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August 24, 2001 By Electronic Arts

Madden NFL 2002

For the 12th year in a row, Madden NFL Football brings bone-crushing, ultra-realistic gridiron action to your PC. The newest version...

January 21, 2005 By EA Sports

NASCAR SimRacing

EA Sports presents the new standard in NASCAR PC racing: NASCAR SimRacing. Created by NASCAR veterans and tested by NASCAR Nextel Cup...

November 26, 2002 By Industrial Control Electronics

Fun Factory

From the developer: "A selection of fun and games educational software for young children learning about the PC computer. The games...

June 1, 2011 by

Can ReRAM replace flash?

Panasonic's plans to commercialize ReRAM starting this year puts this NVRAM technology in front of the race to replace NAND flash. What is ReRAM and why is it better than flash?

May 4, 2011 by

Why Intel's 22nm technology really matters

Intel's 22nm announcement was no surprise--the tick-tock of Intel's technology continues. What is surprising, however, is how Intel got there: The 3-D transistors are a break from the planar transistor used in integrated circuits since the 1950s.

April 10, 2011 by

IBM clocks graphene transistor at 155GHz

IBM has demonstrated a new super whizzy graphene transistor, clocking in at 155GHz, up from the 100GHz it benched last year.The breakthrough was made possible because the transistor was set on a substrate of "diamond-like carbon", itself layered on a commercial silicon wafer.

October 20, 2009 by

Global cyberwar: Installed in your PC at home, the office and government

The defending nation doesn't even get an email declaring war; it just starts with a click of a mouse button or set of instructions sent by a cell phone. This type of war is becoming easier to wage with less sophistication or rationale. The debate within the U.S. Government is over: It wants to ensure that a Cyber war can be won and defeated if attacked.

May 1, 2009 by

Hands on: Windows 7 'XP Mode'

Over the past few days a huge number of electrons have been inconvenienced to bring you news about a new Windows 7 feature called XP Mode. In this post I'm going to take a closer look at this technology and what you need to make it work for you.

October 7, 2008 by

Scammers introduce ATM skimmers with built-in SMS notification

The bust of the notorious ATM scammer going under the handle of Cha0 in early September, once again puts ATM skimming in the spotlight. Among the main insecurities scammers face while embedding an ATM skimmer, is the retrieval process of the device that is now containing the credit card details of several hundred people depending on the volume of transactions that occurred while the device was in place.

June 16, 2008 by

Red ring of death is closer than you think

It can seem hard to believe that a company with all the resources of Microsoft can make make a billion-dollar mistake with a small chip-design fault. Yet chip design is not an exact science and Rupert Goodwins, who has been there himself, details how it can go horribly wrong.

June 16, 2008 by

Microsoft is not alone in chip woes

It can seem hard to believe that a company with all the resources of Microsoft can make make a billion-dollar mistake with a small chip-design fault. Yet chip design is not an exact science and Rupert Goodwins, who has been there himself, details how it can go horribly wrong

April 9, 2008 by

Elementeo, a game for learning chemistry

At the 235th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in New Orleans, Anshul Samar, a 14-year-old CEO, has introduced Elementeo, a trading card game intended to teach chemistry while having fun. The game is based on a 121-card deck of chemical elements, compounds and catalysts. And players have 'to reduce the opponents electrons to zero through strategic use of each card's chemical properties.' If this young CEO can find $500K during the ACS meeting, the game should be available at the end of the month for about $25. But read more...

July 17, 2007 by

Samsung Q1 Ultra

Samsung has undoubtedly improved the design of the Q1 Ultra, which is a sleeker and more usable device than its predecessor. Unfortunately, Windows Vista's heavy footprint more than cancels out the hardware improvements, leaving this a seriously underpowered system.

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