Monthly Archives: April 2007

Blackberry on Windows Mobile this Fall

According to this, Research in Motion (RIM) is working on the emulator to make Windows Mobile based devices to work like a Blackberry. I think the idea is simple, but not easy to be implemented. According to RIM, they are...
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Train Your Brain with Spb Brain Evolution

Spb has just launcher their new application (or game?). The idea is very interesting, to exercise your brain. Train your brain to reach another level, just like your muscle. Basically, Spb Brain Evolution is a puzzle game. It has 10...
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No Computex for NVIDIA?

According to here, NVIDIA will not participate in Computex Taipei that will be held on June 2007. They will maintain a display room (during Computex), according sources at the company. So, expect a demo from NVIDIA but not a booth....
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Tuning of the Day: Remove those Port Noise

I’m just listening the Sonic Gear Apocalypx A6, a mini bookshelf stereo speaker with one tube as buffer/pre-amp. I can’t see the tube inside, but I suspect the tube is 6N1P or similiar. I can’t get the tube information either...
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Onkyo SE-90PCI: A Real Audiophile’s Sound Card?

I’ve just received my Onkyo SE-90PCI from my friend at Singapore. Thanks bro :). Before I spend my time to mod it, I take some photos. Enjoy it. The photo of the Onkyo SE-90PCI. A simple, half PCI sound card....
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Creative Offers Their Chipset to 3rd Party Sound Card Maker? So, Welcome the Auzen X-Fi Prelude 7.1

It’s unusual to see Creative allows their competitor to use their chipset, but they just did that! My friend contacted me and informed a new product from Auzentech (Auzen), the X-Fi Prelude 7.1. Yes, it’s an Auzentech’s card but with...
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Luxeon Rebel: High Density Surface Mount LED

When I was searching for Luxeon datasheet, I found a new product, the Luxeon Rebel series. Quite interesting product, in terms of dimension and light density....
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Bluehost New Features: Simply Amazing!

I just check www.bluehost.com this morning to check my account. Suddenly, I was stunned with its new feature. See below. The “BIG“ things are: 300 GB hosting space! 3.000 GB traffic! UNLIMITED domain! Amazing! I have used Bluehost for about...
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Oscars Motettkör: Cantate Domino

Artist: Various (Oscars Motettkör and friends) Album: Cantate Domino Publisher: Proprius Records PRCD7762 Recording Technology: – About this album: This is a nice album for Christmas (though perhaps not all are the Christian’s song). Recorded by Bertil Aving in 1976...
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Low Jitter Clock for Your Player

I want to upgrade some of my audio equipment. Some of them are my player and my sound card. After playing with PSU, opamp, capacitor, diode, etc, now it’s time to play with harder part, the clock. Every CD/DVD Player,...
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