Music player planned for planned music format

October 17, 2008 – 1:32 am | by Steve Music player planned for planned music format

Yes indeed! The title says it all. SanDisk, a major player in the flash memory market, is planning to manufacture a music player for the new slotMusic format. What is this slotMusic business you say? Well its a new format developed (by SanDisk) to increase sales of music and songs on tangible media. Still no idea what we are talking about? Read on…

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Adobe releases Flash Player 10 really fast (after Silverlight 2 is realeased)

October 16, 2008 – 10:00 pm | by Steve Adobe releases Flash Player 10 really fast (after Silverlight 2 is realeased)

Microsoft recently released version 2 of their Silverlight software. Adobe followed up with the release of Flash Player 10 two days later. This news would mainly concern people who watch videos on YouTube and similar sites, play flash games or watch animated flash videos and anyone who uses a website that has Flash based content in it. In short, everyone.

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T-Mobile G1: The first phone using the Google Android mobile OS

October 15, 2008 – 10:52 pm | by Steve T-Mobile G1: The first phone using the Google Android mobile OS

The T-Mobile G1, is as may be guessed from the title, the first phone using Google’s much talked about Android OS. The Linux based open source operating system (OS) has been touted as being the next big thing. As proof of that you will find that T-Mobile has about 1.5 million pre-sales of the Google Android based phone and they’ve stopped taking orders for more.

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Opera 10: A look ahead

October 15, 2008 – 7:22 pm | by Steve Opera 10: A look ahead

What with the recent release of Opera 9.6 one would think that the developers at Opera would be looking to relax a bit. Instead, however, they are forging right ahead and making plans to release Opera 10 (at least the alpha version) before the end of the year! Could this be because the browser competition has heated up? We have already seen the first casualty, the Netscape Navigator.

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Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

October 14, 2008 – 10:01 pm | by Steve Nokia 5800 Xpress Music

Nokia 5800 X M has been launched as NOKIA’s first S60 touch phone in London and Singapore. Most of its specification has given in advance and the feel of its touchable Operating System is great.
The add-ons on screen make the sound more fascinating. Now all your music or media is just in your fingertips.

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Open Office 3.0 released, adds support for Mac OS X

October 14, 2008 – 9:42 pm | by Steve Open Office 3.0 released, adds support for Mac OS X

The office productivity suite that is now owned by Sun Microsystems has in recent times been accused of stagnation. This latest release sees compatibility for Microsoft Word 2007 documents (.docx) added. As it is Open Office, supported and loved by many open source enthusiasts around the world, might finally be able to compete head on with Microsoft Office.

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Nvidia: Epic fail week

October 14, 2008 – 7:02 pm | by Steve Nvidia: Epic fail week

It has been a bad week for Nvidia by anyone’s standards. First off, individual laptop manufacturers such as Apple and HP came out with the news that certain models of their notebooks range had defective graphics cards. Now HP has confirmed that up to 38 different desktop models in their lineup might also be suffering from defective or faulty Nvidia graphics cards.

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Yahoo Web Analytics Unleashed

October 13, 2008 – 11:41 am | by Steve Yahoo Web Analytics Unleashed

In other words, Yahoo! is going head to head with Google Analytics with this new service. Web analytics for those who are unaware is the study of the performance of websites. This is done so that people who are managing the site get feedback on changes or updates, etc and stakeholders (actual or potential) in the site can keep track of the website’s performance.

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how to get back gf

October 12, 2008 – 5:58 am | by Steve how to get back gf

WinRAR. They both were and are commercial products and at best have trial versions available for free.

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Kingston 32GB Flash Drive

October 12, 2008 – 5:15 am | by Steve Kingston 32GB Flash Drive

Kingston has gone over the top with this one, the latest flash USB drive from Kingston offers a whopping 32 GB of space. As you may have noticed, this is almost as much as 40 GB hard drives commonly in use today. Although, as is universally applicable to both hard disk drives and flash drives some of this capacity is used by operating systems for formatting, etc.

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