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Tuesday Morning (2 Comments) (link)
 Tuesday, 26-April-2005  00:15:46 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Right! Back to work.

Gibbon spotted this amusing take on the Adobe purchase of Macromedia.

Wired report on the web coming to the rescue of an astronomer who was nearly foiled by bad weather.

ArsTechnica have a rant about dual-core reviews and the NDA process in general.

Sciby sent in this cool way of making fire, using a can of coke and some chocolate. Very MacGuyver!

Bit-Tech report on computers in space. Jason Cundall takes us through the ins and outs of the computing hardware used in today's space missions, and ponders why we're still using state of the Ark hardware on the final frontier.

Meanwhile, a robotic arm is being trialled for a possible mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope.

CDRInfo compared LightScribe Drives, being burners that also label your CD's for you, thanks Leo.

NewScientist report on the state of intelligent machines today and decide it's a bit disappointing, but there's hope in sight. They also report on a system that can reproduce concerts from recorded music.

CMPnetAsia report that mobile dual-core CPUs are on the way from Intel and AMD.

There's an interesting article on TechNewsWorld here about how AMD created the Opteron range of CPUs. "We all saw the opportunity to change the industry's direction," recalled Kevin McGrath, an AMD fellow who attended the engineers' dinner and became a key member of the Opteron team.



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