Approved iPad apps have started to show up on the iTunes preview site, which is great news, considering that the iPad should be reaching your doorstep soon. It shouldn’t be a big surprise to see that you aren’t able to find said apps on the iPhone/iPod touch’s App Store, nor do they seem to show up on the iTunes store. Judging from the names of the apps available, it seems that “HD” is the preferred way to show that the app is meant for the iPad. The list of apps for the iPad that have been approved so far include: Ammoin HD, Azkend HD, Flight Control HD, Grind HD, HD Recovery, Labyrinth 2 HD, NBA Hotshot HD, Numba HD, Plants vs. Zombie HD, Sparkle HD, Worms HD
The XFX Radeon HD 5830 is one of many new Cypress-based DirectX 11 video cards released by ATI partners in the last few weeks, to great anticipation in the marketplace. Each of the HD5830 cards was designed by the individual AIB partners and there really are no two that are alike, except for minor variations sold side-by-side by a few companies. The high clock rate of the HD-5830 GPU, and its 2 billion plus transistor count, made this design a challenging one for many of the suppliers. The HD-583X-ZNFV graphics card from XFX uses some new power supply technology and a classic cooler design to simplify the Radeon 5xxx design a bit and cut costs, without sacrificing quality or performance. Benchmark Reviews has a retail sample in our lab; let's see how well XFX executed on their strategy.
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Hacker mastermind Albert Gonzalez was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court to two concurrent 20-year stints in prison for his role in what prosecutors called the “unparalleled” theft of millions of credit card numbers from major U.S. retailers.From Network World NetFlash