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Well the 2010 GOOC has been over for a little more than a day. We had intended to give you these images and numbers right after the event, but due to some delays in the actual event (power outage for some of the contestants) and a few other things.
With things going on the floor of the GOOC the contestants are working on getting their best scores for MaxMem, SuperPi, Wprime and Pifast.
The event has kicked off with all of the contestants drawing a number for the event and getting all of their gear setup.
Gigabyte's Open Overclocking Competition kicks off in about an hour from now. The contestants and media arrived yesterday and the preparations for the event have all been taken care of.
With intent to help connect Australians with political information and to encourage more participation online, Google is launching its "Google Election 2010" initiative on the 28th of this month which involves Federal politicians, Google engineers, the Australian Electoral Commission, students from local secondary schools, journalists and submitted YouTube videos with questions and/or comments.
The launch event will kick off with a welcome address by Karim Temsamani whom is the Managing Director for Google Australia and NZ. Following that, Google's election initiatives will be officially launched by Google Australia's Engineering Director, Alan Noble. From there will be an address by Kate Lundy, Senator for the ACT and member of the Australian Labor Party then it's onward to speeches by Joe Hockey, MP and Shadow Treasurer of the Aus Liberal Party and Mr Doug Orr, State Manager for NSW division of the Aus Electoral Commission.
Around 600 people voted on our previous poll and we asked you what was going to be hot at Computex Taipei 2010.
Now that the big Asian computer show is done and dusted for another year, it was clear to see what was hot and the big focus was on tablets.
Having noted that though, TweakTown readers voted in USB 3.0 motherboards and devices as being the hottest thing at the show with 34% of the votes. Second place went to tablets which took 26% of the votes and following closely in third place with 20% of the votes went to Google Android devices.
For the actual numbers, go here. In our latest poll, we want to know are you going to buy an Apple iPhone 4? Let us know! Please go here to vote!
COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - I am back home in the States but still have some Computex news bits to show you guys. First for this evening we have the GIGABYTE booth where the company was showing everything from motherboards and notebooks to server boards and servers.
When we hear GIGABYTE we think awesome desktop motherboards or even USB 3.0 these days but they have been making parts for the entire industry for many years now. Here we see one of the latest workstation boards built for dual Xeon processors and sixteen memory modules.
Making server boards is one thing but GIGABYTE also sells servers as well. Here we see two barebone servers that just need processors, memory and drives supplied by the customer.
COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - We are done and dusted for another Computex and it was actually my 10th year at the show. It is pretty funny to walk around the halls and have people continually ask when the booth babes video is going live.
Well to those folks and everyone else, the time has came. Here is our TweakTown Computex Taipei 2010 Booth Babes presented to you in lovely 1080p high definition. 22,774 frames of beautiful Taiwanese booth babes! Note that it will take a while before YouTube has it ready in HD.
We also uploaded some photos of the lovely ladies that you can view below or in our gallery section.
COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - On our last day on the show floor we found ourselves back at the A-DATA booth where Robert gave us an official interview discussing the new changes in its corporate identity.
We learn about the significance of the choice between the humming bird and its vibrant colors and more.
Thanks for the interview Robert and telling us about the new A-DATA.
COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - ... they gotta wear shades. Sometimes I just can't help myself but then again neither could NVIDIA today. Starting off a keynote speech asking for a moment to reflect on your technological achievements isn't a really bad way to kick things off, unless it's everyone's job in the room to already know everything you have accomplished.
Things have to be tough for the Green Team as of late and by starting off saying that we are going to look back only tells me you don't have a lot to say about your future. At that point I had a feeling it was going to be a show with a few prop tossed in. Here we see the NVIDIA CEO having a bit of a scripted conversation with ASUS' CEO. Not a bad prop to be able to call on.
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