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Nintendo Trying to Counter Wii Mod Chip - PCstats.com Nintendo Trying to Counter Wii Mod Chip
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Nintendo has changed the circuit layout of its Wii console in order to block the mod chips. WiMAX development has cooled down significantly. Acer is getting its AMD Rev F servers added to the line up.

Acer plans to add blade servers and AMD Rev F Opteron-based servers to its x86 server line-up this year, possibly allowing the company to widening its lead with China-based server makers Lenovo and Langchao in terms of market share and shipment volumes, according to sources at server makers.

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