All-in-one Linux PDA unveiled

“A Japanese firm is launching a Linux-based handheld computer sporting Wi-Fi, a mobile phone and a camera, the result of collaboration between China, Korea and Japan.”

See http://asia.cnet.com/newstech/personaltech/0,39001147,39128780,00.htm

New Daily Computer Tips!

We now feature a block, see 3 block from the top on the right of the
main page, that features a daily
IT Tip. This is provided by
http://www.lockergnome.com
You should see
this
is you are interested in getting it on your webpage too.

 

Green light, red light for the Internet…

The Internet Traffic Report monitors the flow of data around the world. It
then displays a value between zero and 100. Higher values indicate faster and
more reliable connections.


http://www.internettrafficreport.com/main.htm

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Hold your money for GeForce FX.


http://www.pcekspert.com/articles/127-1.html

“There appears to be a glitch in some of the new GeForce FX 5800 Ultra cards that could cause overheating issues in some cases. NVIDIA has reportedly been able to recreate some of the symptoms seen by PC Ekspert, so there seems to be something to the story here. If you’re considering the purchase of a 5800, or already have one, this article is worth a look.

I would point out the misguided comments shown on the page, and advise taking them with a grain of salt. NVIDIA informed the tester that they evaluate the cooling ability of their cards in a 100C oven, which was criticized for whatever reason. The author states: “Anything that has to be tested in an oven has serious fundamental flaws.” I disagree entirely. They don’t have to be tested in such a way, but NVIDIA does it to ensure that the cooling mechanisms will work adequately, able to deal with the extremes to which users inevitably subject high performance hardware.

The same Ekspert figured his temp sensor reading might be lying to him, so what does he do? Sizzles his finger by touching the heatsink, then takes another shot at NVIDIA for pointing out that it seems to only be the writers that brilliantly go fondling running electronic components. If the gauze bandage fits…”

Geeks found!

Cool site detected! See
http://www.lockergnome.com

You bet, I’m on their daily lists…

How SARS work…

From:
http://science.howstuffworks.com/sars.htm

In February of 2003, newspapers began reporting a rapidly spreading
atypical pneumonia
. Now identified as severe acute respiratory syndrome
or SARS, this highly contagious condition is making international news
every day. As of April 16, 2003, an estimated 3293 cases have been reported —
with a total of 159 deaths attributed to the syndrome. The reported cases break
down like this:

  • Canada – 103 cases, 13 mortalities
  • China – 1432 cases, 64 mortalities
  • China (Hong Kong SAR) – 1268 cases, 61 mortalities
  • China (Taiwan) – 27 cases, no mortalities
  • Singapore – 162 cases, 13 mortalities
  • United States – 193 cases, no mortalities
  • Viet Nam – 63 cases, 5 mortalities

France, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Malaysia, Phillipines, the
Republic of Ireland, Romania, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Thailand, and the United Kingdom have all reported cases as well,
but there are fewer than 10 incidents in each nation. For regularly updated
information regarding the cumulative number of reported SARS cases, visit this

WHO Web site
.

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Windows 2003 SG Launch.

Windows 2003 Singapore Launch is scheduled:

Where: Suntec City Convention
Centre Level 2
When: 13 & 14 May 2003, 9am to 5.30 pm

The Windows Server 2003 family is
the next step in the ongoing evolution of the Windows server operating systems.

Windows Server 2003 builds on the proven reliability, scalability, and
manageability of Windows 2000 Server, to deliver a highly productive
infrastructure platform for powering connected applications, networks, and XML
Web services�from the workgroup to the data center.

Windows Server 2003 is significantly more reliable, more scalable, more
available, more manageable and faster than Windows NT Server. And it can be
deployed and managed with less time, less effort, less complexity and low total
cost of ownership.

Windows Server 2003 enables you to do more
with less.

See

http://www.microsoft.com/singapore/mssg_docs/1110.aspx


Top Ten Benefits of Windows Server 2003


Top 10 Features for Organizations Upgrading from
Windows 2000 Server


Top 10 Features of Windows Server 2003 for
Organizations Upgrading from Windows NT Server 4.0


Upgrading from Windows 2000 Server to Windows Server 2003

 

Cool PC…

The Ultimate in PC computing?

Look really cool and is powered by a Intel P4 2.53Ghz CPU! Has 2, 3 and 4
monitor configuration to keep your eyes really busy. "In case of the existing
PC. the work of Photoshop should be saved to open the Illustrator but TRAPEZIA
enables to open illustrator and Photoshop at the same time and drag the work
which is done by Photoshop to Illustrator directly, TRAPEZIA provide’s the wide
working windows by moving various option windows when working Photoshop and
Illustrator."

http://www.umdigital.com/