OCZ's new Colossus drives are among the first SSDs designed for desktops, and they're the very first to store up to 1TB of data. Oh, and on top of all that, they work pretty well, too.
WW2 code-breaker behemoth Colossus was beaten by amateur Joachim Schuth in yesterday's code-cracking challenge. Bonn-based Schuth had written his own suite of software specially for the challenge. [BBC Online]
Colossus, the code-breaking computer used to decipher German messages during World War Two, has been put back together. Over six decades after the 10 truck-sized devices were dismantled, one has been rebuilt. Today, two teams of code-breakers, one using the Colossus, another using modern technology, are going…