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Gigabyte Launches H55 and H57 Series Motherboards

Gigabyte has announced motherboards based on Intel’ s latest H55 and H57 chipset. This chipset supports the latest Intel Core i3 and Core i5 LGA 1156 socket processors (codename Clarkdale) — that have an on-die integrated graphics and DDR3 memory controller. Highlighted features include SuperSpeed USB 3.0 support that promises a super-fast transfer rate of up to 5 Gbps; which is an improvement of almost 10 times over USB 2.0. Additionally, backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 assures users of long term use of their legacy USB 2.0 devices.
Along with that, Gigabyte also incorporates a technology by the name of 3x USB Power Boost; that touts to deliver greater compatibility and extra power for USB devices. Among an array of regular ports, these motherboards also have support for Display Port. A Dual BIOS setup recovers BIOS data when main BIOS has crashed or failed.
For those wanting to push their graphics performance to even higher levels, the Gigabyte H55/H57 series support overclocking of the GPU core frequency for a performance gain of up to 13 percent.

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Iphone – develop an application

As they say also on the apple web site http://developer.apple.com/iphone/

The iPhone Dev Center provides access to technical resources and information to assist you in developing with the latest technologies in iPhone OS. Log in with your Registered iPhone Developer Apple ID and password, or sign-up as a free Registered iPhone Developer today

you need an account to access iPhone SDK 3.1.2 and additional technical resources and information with your Registered iPhone Developer Apple ID and password, or sign up as a free Registered iPhone Developer today.
Knowing Apple has such a big repository your application should maybe bring something new.
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