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February 14, 2011 By Black Chip Software

Rocket Jock

Help Rocket Jock get home to Earth! Pilot your ship through dangerous space filled with alien ships. Compete with your friends and...

August 22, 2013 by

German government refutes Windows 'backdoor' claims

The German government says Windows 8 and TPM 2.0 chips, used in conjunction, can increase security but have the potential to reduce a user's control over software and hardware. The common-sense advice for government IT experts has been distorted by some observers into wild claims of "backdoors" or spying by the U.S. National Security Agency, or the Chinese.

December 14, 2010 By BitChip Software

BitChip MS Word Password Remover

BitChip MS Word Remover is a powerful tool to remove any password from protected MS Word documents. You can find many software...

July 10, 2011 by

Reproducing YouTube on Oracle Exadata

Increasing data requirements, especially unstructured information such as video, are going to relegate relational databases to the enterprise scrapheap, as an emerging breed of vendors chips away at traditional software powers.

August 29, 2010 by

Aussie PS3 mod chips banned till 31 Aug

Australia's Federal Court has slapped a temporary ban on a handful of local retailers selling or importing hardware, commonly known as "mod chips", that allows unauthorised software to run on Sony's PlayStation 3.

May 25, 2010 by

Intel officially (again) kills off Larrabee as a discrete graphics chip "in the short-term"

It was only about two weeks ago that Intel CEO Paul Otellini said that the rumors of its Larrabee graphics chips' demise were greatly exaggerated. Late last year the company said that it was yanking its hardware project and concentrating on Larrabee as a software platform, but Otellini suggested that details about the project were being rushed out to the public and basically we should stay tuned.

March 1, 2010 by

Next-generation Intel Classmate previewed at CeBIT

Intel previewed the latest reference design for its Convertible Classmate PCs today at the CeBIT trade show in Germany. Like most netbooks using the latest "Pineview" chips from Intel, the new Classmate will only see a nominal performance increase, but users should expect significant boosts in battery life and evolutionary improvements in design and software.


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