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Monday Morning (16 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 11-June-2007  01:24:10 (GMT +10) - by Agg

NYT report on the world's youngest professional gamer. Victor weighs 56 pounds and likes to watch SpongeBob SquarePants at his home here on Long Island. He celebrated his 9th birthday last month with a trip to a carnival and a vanilla cake. He gets above-average marks in the third grade, where he recently drew a dragon for art class.

From mjcrow: Donít think this has been on the news page before, but Steam and ATI are giving away Free copies of Half Life 2 Lost Coast and Deathmatch to anyone who has or creates a Steam account and has an ATI graphics card installed in their system. More info here.

HardSpell have compared 15 video cards in DIRT: Colin McRae Off-Road. Not the best english but the pictures tell the story anyway.

From Christian: Hot on the heels of Pico-ITX, VIA are out to shrink their ITX form-factor even further with the announcement of Mobile-ITX at Computex 2007. Mobile-ITX dimensions are 7.5cm x 4.5cm compared to Pico-ITX at 10cm x 7.2cm . EPIACENTER.com have pictures and video coverage of a prototype device.

Shacknews have more Crysis movies for us to drool over. Two brief new Crysis movies have been released, showing off the visual differences between the DirectX9 and DirectX10 builds of the game. One clip features an Alien Hunter, the second movie takes place in the jungle.

From edj: Came across this the just this afternoon and I've been blown away by how fast and easy it is to use. It's utterly amazing. The main jist of it is you can type in the name of a place, this thing will go grab all photos it can find about that place, make a 3d map of the actual area and apply those photos to it ready for browsing - and bits of the photos that match other photos become links. Youtube video is here. And the most amazing thing is that you can actually USE it. Link to the online tech demo is here.

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