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Thursday Midday (5 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 21-October-2004  11:53:02 (GMT +10) - by Agg

There's some reports of a security issue in the Mozilla, Firefox and Camino browsers. Screwball mentioned this security alert for Internet Explorer, too.

HotHardware and Tech Report have coverage of S3's new OmniChrome, their challenger to ATI's All-in-Wonder and NVIDIA's Personal Cinema. Based on a DeltaChrome S4 Nitro graphics card, OmniChrome adds a TV tuner and video decoder chip to enable video capture and PVR applications.

The BBC wonder if war-based games are desensitising us to the realities of war and historical events.

Apparently cyber bullying is becoming more of a concern in Australian schools.

Intel has a new mobile CPU. The Pentium M model 765 runs at 2.10GHz and features a 2MB cache, a 400MHz system bus and improved power consumption, the company said.

Scientists have made some super-long nanotubes recently. Burke's finding indicates that the electrical conductivity is greater than for copper wires of the same size, a world record for any nano-material of this length.

Mred32 spotted a television in distress, complete with rescue crew. Wired meanwhile report on a device that turns off all TV's remotely.

ArsTechnica have posted part 2 of their PowerPC on Apple historical article.

Murray sends word of crime-fighting laser printers and optical connectors from Intel.

We've seen this before, but there's few things as calming as popping bubble-wrap, thanks Draffa. For another time-waster, Hoopstar sent in this parking game. Tricky!

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