A few big deals are being talked about today. It's no secret that eBay is buying Skype for $2.6 Billion, and could pay up to $1.5 Billion more by 2008 or 2009. Also making the headlines, is Oracle's purchasing of Siebel for $5.85 Billion. Enjoy the reviews, goodnight folks!
"Sunbeamtech, a company often associated with enthusiast cases and accessories, has released a couple high-end modular power supplies. The NUUO 550W is not only NVIDIA SLI Certified, it is the first modular power supply to make their list. An extra feature of the NUUO series is a temperature monitor / fan controller device that mounts in a 3.5" drive bay."
"The Foxconn 945P7AA-8EKRS2 supports 533/800/1066 MHz FSB Pentium 4/D and Extreme Edition processors and can be equipped with up to 4GB of non ECC DDR2-667 memory. The board has plenty of onboard expansion ports, such as an additional IDE/RAID controller, dual Gigabit NICs, IEEE 1394a and Intel's Azalia audio controller."
"The second Radeon X800 GT that we have received, the HIS Radeon X800 GT Turbo promises to lead its peers with its overclocked speeds and customized Arctic Cooling heatsink. With an ice-cool exterior, read on as we probe if the cool factor is just skin deep."
"The newest processor from VIA, C7-M, is targeted to the mobile market and, accordingly to VIA, competes directly with Pentium M (Centrino platform), as you can see on Figure 1. In this article we'll explore this new baby from VIA."
"If space is a concern for your PC, then the AOpen XC Cube MZ855 II is sure-fire winner. Using the 855GM chipset, the unit runs off the Pentium M processor and remains cool even in the small confines of the XC Cube."