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Tuesday, 08 May 2007 15:25

Nvidia calls for Vista gadgets

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Graphics card
maker Nvidia has launched a competition where entrants
have to design gadgets for Windows Vista.

Visitors to the company’s website answer a short quiz and upload their
gadgets for their chance to win graphics cards and other tidbits.

Nvidia wants people to design mini-applications in html and JavaScript
and will select the winners on the basis of their usability, links,
design and use of NVIDIA and Microsoft elements.

Microsoft said that it is looking forward to getting a "bouquet of
gadgets" that it can use for Vista as a result of this competition.

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