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Saturday Evening (4 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 12-November-2005  17:54:27 (GMT +10) - by Agg

When Microsoft wants your name, they'll take it, as experienced by an Australian developer recently, thanks Belgarath. The story is here with an article here at The Age and here at Slashdot. Fair enough that they own the trademark, but it seems a bit rude.

Beyond3D have an interview with FutureMark about the next version of 3DMark. There's a thread discussing some new screenshots from it here in our Video Cards forum.

National Geographic report on an antigravity patent and gravity tractors to deflect earthbound asteroids.

Glenn sent in this article about Australia's top gamers heading to Singapore to compete in the World Cyber Gamers later this month.

SilentPCReview consider some quiet cases and other tips for a quiet PC.

Timbot sent word that alfoil headgear is more likely to amplify government spy signals, than protect you from their scans.

TechPowerUp have some volt mods for ASRock's 939Dual-SATA2 motherboard.

A giant sea monster called Godzilla, well, the remains of one, has been found in Argentina.

If our Call Of Duty 2 review from a couple of days ago got you interested, you can now get the most from it with a Tweak Guide.

Airbus's new A380 landed successfully in Brisbane today. If you want to keep up to date on things, check out the large thread in our Photography forum. Interesting cockpit photo here.

XbitLabs checked out 28 current CPUs in a range of games. Find out now which CPU can be called "the gamerís best choice"! Part two is here.

Joeechick pointed out in this thread that the Mystery of Time and Space timewaster has been updated with new levels.



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