Doom Scheduled to be in theaters Aug. 5 2005
When the home-computer game “DOOM” was first launched in 1993, no one could have forseen the legion of fans it would create and the mania surrounding its every new permutation.
Now, the game that made history is jumping from computer screens to the motion picture screen: get ready for Doom. Set countless years in the future and told in the hyper-kinetic, kamikaze style that made its gaming predecessor a global phenomenon, the science fiction action adventure Doom takes the viewer to the far corners of the galaxy with a fully-realized vision of a dark and disturbing future.
Doom will serve as the feature film directorial debut of Enda McCallion, and is based on the id Software and Activision video game “Doom 3”
VIA Announces Adoption of K8T890 chipset by Worldâ€™s Leading Motherboard Manufacturers
Nvidia aims to take lead in K8 chipset market with nForce 4 MCP
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“Power Color” RADEON 9550 Selling as RADEON 9600 PRO
Graphics cards maker Tul Corp. may face denunciation from customers and distributors as at least some graphics cards with the Power Color brand-name made by the company use different graphics processors than they should. The company denied that the boards were made at Tul Corp.s factories, which may mean that a third-party company made a number of fake graphics cards under with Power Color brand-name on the boxes.
Get the full scoop at xbitlabs.com.
DETROIT–Ford Motor plans to announce on Monday that it will offer Sirius Satellite Radio in more of its cars and trucks and that it will begin installing the satellite radio systems at its factories for the first time.
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Has Howard Stern started the end of terrestrial radio as he claims?
I know Ill be there on the debut of his 1st satellite broadcast!
The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers announced Monday that it has reached a $1.7 billion deal with the Radio Music License Committee to give stations the ability to legally stream their on-air content over the Internet. Continue reading Music publishers sign mega-deal on Web radio
Released Oct. 14th the newest ATI Catalyst driver 4.10
One of the 3 new feature:
CATALYSTâ„¢ A.I. allows the driver to intelligently analyze applications and textures to maximize graphics performance and enhance stability while delivering the absolute highest visual quality.
As with most CATALYSTâ„¢ releases performance has increased in various situations. The following performance gains are noticed in the game Doom3
Performance improves 5 to 8% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ 9500 PRO product
Performance improves approximately 5% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ 9600 XT
Performance improves 5 to 9% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ 9700 PRO
Performance improves 4 to 6% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ 9800 PRO
Performance improves approximately 4% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ 9800 XT when using higher resolutions
Performance improves 3 to 14% on the ATI RADEON X800 PRO
Performance improves 5 to 8% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ X800 XT
Performance improves approximately 3% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ X300 product
Performance improves approximately 4.4% on the ATI RADEONâ„¢ X600 product
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Shock jock Howard Stern is headed to satellite radio, where listeners will have to pay to listen to him.
Stern and Sirius Satellite Radio have announced a five-year deal beginning January 2006.
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Yea, but does this mean he is out from under the control of the FCC? If so, isnt that a good thing for Stern? Ed.