All in one handheld, everything you can except!

Everything in but bulky then again what to except, it does have everything!

From: Sony

The new Palm Powered? PEG-NZ90 CLI? handheld pushes the envelope of handheld computing, featuring the new Palm OS? v. 5.0.*1 as well as an ARM-compliant 200 MHz CPU for enhanced overall performance and exceptional multimedia experience.

The built-in 2 Mega-pixel camera supports UXGA resolution (1600×1200) for high quality still photos, and includes several enhancements, such as 2X Digital Zoom, Strobe Flash, Auto Focus, and Manual Exposure Adjustment, to help make your photos look their best. You can also record and playback video (MPEG-4) and store it on Memory Stick? media.*2

Built-in Bluetooth? technology allows you to pair your CLI? handheld with other Bluetooth? compatible peripheral devices. HotSync? your CLI? handheld with a Bluetooth? enabled VAIO? PC, exchange data or play games between CLI? handhelds using Bluetooth?, or connect to the Internet via mobile phone with built-in Bluetooth? — all wirelessly (Bluetooth? compatible peripherals sold separately and internet service provider required)! These are only a few of the possibilities.

Cool speakers – ProMedia GMX D-5.1


Discover the excitement digital 5.1 audio brings to your GAMES, MUSIC and MOVIES. Klipsch delivers the ultimate in surround action with ProMedia? GMX D-5.1
Klipsch has been rockin’ the multimedia nation for 3+ years with the world’s most award-winning ProMedia? personal audio systems.

Now, after years of research and state-of-the-art industrial design, the gauntlet is thrown down again. By combining musical excellence plus dynamics and digital decoding, Klipsch has created a new performance/value-defining system, delivering the ultimate in surround action with the new ProMedia? GMX D-5.1.

Discover the excitement digital 5.1 audio brings to your GAMES, MUSIC and MOVIES The Klipsch ProMedia GMX line is aimed to draw you into the experience.

GeForce FX handson Preview…

From: Gamespot

Nvidia has earned its reputation for producing the fastest 3D graphics technology around by setting a brutal pace, traditionally releasing new products every six or nine months. In an industry where development costs are so high, and products are often judged on the basis of unforgiving performance tests, timing is everything. Nvidia hasn’t been as lucky this time around. Early in the GeForce FX’s development process, the company’s chip designers bet on a cutting-edge technology, the dense .13-micron manufacturing process, that would let them produce a chip that’s twice as complex and twice as fast as last year’s GeForce 4. But manufacturing delays plagued the GeForce FX, and instead of coming out last fall as was originally planned, final graphics cards are now planned to hit shelves in late February or early March.

KDE 3.1 released!


January 28, 2003 (The INTERNET). The KDE Project today announced the immediate availability of KDE 3.1, a major feature upgrade to the third generation of the most advanced and powerful free desktop for Linux and other UNIXes. KDE 3.1 ships with a basic desktop, an integrated development environment and seventeen other packages (PIM, administration, network, edutainment, utilities, multimedia, games, artwork, web development and more). KDE’s award-winning tools and applications are available in 47 languages.

Consistent with KDE’s rapid but disciplined development pace, the release of KDE 3.1 heralds an impressive catalog of feature enhancements and additions. As has been typical in recent KDE major releases, a great many of the new features provide welcome news particularly to private and public enterprises….

We are alive!‘s server was taken
down for no bloody reason for a few days and in turn ITCoW was down too. As you
can see, some news here date back to early Jan 5 2003 which was the last
backup I did for this site. I have lost much news posted here. For Articles,
it’s fine as they are backup. I am in the process of migrating ITCoW to it’s own
domain which is hosted by someone else and it’s servers resides in Singapore. I
do hope it’ll be faster with lesser downtime.

Users who have registered after Jan 05 2003 will have to re-register as
they lost all my stuffs on the server too. They are sorry and so am I.

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New IP Plot function installed.

IP Plot block installed. This is the same as the one used on the old site. A spinning globe appears on any guest or anyone that is viewing the site and the IP address is plotted onto a world map. Yes, from just the IP address, people can tell which country you are from. Just click on the globe to fine out.

This great block is done up by Blaine and can be downloaded from his site if you are interested.

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