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Thursday Morning News (2 Comments) (link)
 Thursday, 20-October-2005  06:20:19 (GMT +10) - by Mred32

The big news for the day, or so many people have told me, is that Quake 4 has been released. The official site is full of flash and video but the trailers look cool. Pic0o has posted a heap of screenshots for people to check out. Also, there is lots of info over at ETG. Thanks to everyone who sent in the links.

Several people sent word that your printer might be spying on you. Actually, this isn't a new thing and has been used in commercial printers for some time, but how do we know what information is revealed and who has access to it? Thanks guys.

Hardware Secrets have an article about the internal workings of the Pentium 4 CPU. Things like pipelines, cache and fetch, allocators and decoders ... oh my!

Is VoIP the latest hype or is it really the way of the future? Thatís the question asked in this article over at Red & Blackness.

BigBruin have a PC TV Tuner primer for those in the market for a Tuner Card. Its a bit brief but covers most of the basics.

Quantum Computing. The idea has been thrown about a bit for some years now but the reality of it is quite a way off. The Techzone ponder the theory and practical aspects of Quantum Computing.

Beyond3D have interviewed Nicklas Renqvist, one of the longest serving members of Futuremark, and questions him about their 3DMark software and other 3D stuff.

Eroda sent this in. It's Muglets! A nice way to get your face spread around on the Internet. Thanks Eroda.

I think this idea is great. Have a look and read of The Bubble Project. Real social commentary!



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