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More Saturday Morning News. (24 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 31-January-2004  02:09:48 (GMT +10) - by Firemoth

Sudhian have an article on their website titled "Low-Cost Computing at What Moral Price?".

Dink sent in a link to a storm chasing website named "Downunder Chasing". Some Amazing photos can be found on there.

I'm sure all of us have used the key combination "Ctrl-Alt-Delete" at some point whilst using our computers, apparently the Inventor is set to retire from IBM. A Slashdot article can be found, here. Thanks Bern.

Chicken Man let us know about a news article at The Moscow Times on how some new toys are being sold in the Urals that have speakers imbedded in them to sing a song titled "I Want a Man Like Putin." referring to President Vladimir Putin.

PimpedOutCases have an article on their website with information about Liquid and Peltier cooling for your video card.

For those wanting to "own a piece of Internet history", may like to check out this ebay auction of Mike Rowe's Official WIPO Book with a 25 page letter from Microsoft's lawyers. Currently the bid is at US$22,700.00.

Bjorn3D have a review of the MSI GeForce FX 5700 Ultra-TD128 up on their website.

Adrian's Rojak Pot have an article on their website titled, "Maxxing Out The GeForce Fx Go5200".

X-bit labs have taken a look at the IBM PowerPC G5 Processor.

Dan has posted some new letters up on his website.

Those of you that have a case with cables hanging everywhere, like me, should check out this Cable Hiding Guide on M:6 Hardware.

[H]ard|OCP have reviewed the ABIT AN7 AthlonXP motherboard.

News.com.au are reporting that MyDoom.b, the Mydoom worm variant is not spreading as fast as what security experts had expected. Thanks Goodlet.

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