New releases sneak out

While I was travelling last week two new product releases ‘snuk’ out. Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio 2008 and XNS Games Studio 3.0. Both now supporting the VS 2008 products which makes for a more comfortable environment on Vista. Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (MRDS) 2008 has some important changes to licensing as well as exciting feature…

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Modding the Acer Aspire One

My experience of Windows 7 on the Acer Aspire One continues to be highly satisfactory and I’ve turned to exploring how I can customise the machine. I first looked at memory – I only have 1Gb, and the device can support 1.5Gb. With 512Mb soldered into the motherboard only one socket is available to upgrade….

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Xbox Live turns into ‘entertainment hub’ – USATODAY.com

I’m lucky enough to be part of the beta group for this new look to Xbox 360. Take a look at the detail and screen shots in this report in USA Today to see what you going to get come 19th Nov. Its awesome 🙂 Xbox Live turns into ‘entertainment hub’ – USATODAY.com

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Ferrari are using Windows HPC supercomputer

Not so long ago I blogged the launch of the Cray CX1 – a supercomputer from the father of supercomputers that was running Windows. The BBC have the story that Ferrari are using this system: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/click_online/7715249.stm Not sure the CX1 comes fashionable red…

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