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Europe proposes global data protection laws

The Council of Europe has proposed a revised convention on data protection, which the majority of European countries will be obliged to follow. We interviewed Sophie Kwasny, secretary to the Consultative Committee of the Council of Europe data protection convention, about the proposals, the difficulties faced, and the potential impact on

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Cubitek Has Big Aluminum Case Plans for 2012

Cubitek wants to play in the big league of premium all-aluminum PC cases, targeting almost every consumer form-factor: ATX mid-tower, EATX full-tower, HPATX, micro-ATX, and even mini-ITX. All part of the company's new ICE series, these cases will be fabricated with extruded aluminum that's as much as 3 mm thick

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Intel Sandy Bridge-E Overclocking – Safe Voltage Ranges, Quad Channel Kits, Thermal Solutions and LN2 Temperatures

With the release of Sandy Bridge-E today, budding overclockers will once again need to familiarize themselves with a new architecture and platform - starting with official safe operating voltages to run the chips, Quad Channel XMP 1.3 memory kits, bundled air/water thermal solutions for the new LGA 2011 socket and optimum

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GeForce 600M launching December 6th

NVIDIA is preparing to debut the GeForce 600 generation on 6th December, with mainstream mobile GeForce 600M GPUs. First in line will be GeForce 610M, GeForce GT 630M and GeForce GT 635M. If these names sound familiar, it is because they were leaked in a beta driver last month. However,

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Exclusive Look at G.Skill RipjawsZ Quad-Channel Kit

In exactly a week's time from now, Intel Sandy Bridge-E HEDT (high-end desktop) platform will be upon us. But November 14 isn't a big day just for Intel and its three new processors, but an entire ecosystem of manufacturers and products that are designed for Sandy Bridge-E, including motherboards, memory,

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Foxconn Quantum Force X79 Motherboard (Final) Pictured

Here are the first pictures of the Foxconn Quantum Force X79 in a form that’s almost ready for market. Quantum Force is Foxconn’s brand that targets the “gamer-overclocker” market, the same one that ASUS’ Republic of Gamers, Gigabyte’s G1.Killer, and ASRock’s Fatal1ty Professional motherboards target. Foxconn also has a knack

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