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Thursday Morning (21 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 10-February-2005  00:41:51 (GMT +10) - by aftahours

This possibly may come to you as old news, but iinet have released iibroadband2, promising speeds up to 8000k for those that have access to an iislam. Full details on their site.

Reuters reports the world's largest chip maker, said on Tuesday it would add 64-bit computing capabilities to its flagship Pentium 4 computer chips this month, allowing more powerful processing of large chunks of data... More info here, thanks Paul.

Paul links us to an article on believe it or not, Microsoft's site which compares NTFS to its little brother, FAT32. Try and guess the winner. ;)

If you are in Newcastle, and are finding your roof being crashed into by chickens, then you might want to check out this article on ABC's site. Thanks von Stalhein!

Ambush sent in news that the Longhorn Transformation Pack 9.0 is out for Windows XP and Server 2003.

Hardware Analysis step into the dark realms and discuss the topic of piracy, and who exactly are the good, the bad and the ugly.

A few people sent in that Google has released yet another feature, Google Maps!

CoolTechZone discuss the state of linux gaming and how Linux appears to be 'gaining steam'.

The Tech Zone have posted a Beginner's Guide to Networking, and I'm even considering printing it out and giving it to some of my clients to save me the breath on how to renew an IP address over and over again.

This article is definitly worth a read, Hide your iPod, here comes Bill!. It's about the 80% of Microsoft employees that have an iPod.

The Inquirer has an article posted entitled Is the Half-Life 2 EULA illegal?. I'll just let that topic inaugurate your curiousity. :)

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