If you read Danish this article is posting the production
roadmaps for both Intel and AMD. Though ComputerDK
doesn't discolose it's source of information, they do seem to be
on track. We can expect Intel to hit the 2ghz mark by Q1 2002,
and AMD only to reach 1.6ghz around the same time. Although
AMD may be lagging behind, their clock speeds run slightly
faster then Intel's.
I'm not even going to write a comment on this.. after reading this article I was speechless. Just think of the implications of this in a negative sense.
Beginning July 15, Applied Digital Solutions will begin beta testing on humans an implant technology capable of allowing users to emit a homing beacon, have vital bodily functions monitored and confirm identity when making e-commerce transactions.
The first production run of "Digital Angel®" devices has begun, the Florida-based, NASDAQ-traded company has announced.
Nortel Networks' profit warning Friday may have just ushered in the new world order of slower growth for the telecommunications sector.
In previous profit warnings from Nortel, Lucent Technologies and Cisco Systems, executives described the sudden slowdown earlier this year as a "100-year flood" and used other such terms to indicate that inventory problems and profit missteps were freak events.
Internet vandals defaced eight more Malaysian
government sites, highlighting the lax
security and poor maintenance among local
network administrators. A group known as
"Silver Lords" claimed responsibility through
the German-based defacement mirror site at
Hacking Incidents Surge 300%
annually in Korea. The Korea
Center, a government agency,
recently released statistics
confirming that computer
hacking is rapidly increasing
across the nation. According
to statistics released by the
center, in 1997 a mere 64
hacker attacks were reported,