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#1356| source: www.tech-report.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
10,000 Rpm...Harddrive, not Rotary.
Dr. Damage and the gang do some serious spinning and try and figure out what differences 10,000 rpm drives have between each other. Numbers are numbers folks...never a true indicator of performance.

#1355| source: www.tech-report.com by crossbow on Wed Jun 11 2003 
DDR400...Banking on a Dual Channel
Anand takes a dive into the i865/i875 chipsets and finds out which ram types work best. A great read if your looking to find the most stable solution for your new boards.
#1354| source: http://www.pcnineoneone.com by maximum3d on Tue Jun 10 2003 
Securing Wireless Networks
This article describes a number of these risks to illustrate the importance of securing a wireless network, as well as the easy steps how to do so.
#1353| source: http://www.envynews.com by maximum3d on Tue Jun 10 2003 
Crucial Gizmo! 128MB
Envy News has published a review of Gizmo! USB 2.0 Flash drive. (This thing is fast)
#1352| source: http://www.monkeyreview.com by maximum3d on Tue Jun 10 2003 
Samsung LTM295W 29" LCD Monitor/TV
The contrast ratio of 600:1 is amazing, and takes the cake for being the highest I ve seen to date here with the site. I was pleased to see a more than acceptable brightness level of 450cd/m2. The response time isn t anything to snuff at, standing at 22ms. For viewing angles everyone should be pleased with 170/170 (W&H). The last mention is the pixel pitch which sits at .4935(h) X .4935(w). The optimal resolution while in PC use is 1024 x 768 @ 75Hz although the maximum is 1280 x 768 @ 75Hz.
#1351| source: http://www.xbitlabs.com by maximum3d on Tue Jun 10 2003 
NVIDIA NV40 to Come This Year
Since the NV35 is nearly in retail now and we know almost everything about the part, it is time to start reporting unofficial information about NVIDIA's next-generation graphics processor, the code-named NV40 GPU.
#1350| source: http://news.com.com by maximum3d on Tue Jun 10 2003 
Microsoft cables new TV tech
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, speaking at the opening session of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's annual trade show, outlined his company's new software for bridging cable television and interactive digital technology. Microsoft TV Foundation Edition, for use by cable operators with their existing hardware and network systems, is designed to offer cable TV viewers features like video on demand and advanced parental screening.
#1349| source: http://www.anandtech.com by maximum3d on Mon Jun 02 2003 
Nvidia Back ontop with Fx 5900
Nvidia back at the top again with there upcoming FX5900 card. Not only does this make up for there horrible performance from there 1st set of FX cards they released but this card even owns the Ati 9800 pro. Check this article out too for some Doom 3 Benchmarks. Expect these badboys to hit the streets in Mid June at around $499 US and a 128 meg(cheaper)version the following month.
#1348| source: http://www.techspot.com by maximum3d on Mon Jun 02 2003 
Windows Online Security & Privacy Guide
TechSpot has published a Windows Online Security & Privacy Guide. This guide has been prepared to be aimed at Windows 2000/XP users, though a lot of the stuff contained also applies to earlier versions of the OS, in addition to Internet Explorer & Outlook Express.
#1347| source: http://zdnet.com by maximum3d on Mon Jun 02 2003 
Sony sets movies to self-destruct
According to Japanese newspaper Nikkei Business Daily, the company's So-net Internet service provider will soon trial the service in Japan. Many digital content providers currently use encrypted streaming to prevent people from saving and copying movie files. The downside is that the quality of the video suffers, as it is reduced in size for Web transmission. In addition, people must stay online to view the feed.

 
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