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#825| source: Yahoo by maximum3d on Wed Jul 31 2002
HP Introduces New Line of Photo Printers - Computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. on Monday announced new photo printers that it said produce better looking prints than a traditional photo lab.
#824| source: c|net by maximum3d on Wed Jul 31 2002
Camera makers unveil new media format - The new xD-Picture Card will be less than an inch square and will be capable of storage capacities of up to 8GB. The new format is seen as a replacement for SmartMedia, a storage format that Olympus and Fuji, along with memory makers Toshiba and Samsung, have championed.
#823| source: S3 Graphics, Inc. by maximum3d on Wed Jul 31 2002
Toshiba selects S3 Graphics' SuperSavage/IXc-166T - S3 Graphics, Inc. today announced that Toshiba Corporation has chosen the SuperSavage/IXc - 166T mobile graphics processor for its top-of-the-line Tecra 9000 series notebook computers utilizing the mobile Intel Pentium 4 processor.
#822| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Wed Jul 31 2002
DirectX 8.1b (Update 26 Jul 2002) - MS silently updated their DirectX 8.1b end-user redistributable. No word on what's new.
#821| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Wed Jul 31 2002
Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 FINAL
#820| source: by maximum3d on Tue Jul 30 2002
Windows PE revealed - One of the coolest and most unknown products Microsoft has released is called the Windows XP Preinstallation Environment, or Windows PE. In short, it's Windows XP-on-a-CD. You boot directly to a Windows XP GUI, which allows you to set up your computer to install Windows. This is a wonderful utility for those of you who regularly use DOS boot disks or Windows Setup to set up your computer for installation.
#819| source: c|net by maximum3d on Tue Jul 30 2002
Qualcomm to add Wi-Fi to phone chips - Qualcomm, which licenses cell phone designs to manufacturers and makes chipsets, is the latest company to begin merging cell phones with the Wi-Fi wireless networks, which create a powerful wireless zone of about 300 feet.
#818| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Tue Jul 30 2002
Drive maker Western Digital begins shipping a new drives with up to 200GB of capacity--a whopping 80GB more than found in most high-end consumer PCs.
#817| source: MSNBC by maximum3d on Mon Jul 29 2002
Linux poised to plug in USB 2 - Support for a faster version of USB in Linux is imminent, and will become a permanent part of the Linux landscape when the next version of the operating system rolls around. The upcoming 2.4.19 version of the Linux kernel-the core part of the Unix-like operating system-for the first time will include support for many USB(Universal Serial Bus) 2.0 features and devices.
#816| source: Tweaker's Asylum by maximum3d on Mon Jul 29 2002
The Tweaker's Asylum updated their Detonator Driver Database with scores from the new NVIDIA 30.00 Detonators, and the Omega 1042a, 1042b, 1080 drivers.

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