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#1118| source: by crossbow on Thu Nov 21 2002 
ATI Releases Next Gen Workstation Cards
The FIRE GL X1-128MB will be available in December 2002 with a suggested retail price of USD$795. The FIRE GL™ Z1 will be available in January 2003 with a suggested retail price of USD$595. For more information on the FIRE GL X1-128MB and FIRE GL Z1, please visit

#1117| source: Anandtech by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Comdex Fall 2002 Coverage Day 2
Anandtech's Day 2 Coverage
#1116| source: Anandtech by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Comdex 2002: Cooling Part I
Anandtech's Coverage of the latest Cooling options at Comdex 2002
#1115| source: Guru 3D by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Detonator Destroyer v1.2
Detonator Destroyer is the only tool that completely removes detonator drivers from your Windows 95 (All versions),Windows98,Windows 98SE,Windows ME system. It removes all versions of detonators from 6.XX up! - Support for 2000 and XP coming!
#1114| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Windows Media Encoder 9 RC
Windows Media Encoder 9 RC is a powerful tool for content producers who want to take advantage of the many innovations in Windows Media 9 Series-including high-quality multichannel sound, high-definition video quality, new support for mixed-mode voice and music content, and more.
#1113| source: Nvidia by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Unreal GeForce FX Tech Movie
Monday's NVIDIA GeForce FX press conference at Las Vegas's Comdex can now been seen through a streaming media format.
#1112| source: xfxforce by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
XFX Supports 64-Bit AMD
XFX has just announced its full compatibility with the upcoming 64-bit processors from AMD.
#1111| source: Reuters by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
IBM Self-Fixing Computer Software
International Business Machines Corp. IBM on Wednesday said it will begin selling new versions of two software products based on autonomic computing, advancing the industry's goal of creating technology that can take care of itself. On Thursday IBM will begin selling a new version of its database software, DB2 Version 8. On Nov. 26 the company will release its WebSphere Version 5, middleware software that forms the foundation on which programmers build and run their applications. Both products incorporate the goals of Autonomic Computing, which aims to create computer systems that need less human intervention.
#1110| source: CNN Tech by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
Flashier cell phone games duke it out
Video games are the guilty pleasure of having a cell phone. Even a ridiculously simple game like Snake can be powerfully addictive. Before you know it, you've been staring at your phone's screen and hammering at its little keypad for half an hour
#1109| source: Microsoft by maximum3d on Thu Nov 21 2002 
MS bug exposes millions to attack
The vulnerability, found by security company Foundstone and confirmed by Microsoft, could allow an Internet attacker to take over a Web server, spread an e-mail virus or create a fast-spreading network worm. The flaw affects IIS Web servers using the Microsoft Data Access Component (MDAC) to talk to a database. Servers running the latest software, MDAC 2.7, are free from the security hole, as are servers on which an administrator has run the IIS Lockdown Tool, an application that helps secure systems. Windows computers, except those running Windows XP, are also vulnerable if Internet Explorer 5.01, 5.5 and 6 are present, as they also use the data access component. However, attacks on such systems are harder to accomplish.

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