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A herd of KT133 platforms has been gathered for your inspection over at Anand's. I'd tell you who wins but then why would you click through? (For people without stamina, the winners page is here. Now, don't say we never do anything for you.)



Dan, of DansData, gets his pen out for

Australian IT

again and reviews a couple of MP3 players. Watch out for a roundup on his own page soon.




SharkyGames

takes a look at the Nintendo GameCube. After all the hype about the PS2, frankly this is quite refreshing. This is only a preview - so don't get too excited - and questions are being asked about where it will fit in the market.




A wee

nibbit

from Tyan about their upcoming dual-processor (SMP) Athlon Socket A motherboard, posted on Athlon MB today. Check it out if that is your thang.




Then, the crazy boys down under have obviously been let out of the asylum again.

Insane Hardware

has posted some stuff about parallel computing. Whaddaya mean, "where's the hardware angle?" ®



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