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The Daily VR-Zone News Summary – 3 December 2010

In today’s news, AMD’s hexa-core Phenom II X6 1075T gets reviewed, IBM developers prototype chip which communicates optically; XBox modding trial gets thrown out in court, Microsoft announces plans for its upcoming Silverlight 5 technology; Final Fantasy XIII wins platiunum award and Gran Turismo 5 gets reviewed.

Hardware news:




Corsair Gaming Series GS800 Power Supply Review at Overclockers Online

IBM Develops Prototype Chip with On-Chip Optical Interconnection

Rambus lawyers bored… decide to sue the world

Intel and Nvidia will settle a patent case

Consumer electronics and software news:

Sharp GALAPAGOS media tablet launching in Japan

Mode dial locking modification for Canon EOS 5D Mark II and EOS 7D DSLR cameras

In Soviet Russia, MeeGo Handsets Run Atom

Is Google building an “Emerald City” ?

ASUS announces world’s thinnest notebook with standard-voltage processor, the U36

3G watches releases a new phone-watch with an OLED display, camera, MP3/4 player and more

Prosecutors dismiss Xbox-modding case mid-trial

Silverlight 5 beta will be available sometime in 2011 H1 

Gaming news:

Final Fantasy XIII Wins Platinum Award at PlayStation Awards 2010

Ubi Gives Michael Jackson the Horn

Gran Turismo 5 For Playstation 3 Reviewed

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