Subject: General Tech | September 5, 2007 - 12:10 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Silverlight 1.0 will run on Linux, a move likely prompted by the lead Mono developer creating a working version of Moonlight, an open-source version of Silverlight. It looks like .NET will be a choice for Linux users after all. Get more on this story and if it signals a change for Microsoft at Ars Technica.
Subject: General Tech | September 4, 2007 - 12:07 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
So you changed your password just before you went on holiday, or picked on so complex it will never be guessed; even by you. Maybe you just had a brain fart. Whatever the cause, your XP machine will not boot for you because you've forgotten the password. Don't panic, there is help for you in the form of a guide from PC Stats. Reading through it might also give you enough time to remember the password on your own, which is a much easier route.
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2007 - 09:57 PM | Ryan Shrout
It looks like all the rumors of Apple's announcements for this coming September 5th are converging on more than a single product. First and foremost, a new iPod Touch and iPod Nano are thought to be coming and would be a welcome update to a line up that has been aged in terms of technology products. The latter is in a "leaked" photo below:
The iPod Touch would probably be very similar to the new iPhone with a flip-style browsing feature.
Subject: General Tech | August 31, 2007 - 02:43 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Upgrade fever has hit just about every component on the PC lately, it's getting to the point where even buying a mouse can be a major decision, along with the rest of the PC. Then you have to tweak the OS, assuming you can decide which one to use, to make sure you are getting everything out of your internet connection.
Subject: General Tech | August 31, 2007 - 12:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PC Mechanic looks at some very simple ways to keep yourself and your private data secure when browsing the web. Some of the tips may seem very simplistic, but there are those who don't follow them .. . and will probably be calling you to fix their PC soon, if they haven't called already.
You can also catch the 11th PC Perspective Podcast at the top of the page, if you haven't given it a listen already.
Subject: General Tech | August 30, 2007 - 11:45 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Users of AVG anti-virus were in for a nasty shock this morning; if they were planning on calling in sick today and tomorrow to start the Labour Day weekend early. Something, probably a patch from 2K, AVG or SecuROM, has changed. AVG now prevents BioShock from launching because it is tagged as a virus.
Do not attempt to heal the file, back up your save games and follow the instructions provided at Boot Daily to get yourself back up and running.
Subject: General Tech | August 29, 2007 - 05:24 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Logitech G9 gaming mouse does offer a lot of features, from adjustable weights, a dual mode scroll-wheel and on the fly DPI changes. The price is certainly a drawback, but TECHGAGE soldiered on with a full review, so you can find out if it is worth it, or not.
Subject: General Tech | August 29, 2007 - 05:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Since the introduction of the COSMOS PC Chassis from Cooler Master, people have begun to experience the refinement and performance of a truly revolutionary PC case. To celebrate its release, Cooler Master is pleased to open the MyCOSMOS Contest to Cooler Master fans worldwide. From September 3rd to 28th, COSMOS owners around the world can enter the MyCOSMOS contest simply by creating a written or video review of their COSMOS experiences and filing in the entry from on the MyCOSMOS contest site.
Subject: General Tech | August 29, 2007 - 12:22 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
[H]ard|OCP continues the quest to find something useful about DX10, this time examining the performance and image quality of Call of Juarez. There is good news for AMD, the the 2900XT can keep up with the 8800 GTS for the first time in a series of benchmarks. There is also good news on the quality side, there are very striking differences between DX10 and DX9, for the first time you don't even have to give the game the benefit of the doubt, you can see the differences easily. It makes th
Subject: General Tech | August 29, 2007 - 11:50 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Gphone is coming, and we should know what it's all about in September. Running Linux and projected to be very cheap, it will be interesting to see what the phone is capable of, and if Google has plans to emulate Apple's locked service. According to what the Inquirer learned, Google seems to hope to make money from ads (Ad Words?) piped directly to the phone.
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