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A History of the Shrinking Game Console

After Sony's announcement of the PS3 Slim earlier this week, CNet took a look back at size-reducing hardware revisions over the past couple decades in console design, noting that they're gradually arriving sooner and sooner after the initial release. "Does that mean it'll creep even lower, into two-year or even yearly cycles between major revisions? Quite possibly, yes. It's worked very well with handheld gaming devices, and even some consumer electronics devices like iPods.

Which Web Browser And Why?

Stuck in a browser rut? Maybe it's time for a change.

Over the past year, every major browser has undergone an equally major revision. Sometimes the revisions are reflected to the left of the decimal point, sometimes to the right, but always with big changes in functionality, performance, and under-the-hood optimizations.

The results have provided the best crop of choices for Web browsing in a long time -- possibly since Firefox 1.0 appeared and made one's choice of Web browser a topic of serious competition once again.

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Microsoft now hiring employees for its retail stores

It was revealed in February of this year that Microsoft was to open its own retail stores across the United States. Although there had been speculation about just a move for a good while. The first two Microsoft retail stores are due to open soon in Scottsdale and Mission Viejo. And Microsoft is now hiring employees for those two stores.

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Q&A Video: PCIe x1 Card in a PCIe video card slot

Q&A Video: Mobo Supporting Multiple ATI/NVIDIA Video Cards

Q&A Video: LCD Technologies (TN, VA & IPS)

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Q&A Video: Best TV Viewing Distance, Height & Angle

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Q&A Video: SATA Jumpers

Q&A Video: Unboxing Videos

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Q&A Video: Mixing Different Brand Video Cards

Q&A Video: Active & Passive Cooling