Also, check out the newest look at Daniel Pohl’s work on ray tracing. This may be the last update we hear from him, and it covers a lot of ground. Check it out.
“Thanks to the virtually infinite bandwidth of fiber—or rather, the empty tubes that can hold multi-fiber cables—the Internet has continued to get faster for almost four decades, with congestion only proving a temporary condition. But now, it’s again uncertain if the routers that sit at the ends of these fibers will be able to keep up with the growth of the Internet.”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- iPhone Trojan Sign of Things to Come? @ Slashdot
- Rubber band super gun @ MAKE:Blog
- Logitech Harmony One @ I4U
- Interview with Antec Senior VP Scott Richards @ NordicHardware
- 2008 CES Coverage: Thermaltake @ OCIA
- Macworld 2008 Highlights @ Hardware Zone
- CES 2008 Photo Report and Recap @ HotHardware
- CES 2008: Sony @ ThinkComputers
- How to Speed Up Windows Vista @ tkArena
- 2008 CES Coverage: The Parties @ OCIA
- CES 2008: In Win @ ThinkComputers
- Zero-G over Vegas: Are you HEXperienced?