Last day!!!

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Today is my last day in my current company. I’m going to miss everyone here. Danny, Paul, Max, Lin, Sam … … … Since i’m in IT industry i need to always update my skills, so i got to move on to another new environment to learn more, to see more, to try more, to improve my skill set, to … … …

英文不好, 写华文比较舒服. 嘿嘿.

真的有点舍不得, 将来有机会, 我们再次合作, 再次擦出更不一样的火花.

天下无不散的原席, 各位兄弟朋友我们就在此分手吧.
再会吧兄弟! 再会吧朋友!
我们要努力工作, 向美好的将来奋斗!

CNet Review: Top 10 worst products

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1. Microsoft Bob
2. CueCat
3. DigiScent iSmell
4. PocketMail
5. Furby
6. Windows Me
7. Xenote and the similar Sony E-marker
8. Flexplay
9. Audrey Web-surfing machine
10. VKB Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard

Source: CNet Asia

Dual Core goes mobile

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Ready for dual-core notebooks? The media certainly was. At Singapore Hard Rock Cafe, Gary Willihnganz, director of Marketing for Intel Asia Pacific, officially launched the platform for Asia formerly codenamed Napa and dual-core Yonah processors. In conjunction with the announcement, partners of Intel used this opportunity to showcase their latest notebooks based on the new technology.

The latest mobile technology was declared production-ready at CES 2006 in Las Vegas. Unlike its predecessor, the latest processor is split into two distinct product lines: The Core Duo and Core Solo. According to Intel, the Core Duo chip should deliver a 68 percent performance gain over the current Sonoma single-core processors and reduce battery consumption by 28 percent. By splitting computing tasks into two data streams, both processor cores are put to task which improves performance. The Core Solo chip is a cheaper single-core processor which handles data input in a single stream. At the same time, the chipset’s front side bus speed has been boosted to 667MHz for quicker information transfer.

With plans to ship over a million units of the latest chips worldwide over the next three weeks, the new platform looks set to storm the market this year. Intel claims that over 230 notebook based on the Napa platform are slated for release, with Acer and Powermatic likely to be first to market. As Hyperthreading applications are already in use, these software are able to fully utilize the dual-core processors. Users looking for a 64-bit processor need not wait long as Intel has plans to release a 64-bit-capable Yonah chip by mid of 2006.

Source: CNet Asia

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