So what thousands of people died? According to this story from The Register, the movie and record industries are using the nations shock as a tool to sneak in the Security Systems Standards and Certification Act (SSSCA), a machiavellian copyright protection bill that forces copy-controlled hardware on all electronic items from PC's, to cell phones, to digital music players, to cameras. Greed and the quest for power riding on the back of national grief. Tragic if this tactic succeeds.
The Aiwa MM_RX400 is a nice tight-sized unit, about the same height and thickness as the Rio 500, but half the width. The unit comes with 64MB of memory (32MB on board and 32MB on a MultiMedia format flash card) and includes a remote control, an FM Digital Tuner, and works off of rechargeable batteries.
Heat sink reviews receive a lot of attention. People want to make sure that their microprocessors run cool and safe. However, certain conditions can lead to fan failure or even fallen off heat sinks. TomsHardware checked out what happens to the CPU once this nightmare scenario occurs. Ouch...