Science, technology and internet news wrapup

Posted on Wednesday, September 21 2005 @ 23:36 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Each day there are so many interesting news article and I can hardly dedicated a full article to everything. A few new news posters would be welcome and in fact I'm still looking for new reviewers..

But anyway, I figured out it may be a good idea to wrapup some of the articles I can't post in one big "link article". Here's the first edition.

  • Google has lots of ambition and may become more important than Microsoft, CNET writes.
  • NASA wants to go back to space in 2018.
    An organisation representing 8,000 authors sued Google because Google Print infringes the author copyright and here's Google's reply to the case.
  • A demo of Serious Sam 2 has been released today. It's 236MB.
  • The Hubble telescope has found a mysterious disc of blue stars around a black hole.
  • Mars's surface is still changing a lot, NASA reports.
  • AOL increases the spyware protection for its users.
  • MKVTech updated their NVIDIA BIOS Editor guide.
  • Hardwarespell has a few photos of Asus's PhysX card
  • Lenovo's new ThinkPad notebooks are now also available in other colors than black
  • Intel discontinues the Pentium 4 571 and 561.

  • About the Author

    Thomas De Maesschalck

    Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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