TablePC, a new venture by Micros0ft, is going to revolutionize the way people write. Supposedly people will use this just as they use paper. Using a stylus people can write on the tablet. The tablet will have such features as search, and cut-n-paste. The only thing that I wonder about, is what about people like me who write like a 8 year old? Will the tablet be able to translate poor handwriting? What about spell check? Will we have to write like we do on PDA's? Who knows.
ZDNet reports that RAM prices have been relatively stable. Merrily Lynch analyst, Joe Osha, reported having 20 weeks worth of inventory at the beginning of the year. Now they are down to 10 weeks worth of inventory.
Get hooked up with some pictures of the crazy clusters that the NCSA does their supercomputing on. There's a 350 proc PIII cluster, an Itanium cluster, and some other smoove setups. So if racks and racks and racks of insanely expensive and powerful hardware make you drool, then go check it out here.
The Nokia 8290 has to be the tiniest little phone in the world. Running on GSM 1900 Mhz networks in North America, it packs some seriously big features like infrared, 250 Phone Book Entries, and more into a very small package. Check out our review right here!
Okay, no carnage this week. We really do review this one. Here's a clip:
"The 3390 is Nokia’s latest phone offering in their GSM 1900 MHz product line. Always known for having the coolest and most customizable phones, they have created a product that is even more customizable and fun. With detachable front and back coverings, more custom ring tones and graphics, plus picture messaging and extended text messaging capabilities, this is one feature packed phone"