A start-up believes a mixture of Linux, ordinary Intel chips and high-end hardware will vault its servers ahead of established giants such as Compaq Computer and IBM.
Egenera, a 50-person company in Marlboro, Mass., has begun describing a sophisticated server design it hopes will appeal first to financial services companies when it goes on sale this fall. And the company has a strong calling card for that market: Chief Executive Vern Brownell was chief technology officer of Goldman Sachs before he left to join Kenneth Zolot in starting Egenera in March 2000.
As Yoda once said "Size Matters Not. Look at me! Judge me by my size, do you?" With that in mind, we have a look at the super small Kodak DC3800 camera. Here's a clip:
This must be one of the coolest gadgets that you can buy for your Pocket PC! We had a chance to test out this product and was most impressed with its performance and usefulness albeit some of its shortcomings. Here's a clip:
Do you still remember Quantum3d from the Voodoo2 days? If you don't, they were the ones that put Voodoo2 SLI into one card therefore enabling 2x Voodoo2 SLI in one PC. In other words, making it possible to have the power of 4 Voodoo2's in one computer. Well, they just did it again, and this time with a graphics processor that can already do everything under the sun smooth enough. Quantum3d announced their Obsidian Nv technology containing 2 GeForce3 processors or more on April 23rd at the ITEC conference in San Jose. More information at Quantum3d.
This ain't your ordinary Digital Camera. It's a Sherman Tank! If you're in the habit of dropping and breaking your favourite tech toys, you may have finally met your match! The Kodak DC5000 is one durable camera that is able to take drops, bumps, and even water! This all condition camera is the perfect match for those of us who live on the edge and take risks in the rugged outdoors. Here's a clip: