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#1077| source: DigiTimes by maximum3d on Fri Nov 15 2002 
VIA said to delay KT400A & P4X600
VIA Technologies has reportedly decided to delay volume production of its KT400A and P4X600 chipsets from the fourth quarter to early 2003, according to sources at motherboard companies
#1076| source: Infosync by maximum3d on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Wireless IRC for the Nokia 7650
Germany-based mobileways has now released version 1.52 of WirelessIRC, an application which lets Nokia 7650 owners connect to IRC networks to chat and share files by means of DCC. As an IRC client, WirelessIRC allows users to connect to Internet Relay Chat (IRC) networks all over the world, where they can chat with thousands of other people that have connected either via PCs, mobile phones or handhelds. WirelessIRC provides menu shortcuts to most common IRC commands, and with version 1.52 offers users the option to send and receive files by means of a DCC relay proxy. Possible applications include taking a picture or recording a voice note, for then to send it to another person on the network. A free trial version of WirelessIRC 1.52 is available, while the full version of the application can be purchased for $9.95 USD.
#1075| source: ebn by maximum3d on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Group proposes 1066MHz PCI bus spec
The industry group behind the widely used PCI specification announced plans to extend the roadmap to support 1066MHz bus speeds. PCI-X 1066 will be developed as a backward-compatible follow-on to the recently announced PCI-X 266 and PCI-X 533 specifications, though the PCI Special Interest Group will consider adding new features such as enhanced power management, full isochronous support, redundant paths support, and modular form factors, according to the Portland, Ore.-based organization.
#1074| source: Wired by maximum3d on Fri Nov 15 2002 
MS Takes Hard Line on Security
Craig Mundie, who oversees the company's Trustworthy Computing initiative, told an audience Wednesday that in response to the threat of terrorist cyberattacks, Microsoft would deploy security fixes to its installed base of hundreds of millions of computers worldwide in the coming year -- even if those fixes break applications in use by customers.
#1073| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Linux utility site hacked, infected
CERT advised that a popular Linux download site, tcpdump.org, was hacked and recent downloads were infected with Trojan Horse code. Another in a string of similar attacks.
#1072| source: www.anandtech.com by crossbow on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Geforce4 Ti 4200 Mobile
Think your new Radeon 9000 Mobile is fast? Think again. Nvidia distracts everyone away from NV30 for a bit by slapping ATI in the face with a new mobile accelerator.

#1071| source: www.tech-report.com by crossbow on Fri Nov 15 2002 
New Dual AMD Boards?
Dr. Damage and the gang do some talking and chatting about possible replacements for the aging MPX chipset. With AMD putting their very soul into Hammer, the current Dual Platform is really starting to fall behind current technology trends on the market.
#1070| source: www.overclockers.com by crossbow on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Avoid the 3.06 P4?
Ed and the gang take a cold harsh look at Intel's new processor release, and point out that by the time it becomes affordable (50% of the price now) it'll be totally obsolete. Well er...ya guys. :)

#1069| source: www.ars-techinca.com by crossbow on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Silver Dragon Case Review
The Ars's guys got a hold of a antec designed case...only without the antec name. One of the best designed cases of all time, this is something to definitely check out if your looking for a new enclosure. Do note however, that chieftech makes the EXACT same case for less money.
#1068| source: www.hardocp.com by crossbow on Fri Nov 15 2002 
Nvidia DVD Player Trial
Nvidia has released a free trial (14 days) of their Hardware accelerated DVDplayer. If you've got a nvidia accelerator, it can't hurt to try it out...unless of course you don't have a dvdrom, then your just on crack.

 
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