29% of Windows Vista crashes caused by NVIDIA drivers

There’s a class action suit working its way through the courts to determine whether Microsoft changed the definition of “capable” to help Intel sell computers. But some of the documents released in the case are interesting in their own right. For example, Microsoft has a chart that lists identified causes of Windows Vista crashes read… Continue reading 29% of Windows Vista crashes caused by NVIDIA drivers

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United we stand

[lang_en]V8 Supercars Australia has announced the successful amalgamation of the two long-standing separate boards which had previously managed the sport with a majority vote by team owners on the Gold Coast yesterday (Thursday). read more | digg story[/lang_en]

V8s seek standalone Singapore event

[lang_en]V8 Supercars Australia has its eye set on a standalone Championship event in Singapore, not as a support category to the Formula One as first thought. read more | digg story[/lang_en]

No V8 championship race for AGP

[lang_en]For the foreseeable future, the V8 Supercar support event at the Australian Grand Prix will not count towards the Championship, that’s the message from V8 Supercars Australia. read more | digg story[/lang_en]

RNR goes greener

[lang_en]Twelve months after the V8 Supercar Championship Series initiated its carbon offset program, BioMax Fuels has joined forces with Tony D’Alberto and Rod Nash Racing to power the team’s transporters with clean, green biodiesel. read more | digg story[/lang_en]

Every team for itself

[lang_en]Ford Racing Manager Ray Price said the use of team tactics for Ford to win races – and ultimately the V8 Championship – would sanitise the sport. read more | digg story[/lang_en]

Fujitsu’s fresh start

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Red Bull plans to sell Toro Rosso

[lang_en]Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz has confirmed that the company plans to sell its junior team Scuderia Toro Rosso before 2010. read more | digg story[/lang_en]