Misc. news from around the web

By on August 4, 2003, 8:01 PM
Two Korean firms have unveiled a featherweight MP3 player that is so small it could easily be mistaken for a coin.

Lexar Media has unveiled a 4GB CompactFlash card that will sell for $1,499.

Novell buys Ximian - The company has confirmed that it will continue to support Ximian-sponsored Mono and GNOME open source projects.

Microsoft looking beyond the PC (editorial).

America Online and CareerBuilder.com inked a deal on Monday that calls for AOL to feature CareerBuilder's job listings throughout its online services.

Techwarelabs has posted their coverage of Siggraph 2003 (remember that Bitboys announcement? this was the expo).

The debut release of the GTA Vice City Modern Mod is now available, adding a while bunch of new cars to the car theft game.

Max Payne 2 making first appereances in magazines.




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poertner_1274 said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by TS | Julio [/i]Two Korean firms have unveiled a [url=http://news.com.com/2100-1041_3-5059745.html?tag=lh]fea
herweight MP3 player[/url] that is so small it could easily be mistaken for a coin.[/quote] That is a pretty neat concept. The only downside to it is that it can only hold 128MB, non-expandable. But if this is what is to come of mp3 devices I am pretty excited to see what is next.
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