's upcoming Elixir II gaming keyboard pixellated
  18. Jerry Seinfeld's Vista ad "has people talking"
  19. Apple roll-out new iPods and iTunes 8 right on time
  20. Microsoft equip two rodents with BlueTrack technology
  21. AMD's first 45nm chips to be AM2+, and not AM3
  22. Dual HD 4670 setup to outperform single HD 4850
  23. AMD's two yearly roadmap detailed, 12 cores ahoy
  24. Dual HD 4670 setup to outperform single HD 4850
  25. AMD's two yearly roadmap detailed, 12 cores ahoy
  26. Crysis Warhead gaming PC detailed, will cost $699
  27. Intel's upcoming Core i7 pushed to 4GHz on air
  28. Sony's Vaio subject to overheating, recall issued
  29. Buffalo up the ante with faster 8x Blu-ray burner
  30. AMD's quarter four processor lineup detailed
  31. Gigabyte's X58-Extreme pictured in pretty pixels
  32. Intel updates Nehalem roadmap, delays Havendale
  33. Samsung want to acquire Sandisk, report claims
  34. Jerry Seinfeld's Windows Vista ad hits YouTube
  35. Ubisoft confirm Far Cry 2 October launch dates
  36. AMD to go fab-less within two weeks, says analyst
  37. AMD has a stripped-down HD 48x0 up its sleeve
  38. Call of Duty: World at War launch dates confirmed
  39. iBUYPOWER unleash Paladin 998 gaming machine
  40. PureOC editor reviews Trek 08 at NordicHardware
  41. Chilin Technology show off liquid cooled projector
  42. MSI overclock, watercool GTX 280 with HydroGen
  43. Google revises Chrome license, no more Big Brother
  44. Firefox 3.1 public beta pushed back to October
  45. Board discusses making E3 open to general public
  46. Blu-ray to be extinct in five years, says Samsung
  47. Microsoft's latest Xbox price cuts come into play
  48. More info on early Goolge Chrome vulnerabilities
  49. Google Chrome snags 1% market share in hours
  50. Kingston launch low-latency HyperX laptop memory
  51. New Patriot Warp SSD's feature speed gains
  52. Adobe to launch Creative Suite 4 on Sept. 23rd
  53. Microsoft to lower Windows 7 boot times to 15s
  54. Flaws discovered in Google Chrome hours after launch
  55. Gigabyte P45 mobos now support DDR2 1333MHz
  56. Asus pull the wraps off Bamboo Series notebooks
  57. Google's Chrome browser reviewed, looks promising
  58. Dell to launch 8.9-inch Inspiron 910 tomorrow
  59. PureOC Folding Team gatecrashes the top 1000
  60. EA release Mirror's Edge system requirements
  61. IE8 consumes 52% more memory than IE7, it seems
  62. Apple has a surprise for us all on September 9th
  63. AMD's desktop processor pricing plummets
  64. AMD to revive FX processor branding by mid-2009
  65. Dual-core E5200 hits Newegg - 45nm for $92
  66. Team Italy bust SuperPi 1MB record with E8600
  67. Mozilla CEO responds to Google's Chrome browser
  68. Google's Chrome browser: the fine print detailed
  69. Logitech launches new back lit Illuminated keyboard
  70. Microsoft boost netbook hard drive size to 160 GB
  71. SiSoft Sandra 2009 up for grabs, watch out GPU's
  72. MSI announce three new additions to its Wind lineup
  73. Commodore cash in on the low-cost Netbook market
  74. VIA's net sales continue to rise throughout August
  75. Nintendo's Wii "isn't hurting us", declares Sony
  76. Radeon HD 4600-series prematurely reviewed
  77. Firefox to include Googe Search for another 3 years
  78. Core 2 Duo E5200 surfaces in China for $89
  79. Creative expands GigaWorks lineup once again
  80. AMD positive about its low-cost graphics market
  81. Radeon HD 4550, 4350 launching this month, also
  82. Google launch first beta of Chrome web browser
  83. Mythbusters end Nvision with a bang... literally
  84. Nvidia to change materials used in G92 chips
  85. Nintendo raise yearly financial forecast by 11%
  86. Longest Lan Party world record busted at Nvision
  87. EVGA dropping prices for Labor Day promotion
  88. IBM testing 4-terabyte solid-state drive tech
  89. Nvidia does have a Quick Path Interconnect license
  90. AMD to launch 45nm Deneb CPU's on January 8th?
  91. PureOverclock upcoming reviews in pretty pixels
  92. Microsoft's Explorer Mini "Blue Track" mouse spotted
  93. Far Cry 3 developments are underway, says Ubisoft
  94. PhysX teaches Radeon and GeForce to get along
  95. Microsoft unleash Internet Explorer 8 beta 2
  96. FutureMark's first game to utilize Nvidia's PhysX
  97. Nvidia makes SLI on X58 official, without bridge chip
  98. CPU-Z version 1.47 is now up for grabs
  99. Abit to leave the mobo market by year's end
  100. Lian Li announce EX-H34 HDD rack, BS-08 fan
  101. Ars Technica has a run through Battlefield Heroes
  102. More evidence mounts over Xbox 360 price cuts
  103. 80 GB PlayStation 3 features 65nm GPU, it seems
  104. Lian Li's alternative Xbox 360 chassis reviewed
  105. Jen-Hsun Huang's keynote at Nvision detailed
  106. Psystar is counter-suing Apple - the war continues
  107. AMD preparing four greener Phenom processors
  108. Creative roll-out N400 USB speaker system
  109. NZXT unveil Whisper high performing gaming chassis
  110. AMD's Core i7 killer detailed, arriving Q4
  111. Nvidia unleash GeForce 9400 GT for $59
  112. Low-power Phenom X2 GE series spotted
  113. The next generation in iPods is near, apparently
  114. Week in review: Graphics Cards and all the rest
  115. Week in review: Mobo's, CPU's and Peripherals
  116. Radeon HD 4600 cards pictured and benchmarked
  117. NVIDIA to offer an upgraded GeForce GTX 260 by mid-September.
  118. Overclocking Intel’s Nehalem is “almost as good as having a second graphics card"
  119. Lian Li introduces new Maxima Force power supply units
  120. Catalyst 8.8 available
  121. News Delay
  122. AMD add new processors to its Business Class lineup
  123. Malware email saga continues under another name
  124. AMD's 45nm Shanghai processor launching Q4
  125. Sony: PS3 price cuts are "not going to happen"
  126. AMD add new processors to its Business Class lineup
  127. Fire at Apple's Cupertino campus claims $2 million
  128. Force3D equip HD 4870 with "Freezer DHT" cooler
  129. Eee Box B202 video review published at HotHardware
  130. Need for Speed Undercover dated, star named
  131. AMD forecast 50% graphics share by year's end
  132. MSI's Wind being shipped with low quality touchpads
  133. Spore goes Gold, can be yours on September 7th
  134. Super Talent unleash Pico D USB flash drive
  135. CoolIT unleash Dual Drive Bay HD 4870 X2 cooler
  136. Lian Li roll-out alternative Xbox 360 chassis
  137. Microsoft to spill the beans on Windows 7 soon
  138. MacBook Air making the switch to 45nm, apparently
  139. Intel drops Centrino prefix in Atom branding
  140. Logitech to acquire earphone maker Ultimate Ears
  141. Nvidia's PhysX is quite CPU demanding, tests show
  142. Intel LGA1366 heatsinks in the labs at FrostyTech
  143. Malware email saga continues under another name
  144. AMD's 45nm Shanghai processor launching Q4
  145. Sony: PS3 price cuts are "not going to happen"
  146. AMD add new processors to its Business Class lineup
  147. Fire at Apple's Cupertino campus claims $2 million
  148. Force3D equip HD 4870 with "Freezer DHT" cooler
  149. Eee Box B202 video review published at HotHardware
  150. AMD forecast 50% graphics share by year's end
  151. MSI's Wind being shipped with low quality touchpads
  152. Intel LGA1366 heatsinks in the labs at FrostyTech
  153. Spore goes Gold, can be yours on September 7th
  154. Super Talent unleash Pico D USB flash drive
  155. CoolIT unleash Dual Drive Bay HD 4870 X2 cooler
  156. Lian Li roll-out alternative Xbox 360 chassis
  157. Microsoft to spill the beans on Windows 7 soon
  158. MacBook Air making the switch to 45nm, apparently
  159. Intel drops Centrino prefix in Atom branding
  160. Logitech to acquire earphone maker Ultimate Ears
  161. Nvidia's PhysX is quite CPU demanding, tests show
  162. Need for Speed Undercover dated, star named
  163. AMD's 45nm Shanghai processor launching Q4
  164. Malware email saga continues under another name
  165. Sony: PS3 price cuts are "not going to happen"
  166. AMD add new processors to its Business Class lineup
  167. Fire at Apple's Cupertino campus claims $2 million
  168. Force3D equip HD 4870 with "Freezer DHT" cooler
  169. Eee Box B202 video review published at HotHardware
  170. Need for Speed Undercover dated, star named
  171. AMD forecast 50% graphics share by year's end
  172. MSI's Wind being shipped with low quality touchpads
  173. Intel LGA1366 heatsinks in the labs at FrostyTech
  174. Spore goes Gold, can be yours on September 7th
  175. OCZ up the ante with Core V2 solid-state drive series
  176. CoolIT unleash Dual Drive Bay HD 4870 X2 cooler
  177. Lian Li roll-out alternative Xbox 360 chassis
  178. Microsoft to spill the beans on Windows 7 soon
  179. MacBook Air making the switch to 45nm, apparently
  180. Intel drops Centrino prefix in Atom branding
  181. Logitech to acquire earphone maker Ultimate Ears
  182. Nvidia's PhysX is quite CPU demanding, tests show
  183. Nvidia eagerly launch beta OpenGL 3.0 drivers
  184. Intel roll-out second generation Turbo Memory
  185. VIA to unleash small Mobile-ITX form factor next year
  186. AMD to bundle "Blizzard’s best games" with GPU's
  187. Nvidia demonstrates GPU ray-tracing at Siggraph
  188. July console sales fall, Wii remains victorious
  189. NZXT unveil Avatar high performing gaming mouse
  190. Super Talent unleash Pico D USB flash drive
  191. There's still life after Diablo 3, confirms Blizzard
  192. Intel's quad-core 2.33GHz Q8200 will retail at $224
  193. Anger mounts over Gmail downtime last Monday
  194. 51 GPU folding rig detailed, pictured in pretty pixels
  195. AMD exercise price drops on three Phenom chips
  196. Nvidia blame poor GPU sales, low prices for poor Q2
  197. Another Blue Screen of Death haunts the Olympics
  198. Intel's cheapest CPU is a dark horse - E1200 tested
  199. Developers enable DVD support on Nintendo's Wii
  200. LanParty JR P45-T2RS in stock at MotherboardPro
  201. PowerColor's HD 4870 PCS suffers from instability
  202. Crysis Warhead dated in North America, Europe
  203. Low-cost Atom is off to a flying start, claims Intel
  204. Logitech launch V550 Nano wireless mouse for Macs
  205. Mozilla wants you to re-design its Firefox browser
  206. Microsoft release biggest update in 18 months
  207. Intel to demonstrate USB 3.0 at IDF Fall, apparently
  208. American internet speeds compared State by State
  209. Blue Screen of Death projected at the Olympics
  210. AMD demonstrate Cinema 2.0 technology, again
  211. Diablo 3's Art Director resigns from Blizzard
  212. Asetek launch first liquid cooled Radeon HD 4870 X2
  213. FluidMark released, more PhysX benchmarks to follow
  214. Samsung helping Microsoft improve SSD's on Vista
  215. Nvidia's desktop parts are faulty as well, says Inquirer
  216. Nvidia officially introduce PhysX support on GeForce
  217. Intel slash Q9550 pricing, launch four new processors
  218. GPU-Z version 0.2.7 is now up for grabs
  219. Alienware equip three desktops with HD 4870 X2
  220. Dell's Latitude E-series laptops set out to impress
  221. Nvidia record poor revenue, $120 million net loss
  222. OpenGL 3.0 specification released, details noted
  223. Intel to update Q9550's stepping late next week
  224. AMD's 45nm Deneb tested, halves power consumption
  225. VIA announce plans to leave the chipset business
  226. Intel's E8600 overclocked to 6.70GHz with LN2
  227. AMD reclaims performance crown with HD 4870 X2
  228. Intel confirm Core i7 branding for Nehalem chips
  229. Far Cry 2 requirements revealed, not demanding
  230. iBUYPOWER launch Video Bot, Pro and Extreme PC's
  231. MSI release three 790GX equipped motherboards
  232. Thermaltake Spedo chassis previewed, showcased
  233. Microsoft's SQL Server 2008 hits RTM status
  234. Intel to market Nehalem as "Core i7", apparently
  235. Asus launch three-way SLI supporting 9800 GT
  236. Asus launch Eee Storage, Download services
  237. Mozilla to release Firefox 3.1 beta on August 19th
  238. Sparkle roll-out Calibre Fly graphics card cooler
  239. Nvidia announce celebrity attendances at Nvision
  240. OCZ release 8GB and 16GB memory for Intel's P45
  241. AMD unleash FirePro professional graphics cards
  242. Palit roll-out HD 4850 Sonic with dual-slot cooler
  243. More AMD 790GX chipset reviews hit the web
  244. Activision Blizzard lose and gain known titles
  245. Time Warner announce plans to split AOL in two
  246. EVGA unveil 9800 GTX+ Superclocked, SSC Editions
  247. Ultimate-series Eee PC's named, pixellated
  248. Logitech release DiNovo Edge Mac keyboard
  249. Microsoft show-off Dark Knight themed Xbox 360
  250. Grand Theft Auto IV for PC's arriving in November