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 Monday, 17-January-2005  22:42:45 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

Hackers are using the newest DRM technology in Microsoft's Windows Media Player To install spyware, adware, dialers and computer viruses on unsuspecting PC users. More info over on Yahoo. Another reason to use Media Player Classic.

TheMatr|x sent in news about MP3 now going Multichannel - 5.1.

Veritas and Symantec have, or are about to be merged. The combined company will be uniquely positioned to deliver information security and availability solutions across all platforms, from the desktop to the data center, from consumers and small businesses to large organizations and service providers.

Rojak Pot has their Bog Book Contest Results posted.

BTX is slowly starting to get used in new motherboards, long after its original introduction to the market back in 2003 by Intel, and PCStats has an article all about it.

Controlled-Insanity has been playing with mousepads, check out their review here where they have been testing out the new XTrac Pads.

Drivers who leave P and L plates stuck to windscreens on hot days risk their cars catching fire, an car industry group has warned. Full story on News.com.au, thanks MoNk{LAH}!

Hexus have gone retro and reviewed a Commodore 64 DTV, which is essentially the C64 within a retro-style joystick.

More CES 2005 Coverage over on XYZ Computing.

Amdboard has information on the Tyan Thunder K8WEX Dual Opteron Boards, along with all their specs.

There is a OCAU Folding Tsunami donation thread over on our forums, thanks Anson.

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