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Saturday Afternoon (4 Comments) (link)
 Saturday, 21-January-2006  17:34:43 (GMT +10) - by Agg

Final CES stuff: Blu-Ray and HD-DVD on TheTechZone, a Hype List on ThinkComputers, general coverage on TargetPC, home video wrapup on Designtechnica and the main show floor part 2 on TheTechLounge.

According to a recent study, there is no raised cancer risk from using mobile phones. She added that the results were consistent with the findings of most studies done in the United States and Europe.

Radar spotted these Mythbusters behind the scenes videos on Discovery.com.

Dan has a bendy lens and other photography oddities in his latest article.

From Ambush: During the Nebula Awards - the Science Fiction Writers of America awards for excellence - Fictionwise is offering free ebook downloads of selected stories from the list of preliminary nominees.

There's some concern growing, following the US Govt's orders for search engines to turn over records about their use. Google tried to work with the government, according to press accounts, but ultimately refused to hand over the data, citing privacy and protection of trade secrets as its reasons.

HWSecrets has specs charts for all Sempr0n and Turion 64 CPUs.

Tech-Hounds continue their quest for stutter-free gaming, this time looking at the storage subsystem.

Eroda sent in a video comparing iMac G5 vs Intel iMac boot times.

OCW have info on a new ASRock mobo with the rear-panel eSATA2 connectors. It allows one to connect external SATA II HDD through external harddisk box. This dramatically improves the SATA II performance compared to conventional boxes which uses USB 2.0 or 1394 transfer.



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