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[8 Mar 2009 | 2 Comments | 3,661 supporters]
NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250

They say an elephant never forgets and a leopard never changes its spots. So it should come as no surprise then that NVIDIA, so fond of renaming, rehashing and rebranding their products, has gone back to its old ways. And we are disappointed. Before CeBIT, rumors were rife about a new NVIDIA SKU and many speculated that the graphics giant has finally managed to scale its high-end GTX 200 down a notch to create mainstream, entry-level variants of GTX 200 cards. On the other hand, there were also rumors that …

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[12 Jan 2009 | No Comment | 465 supporters]

The notion of a strong Linux-based competitor to Windows and, to a lesser extent, Apple’s Mac OS X has been an enduring dream of advocates of open-source software. They champion the idea that software that can be freely altered by the masses can prove cheaper and better than proprietary code produced by stodgy corporations.

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[13 Sep 2008 | No Comment | 746 supporters]

Geeks and regular people everywhere are complaining about Vista. There’s a great free Office Suite and a version created especially for audio, video and graphic enthusiasts. It’s free and lightweight. Interface, media capabilities and even gaming are now mainstream on Ubuntu. Who is to blame? Why isn’t Ubuntu number 1?
So why aren’t users
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