Tag Archives: software

Microsoft steps forward into the online sales realm with Vista

Microsoft has made a very smart move with the selling of their new OS Vista. They have make the option available to buy Windows Vista online from their Windows Marketplace. Windows Marketplace is their online store that has recently been released. This is the first major OS to be released for sale online. For sale will be both the 32 ...

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DosPara’s $400 PC with Windows Vista

With the January 30th launch date of Vista rapidly approaching, computer companies are in cram mode making sure their new computers are all equipped with the newest Microsoft OS. With the relatively high performance needed from a computer running Vista, prices of new desktops may have a moment of high peak prices. DosPara offers an alternative. For $400, DosPara offers ...

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Linux Open Source Greenphone: Hey, it’s worth a try

Developers are gonna love this. The Linux Trolltech Greenphone, complete with SDK tools is really more of a tool or a kit then a “phone” per se. Linux has advertised this phone as a tool for developers to create new software for mobile phones, but on a totally open source spectrum. Its $700 price tag confirms the point that this ...

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Vista shows to have bugs: Surprise, surprise

With Microsoft’s sterling reputation as being bug-free and invincible to vulnerabilities, who would of thought that Vista would show signs of being buggy. We hope you hear the sarcasm in our voices. We’re laying it on pretty thick. One serious error of concern is a mile wide hole in IE7’s coding, which leaves web users vulnerable to malicious software just ...

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Home webcam 3D image scanning, because you can’t trust the mirror

We are sick and tired about hearing our girlfriends complain about how the mirror at our houses make them look fat. We are also sick of not being able to accurately create ourselves in video and pc games that should be more personalized. We soon might have an answer for both. The Institute of Robotics and Process Control, has created ...

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You want minimalistic minimalism? Adobe CS3 icons

This is what happens when a company looks at Apple, realizes that their simplistic ways are becoming very popular with consumers, and decides to one-up Apple. Well, maybe it’s more of a 3 or 4-up, simply put, Adobe took it too far. These are the icons for the upcoming Creative Suite 3 from Adobe, which has begun with the release ...

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Mozilla releases Firefox 2.0.0.1 with security & Vista updates

Mozilla has released an update for the best browser in the world: Firefox! The update version is 2.0.0.1 and as you might guess by this minute version change, not too much has visibly changed in the browser. There have been some security updates that fix some bugs Firefox has. The update has also added Microsoft Vista support (save for a ...

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Watch movies on your phone on the train from the DVD at home

Ok we know that you can stream videos on your XBOX360 off your PC in your bedroom. Bill Gates digs that. We know that you can access your home PC via your PC at the office. How about controlling your PC on your phone and stream videos? Sounds like a dream eh. If you happen to live in Japan, you ...

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Opera on Wii, Dec 22

First it’s (M)opera on your cellphone, then it’s Opera on your DS, now it’s Opera on your Wii, and the beta version just made it before Christmas. The browser will be downloadable on the Wii Shop Channel from Dec 22 for free. We can’t wait to see how well this thing renders “street html”, and how much work out it ...

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