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The word from AMD Zone is that part of AMD's bid to kick the Intel Celeron hard has arrived with a 750MHz AMD Duron costing around $180. AMD Zone also has a look at 3D Now! programming.



Anandtech

reviews said AMD chip to coincide with the launch.




Bill Henning is back at

CPU Review

with a thoughtful piece about developments in the industry. Why should m'learned friends get so much work, he argues sensibly.




The boys from

2CPU

have another site up and running called

the House of Help

, a series of support information about the Windosh operating system.




There's a review of six Geforce offerings at

Tom's Hardware pages

.




Hardware Central, routed to IDF via Zurich and Tokyo by Intel (whah?) has a look at the TechWorks Wireless Airstation Lan

here

. ®


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