Misc. news from around the web

By on November 28, 2003, 1:46 PM
VIA 4-in-1 v4.50 drivers were pulled off just a day after release, (we didn't post about these fortunately) causing major disaster in various system configs.

ATI President and COO Dave Orton has said the company is "committed" to offering a version of its chipset technology for the Athlon 64 processor - just don't expect it any time soon.

Inside a Cutting-Edge Kitchen: One family test-drives a room of high-tech culinary gadgets.

A consortium of major Taiwanese manufacturers that includes Benq, FIC, Compal, and Acer has formed an alliance that will push for multiple standards to be adopted, in an attempt to cut off Microsoft at the gulch.

Imagine using a computer that runs on energy generated from your building's wall and window vibrations.

Man charged with stealing bank customer data - A man suspected of stealing confidential account information about thousands of Wells Fargo Bank customers has been arrested

Is That Microsoft Calling? Software giant could change the way we communicate by telephone.




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Didou said:
I wonder why ATI doesn't develop that chipset for the Athlon64 faster. After all, they don't have to worry about the memory controller so it's actually easier to design then for other platforms.:rolleyes:
Tarkus said:
Man, those guys in the Via Arena Forums are mean. I'm glad TS Forum is a friendly place.
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