reaper: I want me one of these little Gadgets
poma supports standard Manufacturer CompactFlash memory cards. poma is only certified for use with Socket Communications CompactFlash 802.11b Wireless LAN, Bluetooth, Digital Phone Cards, 56K Modem, Serial and Ethernet Cards
poma* wearable internet device K00050 $1499.00 US
Source: The Inquirer
NVIDIA WILL TAKE THE wraps off
its Crush 18 chipset this week, possibly as early as today, if the industry source-inspired speculations of a number of sites is anything to go by. We've a hunch the launch will be sooner rather than later, but whenever Nvidia does spill the beans about nForce 2 - it doesn't take a genius to figure the name out - by all accounts it will be an impressive product.
Source: Computer Wire
Lucent Technologies Inc said yesterday it has sold support services to the tune of up to $50m to BT Group Plc under a five-year contract. Lucent will provide the incumbent UK carrier with remote technical support and network management services for BT's IP, data and voice networks, including its 999 emergency services network.
This article is based in part on ideas from the article "Sneaky Calculations"
in Science News Vol. 160, No. 20, pages 305-320. I will start out with a brief
introduction to the technologies involved, then tie them together--both in
theory and with a concrete example. Feel free to skim through the first few
sections if you are already familiar with the concepts.