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Infamous Wii "D2C" defeated with mod-chip!

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361w ago - To quote: We have received the new D2C photo that shows an incredible 30 wire connection, a really difficult wiring routine! The chip introduces a new technology that confuse the Wii reader, it don't modify RAM and all BCA are implemented.

Technical data:

30 wire connection
ACTEL processor, a must!!!
Direct Boot from Wii games (extreme compatibility, more than Wiikey)
Dirct boot for every GC game
Multiple disc support
Audio streaming for GC Games supported
Partial regional Patch (work on 80% of games)

This chip will cost around 37€
Relase date will be around 8 on October, preorder are still open on HARDSTORE.COM, first in Italy!

This Chip will be a limited edition on the first supply, the next one will arrive after 3 weeks
Be provident, next Wii supply will be D2C type in all Europe Wide so take it in store!!!
 

Spy charges for US computer duo

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361w ago - Two computer engineers in the US state of California have been charged with conspiring to steal microchip designs to sell to the Chinese military.

US citizen Lee Lan and Chinese national Ge Yuefei are accused of stealing computer chip designs from their employer Netlogics Microsystems.

The two are alleged to have formed a company to develop chips based on the stolen designs.
 

Big future beckons for tiny chips

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362w ago - The next step in the silicon industry's steadfast pursuit of ever smaller and faster chips has been unveiled.

Intel has shown off what it says are the world's first working chips which contain transistors with features just 32 billionths of a metre wide.

Their production means the industry axiom that has underpinned all chip development for the last 40 years, known as Moore's Law, remains intact.
 

Sony Denies Plans to Sell Chip Operations

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363w ago - According to the Associated Press, Japanese business daily Nikkei said Saturday that Sony was planning to shed costly semiconductor assets in a deal that could be worth about 100 billion yen ($870 million). Nikkei reported that an agreement could be reached in the next few months, allowing Sony to focus on audiovisual equipment instead.

Sony was said to be considering establishing a joint venture with Toshiba following any sale in order to ensure that there was a ready supply of chips for its gaming devices, specifically the PlayStation 3's Cell processor, which Sony developed in conjunction with Toshiba and IBM. Sony Computer Entertainment could even secure a minority stake in any venture, it was reported.
 
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