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    Gigabyte Also Rolls Out the J1900N-D3V Mini-ITX Motherboard

    This solution is Bay Trail (Silvermont cores) based, right? Wait for Cherry Trail (Airmont cores) based one. They're going to beef up the EUs on the IGP...End of 2014. (It was to be in September, but it has been pushed back to November. Issues with 14nm process node?)
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    AMD Passes On Catalyst 14.1 beta to the Press, Public Release Shortly

    This linked article shows why the driver has been delayed... => http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_mantle_preview,1.html
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    ASUS Eee Box Sheds its Fans

    In Australia for about AUD$500. That's with... * 4GB RAM * 500G HDD * Wireless Keyboard and Mouse * Windows 8.1 (64bit) All you need is a monitor.
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    ASRock Z87-Extreme4 First Windows 8 Certified 8-series Motherboard

    ALL manufacturers pay Microsoft to attain "Windows XXX Certified" or "Designed for Windows XXX". If you haven't gone through this process like I have, (when I used to work for a hardware company), I suggest you keep your ignorance to yourself. :slap:
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    Axiomtek Announces MANO873 Mini-ITX Socket LGA1155 Motherboard

    @RaZZ3R Axiomtek's target market is the industrial computer and embedded field. It is not the consumer market; where the trend is to push and remove legacy connections or features. The industrial/embedded market is very conservative in its approach to computing. Its primarily about...
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    ASRock Z87-Extreme4 First Windows 8 Certified 8-series Motherboard

    Basically, getting a Windows certification involves a manufacturer paying a fee to Microsoft for them to test the manufacturer's hardware under a specific Windows version. So in this case, a Windows 8 Certification involves ASRock paying Microsoft to test and make sure everything functions...
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    One Laptop per Child Association to Release Three New Products at CES

    No it isn't. Firstly, I haven't said a damn thing about fat Americans. In fact, I have NOT mentioned America at all. Next, I didn't mentioned anything about Africans either. ...BOTH of these are YOUR interpretation and presumptions. What I'm talking about is this issue of throwing...
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    One Laptop per Child Association to Release Three New Products at CES

    What a load of marketing and public relations poppycock! There's no common sense here! The only way to help the poor is to teach them how to stand on their own feet. It is NOT by throwing technology and free money at them. Its to teach them self-sufficiency through practical skills and useful...
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    Intel Core "Haswell" Delayed till Computex 2013, No Show at CES

    Here's a hint about jokes. IF you need to explain and defend it, it isn't a joke...Don't give up on your day job. :nutkick: Says the one who hasn't got a damn clue about investments...And can't tell jokes either! :laugh: So according to you, using one's own money to create more money...
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    Intel Core "Haswell" Delayed till Computex 2013, No Show at CES

    :wtf: ...You really don't have a pulse on reality. I'm very glad you don't provide investment advice to anyone. :slap: (1) ARM is already here. They dominate the portable and embedded device markets. See all those tablets, smartphones, affordable embedded boards like Raspberry Pi, etc...
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    "NVIDIA is the Single Worst Company We've Ever Dealt With:" Linus Torvalds

    What an absolute load of nonsense. You clearly do NOT know the open community and the behaviour of companies it has to tolerate. Linus Torvalds does NOT run a business. He is a project leader for the Linux Kernel. He actually gets paid by other companies in terms of salary and shares. He doesn't...