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#997| source: by maximum3d on Thu Oct 31 2002 
A review on the latest celeron.
#995| source: CDR Labs by maximum3d on Thu Oct 31 2002 
Sony DRU-500A Dual RW DVD+RW
This is a review on Sony's new DVD+RW. This is one nice DVD hybrid burner and looks to be the best consumer grade DVD burner on the market currently.
#994| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 31 2002 
Sweet Water Cooled Rig
Engineers make the coolest water cooling rigs. This is an incredibly efficent, cool looking, and cool running system. Did I mention its DEAD silent?

#993| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 31 2002 
Intel Gets Itanium Sales Barred
Intel gets punched in the face by a US District court. Wondering whose going to win the Intel vs AMD 64 bit war?

" U.S. District Court judge barred Intel Corp. from the manufacture and sale of its most powerful microprocessor, but immediately suspended the order to allow the chip maker to appeal the ruling."

If the appeal Itanium 4 You!
#992| source: by crossbow on Thu Oct 31 2002 
The Ars System Review
Ars-technica finally updated their "whats cool to have" list of system components, just in time for christmas. Give it a look over if your looking for ideas on components for system building.
#991| source: Zoom Player by maximum3d on Wed Oct 30 2002 
Zoom Player v2.90 RC1
Zoom Player is a robust Media and DVD Front-End Player. Zoom Player was designed to be simple at first glance while being remarkably dynamic and flexible when used to it's full potential.
#990| source: `Forbes` by maximum3d on Wed Oct 30 2002 
AOL removes wall between AIM and ICQ
AOL Time Warner Inc said it is testing ways for users of its popular AIM instant messaging service to chat with those using its ICQ service, largely due to the growth of ICQ in AOL Europe. The move marks the company's first step in letting the two largest messaging services communicate with each other.
#989| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Wed Oct 30 2002 
Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4) beta program
The Windows Sustained Engineering team is currently taking nominations for the Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 (SP4) beta program.
#988| source: by maximum3d on Wed Oct 30 2002 
Home robot can entertain the kids
The robot uses the owner's home computer and Internet connection to answer questions or help a human shop online. All data transmissions between the machines are wireless, so the robot is still free to roam the house. The robot can also upload everything it hears and sees to the Internet. Say you're staying late at work and want to make sure your kids are doing their homework, Xie said. You can direct the robot around your house, find your kids and check up on them by viewing the robot's video online. hen the first batch of the robots is released next year they'll likely cost between $1,500 and $3,100.
#987| source: ZD Net by maximum3d on Wed Oct 30 2002 
Dell's USB Key replaces floppy
Dell will offer a 16MB version of the USB Key device in place of a floppy drive for customers who opt to pair it with one of two Inspiron notebook models. The device uses flash memory and works by plugging into a PC's USB port. When connected, it appears on a computer's desktop as a removable hard drive, allowing people to drag and drop files for storage or to move them to another computer. When not in use, it fits easily into a shirt pocket.

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