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 Thursday, 29-August-2002  21:37:10 (GMT +10) - by Torment

Microsoft: XP SP1 "Within 10 Days"
Originally expected today, and then delayed until the end of this week, Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1) will now ship within ten days, according to Microsoft. The software giant announced the delivery schedule late Tuesday in an effort to comply with part of its proposed settlement with the US Department of Justice (DOJ), which specifies a time table for delivering compliance changes. These changes are part of SP1, Microsoft says.

JVC to sell "unbreakable" copy protection scheme
JVC SAID IT will use a CD-ROM copy protection scheme based on a collaboration between ittself and Japanese company Hudsonsoft. While it does claim it is unbreakable, I guess only time will tell once it hits the market. Reminds me of the Music ones that you could bypass with a marker ;).

Microsoft looks like its entering the broadband market over in the US.

Anandtech have a look at Memory Module Technologies, which is well worth a look.

Looks like the RIAA Site has been Defaced by Hackers, It was only a matter of time IMO..... more info here.

Microsoft reveals more Windows code
Microsoft on Tuesday disclosed technical information vital to allowing third-party developers to create software that works well with Windows.

Last but not least, and not anything computer related, New Scientist have an article about one day Cosmic airbags could save the planet.



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