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Monday Afternoon (3 Comments) (link)
 Monday, 10-December-2007  17:12:25 (GMT +10) - by Cryogenic

Christmas is rapidly approaching. Only a couple of weeks to go. If you are stuck with gift ideas, perhaps check out ThinkComputer's Holiday 2007 Wish List for some inspiration. I'll take one of everything!

Still with Christmas, if you want to maximise the quality of the pictures you'll be taking, head over the PC Mechanic who have some tips for you. People see photos like the one above and think Wow.. I wish I could take photos like that. You can. It's easier than you think. Follow my tips and you'll be taking pro-look shots in no time.

Some gaming news. A student from the Uni of British Columbia has done some research into games that 'learn'. The Internode Games Network have also published an interview with NetDevil about upcoming titles, Jumpgate Evolution and Lego Universe.

HardwareZone have published their 750GB External HDD Storage Roundup. We take a look at three different external storage drives, compare them against a DIY option and take them out for a spin in our lab to determine the right one for you.

A lot of our forum members will no doubt have come across the crazily cool work of member Tesla Downunder. His work has been published in a UK paper. Information about the article can be found here. Cool pictures and Tesla Downunder's latest project writeup here.

Phoronix have benchmarked 7 versions of WINE. Sparked by curiosity as to how the performance of WINE is affected release by release, we have gone through and benchmarked the past seven releases. While this only represents the past four months of work by the WINE community, the results may surprise you.

A couple interesting articles from forum members. H20 networks have adopted sewer piping as the route for its fibre. And some prospective 50GHz action on the horizon. Thanks for sending those in guys.



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