ATI Makes a Move on the Mobile Market

"ATI Makes a Move on the Mobile Market"

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In a private deal, ATI has made a move by acquiring BitBoys Oy for €35.2 million (about $44 million). BitBoys is a 15-year-old company that has a lot of experience in the matters of wireless and embedded graphics solutions. Both companies feel it is a mutually beneficial deal, with BitBoys hoping to advance to the next step and ATI hoping to make their's the platform of choice. ATI Press Release

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01-05-2006, 06:07:05

watertown1978
Is there such a thing? I am using realVNC and when i viiew the other desktops from my main It really lagging it takes forever for things to show, and its horable when i try to watch F@H graphical . I also have tried ULTRAVNC and that to is also as laggy as the first. Even if I gotta pay a little money for the software to me it will be much worth it , its much easier for me to sit at my main and view other comps from my desktop instead of going to each one induvidually...to lazy i guess

01-05-2006, 06:10:59

Jim
I've never seen a non-laggy VNC. Try another remote desktop proggy mate.

If you are running windows on the host machine, i highly recommend RemotelyAnywhere.

You can control your PC via the web over port 80 (great for home pc access from behind a firewall).

Its also got LOADS of other neat stuff....

01-05-2006, 06:26:12

watertown1978
[QUOTE=XMS]I've never seen a non-laggy VNC. Try another remote desktop proggy mate.

If you are running windows on the host machine, i highly recommend RemotelyAnywhere.

You can control your PC via the web over port 80 (great for home pc access from behind a firewall).

Its also got LOADS of other neat stuff....[/QUOTE]
Okay now The other comps all have windows XP PRO SP1 on them and my main has XP 64 bit can i use it with even difrent OS running as long as I install it on each comp?

01-05-2006, 09:04:48

Jim
Yep :)

01-05-2006, 09:29:02

Hyper
I use remote administrator to control my server in the house and Real VNC to help mates with pc problems etc.

01-05-2006, 10:18:24

Dav0s
i did use a non laggy one once, but cant remember what it was called, ill try and find out.

it might have been this one http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/products/remote_pc_fax/pca12/index.html

01-05-2006, 13:33:46

watertown1978
[QUOTE=Dav0s]i did use a non laggy one once, but cant remember what it was called, ill try and find out.

it might have been this one http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/products/remote_pc_fax/pca12/index.html[/QUOTE]
hrmmm for that price it better not have lag hahaha I would like something a bit cheaper

01-05-2006, 15:41:24

Toxteth O'Grady
Try logmein.com - free.

:cool:

TOG
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