Everyone is talking about it, even if you don’t have an iphone. Maybe you even felt left out today at lunch while your “iphone” friends discussed their “new” upgrade, and exchanged tips and tricks on their new iOS. Well guess what. Today, I give thee fellow Android user 5 reasons to help you realize that […]
Filed Under Misc Stuff Tags: Android, Cell Phones, iphone, operating-system, technology
Filed Under Audio, Cell Phones, Electronics, Software Tags: automobile, microsoft, operating-system, Software, telematics, windows auto
Windows everywhere – that seems to be the message with the recent expansion of Microsoft’s new place next to the driver’s seat in your car. That’s right, while we have all seen the Sync commercials on television, there is more. The next generation is coming from Microsoft for your car – bringing a true media center type experience in your auto – plus more!
According to the tootechie.com report, “In the past, telematics was for high-end, luxury cars only. But Last week Microsoft and Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group announced that the companies will “co-develop” the “next generation” of “infotainment systems.” In other words, you’ll be able to get ‘Microsoft Auto’ (name of the operating system) in Hyundai’s cheap cars by 2010.
Filed Under CompUSA News, PC Cases, Product Reviews Tags: BTO, Build Your Own, Compact, Customizable, Media Center, Mini, No OS, operating-system, pc, systemax, WiFi
If you are a web-surfing, instant messaging, online photo swapper who’s looking for a simple computer that’s just as affordable as it is space-saving, then the Systemax NO OS BTO Mini PC is the ideal computer for you. Space constraints and your budget limit the range of computers available, but Systemax (the premiere company that sells built-to-order desktops) now offers a simple solution with a variety of upgrade options. This feature-rich PC is more than an attractive computer; it can fit just about anywhere, and will look great either in the office or family room.
Filed Under Misc Stuff Tags: Android, Competition, Google, Microsoft Mobile OS, mobile-phone, Open Handset Alliance, operating-system, symbian
The first batch of cellular phones armed with Googleâ€™s Android software was showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last Monday. Qualcomm, Marvell, Texas Instruments, NEC, ARM and several others showcased their prototype handsets allowing network operators and cellular phone users to preview what is to come in the near future.
Filed Under Operating Systems, Windows Vista Tags: anniversary, microsoft, operating-system, Software, Vista, windows
Today marks the one year anniversary of the release of Microsoft Windows Vista – and what a year it has been. From corporate IT departments willing to upgrade and users asking for downgrades. But after all, humans as a whole, do not like change – and Vista was a change from the ordinary.
As a Vista user on 100% of my home systems – I can tell you that I like Vista. Is there any crazy features that make me jump up and down about Vista – Yes. The Integrated search functionality replaces Google Desktop pretty well, but I like the Google interface better in the way it displays search results.
Is there anything about Vista I hate – not really. Other than the fact it gets a bad rep.
Filed Under Operating Systems, Windows Vista Tags: lonnypaul, microsoft, nag-messages, operating-system, piracy, registration, software-piracy, SP1, TDNews, tigerdirect, Vista, Vista-Business, Vista-Home-Basic, Vista-Home-Premium, Vista-Service-Pack, Vista-SP1, Vista-Ultimate, Windows Vista, windows-genuine-advantage, windows-update
Users who have gone over the edge and somehow obtained a non-purchased version of Microsoft Vista were met with a problem – copies which failed registration through the Windows Genuine Advantage program were faced with losing a majority of system functionality – basically rendering your system inoperable.
With the forthcoming update ‘SP1′ for Vista, Microsoft announced today that their ‘Anti-Piracy Approach’ is changing. Microsoft instead will now provide what amount to “Nag Messages” informing you that your copy of Vista is not legitimate and they should purchase a registration key.
Filed Under InBox, OpenSource Tags: databases, dedicated-server, Help-Desk, hosting, imap, Linux, ms-sql, multiple-websites, open-source-applications, OpenSource, operating-system, reseller, Web Hosting, webhosting, windows
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