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Here's something that opponents of restrictive DRM implementations aren't going to be too happy with: ZDNet is reporting that new copy-protection software for DVD publishers from a company called ProtectDisc not only makes it difficult to rip movies that you've purchased -- no surprise there -- but

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LG is going \"premium\" on their new line of AV Xnote lapsters, with Core 2 Duo across the board (topping off at the 2.16GHz T7400), and sizes from 12 to 17-inches. There's also some hefty 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon X1600 going on, along with 2GB max RAM, 160GB max SATA HDD, 5-in-1 card reader and

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As if you needed to spend any more time digging through YouTube's seemingly endless archive of crap quality videos, you can now while away the time from the comfort of your couch thanks to a new Windows Media Center plug-in from Push-A-Button Software. The plug-in itself looks to be as straight forw

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Even though summer has only barely begun, Gateway's eMachines is already looking ahead to the upcoming school year, having just announced five new Vista-ready desktops for the student on a budget. Starting at the \"top of the line,\" we have the T6536 (pictured, with optional monitor) and T6534, whic

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Well, we never really thought they'd have the guts to do it, but those kooky cats over at Dell just outted the XPS M2010 first seen at CES. It's not a laptop, it's not a desktop, it's, well, something in between which isn't always the best place to be. The XPS M2010 is pretty much spot-on to those

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Those of you who do the home theater thing from your PC and are for some reason unhappy with the free streaming service offered by Orb now have a new way of "slinging" your content to a remote computer with SageTV's Placeshifter add-on. The $30 software, which requires the $80 SageTV media

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We knew that shady Viiv spec had a few tricks up its sleeve, and apparently they involve completely pointless (well, rather pointed in this case) yet strangely mesmerizing form factors. The new pyramid-shaped Prysma Media Center PC from game PC manufacturer Maingear has support for the Viiv spec,

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