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 on: November 09, 2010, 02:26:35 AM 
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 on: September 18, 2010, 09:52:32 PM 
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Heads-up Folks...

ICANN warns against government control of the Internet:  

Remarks by Rod Beckstrom
President and Chief Executive Officer
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
Opening Ceremony
Internet Governance Forum
Vilnius, Lithuania

14 September 2010

As prepared for delivery

I am delighted to be in Vilnius - capital of unique, historic and beautiful Lithuania, now a member of the European Union.

I begin my remarks with a simple reminder: the Internet works. Every minute of every hour of every day. The domain name system processes hundred of billions of transactions each day. More transactions than the world's financial markets, more than the telephone systems.

The fact that the Internet works is the ultimate tribute to the multistakeholder governance model. Governments could not do it alone.

The Internet has the power to transform the human experience. It enables communication on an unprecedented scale and is woven into billions of lives around the world. Its openness, its inclusiveness, its relative lack of regulation make it a fertile field for innovation and competition, an engine for much needed economic growth.

Why mention inclusiveness? Because everyone using the Internet should and must have a voice in its governance.

If governance were to become the exclusive province of nation states or captured by any other interests, we would lose the foundation of the Internet's long-term potential and transformative value.

Decisions on its future should reflect the widest possible range of views and the wisdom of the entire world community – not just governmental organizations.


 on: September 10, 2010, 04:13:56 PM 
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Hi Guys,

I'm new to the FZ forum, but I thought I'd share this interesting competition with you....


I'm not in the need of a new card, but some of you guys must be! Seems like a bit of a low end card tho...


 on: September 07, 2010, 02:51:57 AM 
Started by bugga321 - Last post by y eye

Google launching a Chrome OS tablet on Verizon:
 goes on sale November 26: Smiley

 on: September 07, 2010, 02:44:21 AM 
Started by shree2009 - Last post by bugga321
My friend just bought one and after having a play around with it myself it seems to be a quality offering, the price is very good also

 on: September 07, 2010, 02:39:09 AM 
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Hey guys,

Sorry haven't been very active of late due to long working hours, anyways i wanted to know your thoughts on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab ?

Will anyone be getting one ? i am somewhat in the market for something like this, i almost purchased the iPad last week but decided it was a tad expensive, now after reading through a Samsung Galaxy Review website i am thinking i might just splash out on one of these.

Th Galaxy Tab release date has been confirmed: http://samsunggalaxyreview.com/news/samsung-galaxy-release-date-confirmed.html and i think i can hold off until then, anyways i am interested to know if any of you guys will also be considering this product.


 on: September 05, 2010, 07:08:38 AM 
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 on: September 04, 2010, 08:02:27 PM 
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ten star product that could very easily add to the interest of the front page Smiley

What do ya figure?         Spam or Front-end Material

 on: August 28, 2010, 07:25:43 PM 
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 Today, 02:16 AM
Join Date: Feb 2009
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Originally Posted by Solarspirit 
I just came upon this today.
a while ago Fuad posted critisizing comments on Charlies bumpgate scandal article for being anti nvidia when he was actualy re-revealing the truth behind Nvidias Bumb gate scandal.
Fud now posted his own bull article laming on Amd's liano design saying it is K8 and obsolete and wont be able to compete with intels sandy bridge.

such as:

Sandy Bridge features Intel's second generation Core architecture, supports automatic overclocking and frequency adjustment for both CPU and GPU and K8 certainly doesn’t have that.

Thuban obviously already has a simulair turbo core feature moving it to another design should be quite possible but may not even be necessary.

I dont know what he thinks but i have no doubt that AMD's graphic core will be vastly superior to the something intel can only wish to come up with.
automatic overclocking igp's dont make much sense if they use a very poor and ancient architecture.
just until recently intels IGPs weren't even able to run the vista aero interface properly.
Let alone compete with something simulair as a radeon HD3870 or beyond in preformence.


yes it wont be the fastest chip out there but that isn't its goal it is to be a mid-range chip affordable/preformence ratio and power efficient for the masses.
Infact Liano is a very promising CPU+GPU solution especialy for notebook designs this is an epic win.
What is happening to Fudo? I know him well, and he is smart, but this stuff is, well, dumb.

That said - http://www.semiaccurate.com/2010/02/...nm-llano-core/

It is K10.xh, no question, but it is heavily massaged too. Fudo is dead wrong. He is also wrong on Sandy, but that is another story.


 on: August 24, 2010, 06:34:44 AM 
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