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#764| source: Reuters by maximum3d on Tue Jul 16 2002
AT&T Wireless Offers Digital Mobile Phone Camera - AT&T Wireless Services introduced a digital picture service on Tuesday that will allow customers to use their mobile phone to take pictures and instantly send them to any e-mail address.
#763| source: ZDNet by maximum3d on Tue Jul 16 2002
MS details new Win XP edition - With Windows Media Center, Microsoft fulfills its long-standing wish to let consumers make their PC part of a home entertainment system. But it won't be compatible with older systems.
#762| source: MaxVision by maximum3d on Tue Jul 16 2002
MaxPac Portable / Transportable Workstations - Imagine a computer with the horsepower you need to perform serious analysis, engineering design, simulation, and animation. Now imagine that it's a portable workstation...
#761| source: AMD by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002,,51_104_543~36233,00.html
AMD Athlon XP processor 1800+ - AMD today introduced the high-performance mobile AMD Athlon XP processor 1800+ with QuantiSpeed architecture. The new mobile AMD Athlon XP processor 1800+ is priced at $335, in 1,000-unit quantities.
#760| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002;en-us;Q321178
DirectX 8.1 Programs May Stop Working on Computers with AMD - On computers with an AMD processor, programs that use Microsoft DirectX 8.1 may quit without displaying an error message.
#759| source: Apple by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002
Apple launches QuickTime 6 - The final version (download) of Apple's digital media software sees the light of day, a sign that a spat over MPEG-4 fees are over. Now there's only Microsoft's Windows Media 9 to worry about.
#758| source: Scoutch by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002
Hard Drive Companies Focus on Everything But GB - IBM is focusing it's developments on increasing drive speed from the average max of 10000 RPM's to 15000 RPM's. This will allow for faster data access and faster transfer speeds. If coupled with the new Serial connections (as compared to Parallel), they could boost access times to less then half a millisecond, and data access speeds to 800 MB/sec or more! Seagate has focused it's attention on the heads of the hard drive, and data corruption...
#757| source: The Inquirer by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002
ATI Radeon 9700 spec revealed - According to The Inquirer, The Radeon 9700 will be clocked at 315MHz for the high-end, retail version of the GPU and we expect to see OEM versions that will have a lower clock speed, depending on customers' demands. Other specs: 8 Pipelines, 107 million transistors, .15u technology, External power (a-la 3dfx), Four Vertex Shader units, Pixel/Vertex Shader 2.0 Support, VideoShader (accelerate MPEG video), 16X Anisotropic Filtering, ~15,000 3DMarks, 400 million poly/sec. throughput. ATI to scheduled to launch their RV250 and R300 graphics chipsets on July 17.
#756| source: The Inquirer by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002
Nforce 2 to beat Via's DDR 400 by 20% - The NFORCE2 chipset to be announced in the middle of next week has a claimed advantage over Via's DDR 400 chipsets of around 20 per cent, according to information from a Taiwanese mobo manufacturer who wishes to remain nameless.
#755| source: Hardware Unlimited by maximum3d on Mon Jul 15 2002
Mac case clone for PC's (Shots only)

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