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 Sunday, 4-July-2010  12:28:41 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Quite a few people sent word of this new flying car from Terrafugia. Terrafugia’s award-winning MIT-trained engineers have been advancing the state-of-the-art in personal aircraft since 2006. Now you can streamline your flying experience with the revolutionary integration of personal land and air travel made possible by the Transition® Roadable Aircraft. Discussion here.

ITNews have photos and info on Microsoft's security war room, thanks Kosta. There's a framed photograph of Harvey Keitel as Pulp Fiction's Winston Wolf, the fixer who remains calm in a crisis as others panic. Next door is the Emergency Communications Team War Room, separated by a collapsible wall.

XbitLabs compared some new SSDs. This roundup is going to cover several new SSDs: an inexpensive Intel X25-V, updated Kingston V Series drive and a couple of products from Western Digital.

They also checked out some HTPC video cards. Nowadays almost all modern graphics processing units can easily decode high-definition Blu-ray disc movies almost flawlessly. However, the question is whether the quality of their HD video playback is truly high. In this article we are checking out video quality playback of contemporary graphics cards for HTPCs in HQV 2.0 tests and also glance at CPU load during BD video decoding as well as check out power consumption of graphics boards.

EnglishRussia show us the workings of a television factory. Have you ever been interested in television set manufacture? Today you have a chance to know how your best friend was produced.



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