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TechReport Review is Favorable  *Tuesday January 03, 2017 @08:18PM  2
   attached to Intel Core I7-7700K Kaby Lake Review By Ars Technica: Is the Desktop CPU Dead?
Re:Doorbell button  *Friday May 13, 2016 @08:13PM 1 1
Re:Pointless  *Friday May 13, 2016 @08:11PM  1
   attached to Amazon Introduces $20 Dash-Like Button For IoT
HUBSAN X4 H107C-HD Quadcopter with 2MP Video Camer  *Friday November 28, 2014 @03:25PM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Best Drone For $100-$150?
Re:Just give me 1200P   *Saturday June 01, 2013 @04:52AM  1
Sharp PN-K321 will disappoint  *Saturday June 01, 2013 @04:48AM  1
   attached to 4K Computer Monitors Are Coming (But Still Pricey)
Verizon hates iPhone because it costs more  *Sunday May 06, 2012 @02:53AM  1
   attached to Why Verizon Doesn't Want You To Buy an iPhone
Re:Evidence shows another thing?  *Monday January 02, 2012 @10:47AM  1
   attached to Insiders Call HP's WebOS Software Fatally Flawed
Large organizations don't care about efficiency  *Tuesday December 02, 2008 @12:06AM  2, Insightful
   attached to Avoiding Mistakes Can Be a Huge Mistake
Only 8GB of RAM per node/blade  *Tuesday October 21, 2008 @10:55AM  2, Informative
   attached to Cray's CX1 Desktop Supercomputer, Now For Sale
Re:Back when there was only fat16, ntfs, ext2 used  *Monday October 20, 2008 @09:02AM  1
   attached to Ext4 Advances As Interim Step To Btrfs
Live WiMax test in Baltimore!  *Tuesday September 30, 2008 @11:06AM 1 4, Informative
   attached to WiMax Is Finally Coming — Here's How It Performs
Re:Myself?  *Friday February 15, 2008 @05:07PM  1
   attached to Toshiba Making Funeral Plans for HD DVD
Re:What the ...  *Friday September 08, 2006 @11:54AM  1
   attached to Microsoft's High School Opens in PA
Re:US Has a History of Losing Standards  *Tuesday August 01, 2006 @03:16PM  1
   attached to HD DVD vs Blu-ray Direct Comparisons
What about purify?  *Wednesday October 12, 2005 @07:39PM 3 2, Informative
   attached to IBM Donates Parts of Rational to Open Source
Google Earth vs. NASA Worldwind  *Tuesday May 31, 2005 @03:59PM 1 1
   attached to Google Releases Earth to Beta
Re:3 PS3s  *Tuesday May 17, 2005 @11:06PM  1
   attached to 512MB GeForce 6800 Ultra Reviewed
Re:that is a typo  *Friday March 04, 2005 @10:26PM 1 2, Interesting
   attached to Intel 6xx Series Reviewed and Benchmarked
Re:About TiVo  *Tuesday February 22, 2005 @01:40PM 2 1
Good enough is all people will pay for  *Tuesday February 22, 2005 @01:30PM  1
   attached to Can TiVo be Saved?
Re:For the pirates...  *Saturday January 15, 2005 @11:39AM 1 1
   attached to Two Reviews of Microsoft AntiSpyware
This is a problem with glibc  *Sunday November 21, 2004 @06:55PM  3, Informative
   attached to Linux Kernel to Fork?
Re:SATA vs SCSI  *Wednesday November 03, 2004 @02:33AM  1
   attached to Latest SCSI Drive Reviewed

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