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Tuesday Morning, Early (0 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 24-December-2002  01:48:32 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

Ok. Back on deck and straight into the news. Since it is 34 in this computer room, it will be a short news post. I'll endeavour to make it up to you tomorrow.

Fancy having 1.5 terabyte of data on one disk? Wow, talk about a big squeeze "Matsushita Electric Industrial, Ricoh, Osaka University, etc. set about development of the optical disc with which capacity will be about 300 times the present DVD with a 1.5 terabyte (Tera is trillion)". Thanks Anthony.

Aiken found this in his web wanderings. A bug that allows a site to access the data in your windows clipboard. "Talks about a windows exploit that allows a remote site to grab the contents of the clipboard under windows. Tried this with Windows ME. When using Internet Explorer the site correctly showed the contents of my clipboard. Nothing happened when I tried with Mozilla".

Red&Blackness Mods have a P4 Cooler shootout. Check it out.

For the Apollo conspiracy theorists, here is a short (1.24Mb) video that you might find interesting. Thanks to Osiris11 for that one.

Reviews.
Lux Design Rheobus Version 4 at Nexus Hardware
MSI G4Ti4200-VTD8X Video Card on HardwareZone
ATI Radeon 9500 Pro at Liquid Ninjas
AutoDeletePro Laser Cut Fan Grill at MonkeyReview
Q-Technology PSU at BiT-Tech
Antec PlusView 1000 AMG Case at TweakTown
Translucent USB Drive 64MB on Envynews
PCTV Rave PCI TV card on Blagged-Hardware
Chaintech Zenith 7NJS Motherboard at Bench House
ATI RADEON 9500 PRO 128MB at Digit-Life
Pentalpha Aqualia Water Cooling Kit on DataFuse. In the reviewers words, "It's craptacular".
Soyo's Kt400 Ultra Platinum Motherboard at BurnOutPC
MSI K7N2-L NFORCE2 Mainboard on AmdWorld
Dr. Thermal variable rate P4 cooler at overclockercafe



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