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 Monday, 17-October-2005  16:30:30 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

The Inquirer tells us that AMD are getting set to drop the price of it's Opteron Range in the near future. Prices are set to drop at the end of the month.

On The Tech Report, an article all about AMD's future plans for CPU technology including the direction they plan to head in 2006 and beyond. "We still didn't get a roadmap update with product code names and target dates, but we did get a sense of what features AMD is planning to build into its CPUs in the coming months and years." Read it here.

Do you use Instant Messaging? Does it annoy you when the person you want to chat to happen to use a different IM network? The Tech Zone have an article all about it and what we can do to improve things. Also, with the VoIP market booming at the moment, maybe that is the better way to go? Ebay recently bought Skype who now see Microsoft as their rival.

Also on The Tech Zone, what makes a gamer A Gamer? Is it the social interaction or maybe the competition? Perhaps, like me, you just play games because its fun?

Hardware Secrets recently went on a tour of the Kingston Memory Factory in Fountain Valley USA. Click the link and take the tour yourself.

XYZ Computing have posted an interview with Tony Bove. Who is Tony Bove you ask? He's the guy who is just about to release a book titled "Just Say No to Microsoft". "With this book Bove intends to help readers rid Microsoft from their life- this is easier said that done, but it is certainly possible."

Hewlett-Packard have recently recalled 135,000 battery packs sold with notebooks shipped around the world from March 2004 to May 2005 after claims they were prone to overheating and catching fire. Read more here.

PENIS enlargement. All-natural Viagra. Small Cap investments. Sick of spammers filling up your inbox? Well, you can blame the Yanks. According to this article Australians receive more than 3 times more spam from the US than from any other source. Only three times?

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