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Date: 2006-07-31
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Seagate 500GB eSATA external hard disk drive
eSATA drive writes at twice the speed of a USB/FireWire drive
The Seagate 500GB eSATA hard drive is an external serial ATA drive solution targeted at those in the digital media space (such as video editors, DVD authors, audio pros and 3D animation artists) who need a faster, external, high capacity solution than what is provided via USB 2.0 or FireWire.

Becoming Clueful: What You Should Know Before You Redo Your Web Site
Five tips on what businesses should expect from their web designers and developers
Calibrate your expectations. Web professionals offer their advice on what you really should understand before you pick up the phone to call them. Doing so can save you time, money, and frustration.

Dell Precision Workstation 390: Core 2 Extreme Debut
Conroe-packing workstation fast enough to be our new King of the Hill
Intel today introduces Core 2 line of processors formerly known as Conroe, and coinciding with that, Dell launches its Precision 390 Workstations equipped with these just-shipped dual-core chips. The company sent a Core 2 Extreme-equipped workstation to our Midwest Test Facility for review, and at first glance, the machine looked just like the Precision 380 we tested over a year ago. But when we put the machine on our test bench and ran a few benchmarks, we discovered that the difference between this workstation and its predecessor goes all the way down to the Core.

The Quad-Father of Computing?
AMD's 4 way play detailed at 4-core Enthusiast Tech Demo Day
Imagine being able to compose an email, perform a spyware scan, burn a DVD, and rip a CD simultaneously on the same PC. Or encode a video, play a game, edit an image, and Skype your friends at the same time. Sound far fetched? AMD is hoping to make Megatasking, or Extreme Multitasking, a reality when it introduces its quad core CPUs to the market in 2007.

Agile Development Helps Improve FTC Web Sites
The developer used software engineering methologies to adapt and respond to changing business dynamics
The Federal Trade Commission recently completed a $1.2 million upgrade to modernize the web based systems that handle Consumer Fraud Complaints, the Do Not Call list, and the identify theft complaint process, using SOA integration. What may be less obvious is the use of agile development methodology in the software project.


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