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 Monday, 16-December-2002  20:29:11 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

Theres not a lot from me today but heres what I have...

For the South Australians out there, a reminder that WonderLan is on this weekend. Only a few places are left so be quick.

SystemCooling have an article titled "Laser Goodness" where they check out things such as laser etched window kits and laser cut fan grills. Some nice looking windows there.

VIA have released a new motherboard. Better known for making the chipsets that go on the motherboard, VIA are now getting in on the act (well, they have been for a while). The VIA P4PB Ultra motherboard is reviewed on The Tech Report.

This on The Inquirer. "ENGINEERS AT IBM are expected to announce today that it has produced a 90 nanometer semiconductor ahead of Intel, which is expected to use the smaller process next year for its smaller and faster Prescott processors". Read more here.

ICANN, the organisation that oversees the Internet's traffic system, are set to announce some new address suffixes on to the net. Things like .museum and .pro are on the way. You can read more about it at Cnet.com.

An interesting article on News.com.au. Several top government departments are considering taking their business away from Telstra. And not for the reasons you might think!

And for todays flash game, the Spider Game. This one is very well done. I like it anyway.

Reviews.
Logitech Freedom 2.4 Cordless Joystick at Boogletech
Thermaltake GeForce4 VGA Copper Cooler on Hardware Accelerated
NexusTek CPU Cooler at Burnout PC
ASUS V9180VS GeForce4 MX440-8X at Beyond3D



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