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To produce stunning images of our galaxy like this, your rinky-dink smartphone camera just isn’t going to cut it. No, to generate 9GP masterpieces, you’ll need to use the world’s largest infrared survey telescope outfitted with the world’s largest infrared camera.
We didn’t see much of a difference between DirectX 10.1 and 11, but if you’re a Windows Vista user who did then be happy because DirectX 11 is now finally available through Windows Update. [DailyTech]
The bottom line is this: if you want to upgrade to Windows 7 from RC, you are going to deal with some crap.
Surely this is some kind of innocent SEO-related keyword slip, right? I mean, Microsoft definitely doesn’t want one of the biggest online retailers in the world billing it’s new OS as Windows Vista 7 Home Premium, right? Right?!
We finally received the official word on Windows 7 pricing. For the most part, people itching to upgrade immediately or buy a new Win 7 machine are in luck.
Oops! A leaked Best Buy memo manages to both trash-talk Vista as well as give out the details of Best Buy’s Windows 7 upgrade plans.
It’s impossible not to be at least a little impressed with the MacBook Air, but who can spend almost $US2,000 on that laptop? The solution? The MSI X340, a $US900 MacBook Air. And it’s a great idea…in theory…