I've seen a lot of weird coolers and heatsinks in my line of work, but the best looking one is definitely the one from Apacer RDRAM. Well, not anymore actually. This new kid in town from ThermalTake looks like it can kick ass, well not exactly but it has fins like the GlobalWin. Check it out over here
When we reviewed the consumer level Graphire Art Tablet, we gave it great marks, but promised to review a more professional one so that all you graphics junkies out there can have something too. Well, we've just finished up a review of the Inutos, WACOM's pro quality tablet and it is right here for you to check out! Here's a clip:
Constantly downloading movies off the net? How about building your own
standalone DivX player? Sure, it's just a dedicated PC for watching movies, but it's
geeky, and that's what counts here. This guy even wrote a special OS just for
playing MPEG-4/DivX movies. That's beyond geeky. Check out his page, and
download the OS if you want to play.
Single digital ID cards - or "smart cards" - are technically feasible in the U.K. and Western Europe. But a rollout of the technology almost certainly will be delayed because of civil liberty concerns, a new report says.
The study, "Digital Identities: The Single Touch Point for E-Commerce," was published Tuesday by info-tech research firm the Butler Group.
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.