Misc. Industry news

By on December 1, 2003, 12:51 PM
Creative EU wrote us detailing a new range of videocards based on ATI chipsets that should be appearing in stores in the next few days, the new line includes the Creative Radeon 9800XT, Creative Radeon 9600 and the Creative Radeon 9200SE.

Via apologises over Hyperion 4-in-1 drivers.

ATI confirmed (again) that it is "committed" to offering Athlon 64 chipsets. However, they're not going to appear for at least six months while they wait for PCI Express to make its appearance as well.

Doom, the movie is on the making, kinda.

Competitive and regulatory pressures played a role in Microsoft's decision to let customers and partners view the unique XML "schemas" in three Office 2003 applications.




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Per Hansson said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by Julio [/i][url=http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=12951]Via apologises[/url] over Hyperion 4-in-1 drivers.[/quote] And I thought WHQL actually meant something, ahh well :([quote]Competitive and regulatory pressures played a role in Microsoft's decision to let customers and partners view the unique XML "schemas" in three [url=http://news.com.com/2100-1012-5111644.html?tag=nefd_led
]Office 2003[/url] applications. [/quote] Ahh great, Microsoft first breaks the RFC standard they themselves sat with the other "big guys" and developed for XML, then make it "theirs only" by not disclosing it's code and now they release it due to pressure. How typical of MS, Now they yet again proove why I hate them so much!
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