Subject: General Tech | January 4, 2006 - 08:52 PM | Ryan Shrout
Those nuts at HardOCP have ripped apart an Xbox 360 and water cooled it -- and they say its easy to do!!!
Overall, I am extremely satisfied with our Xbox 360 H20 project. We met most of the goals we set forth four years ago with our original mod, and we are â€” once again â€” the first people to water cool an Xbox.
In the end, we set out to water cool an Xbox 360 simply 'because we could' but it turned out to be a fantastic venture, and overall a huge benefit to the Xbox 360 cooling.
Subject: General Tech | January 3, 2006 - 10:05 AM | Ryan Shrout
Well it's 2006....and that means it's time for the 2005 awards all across the web! We here at PC Perspective are going to make sure that the awards we hand out are based on the opinion of YOU, the reader. It's your money that is spent on all of these vendors goods and we think it should be YOUR voice that gets to vote. Our categories include:
- GPU Designer
Subject: General Tech | January 3, 2006 - 08:05 AM | Ryan Shrout
The gang over at The Tech Report have complied a list of the best and worst of 2005, with the worst being the most entertaining options of course.
Biggest sign of the coming apocalypse: Apple goes for Intel inside
On June 6 of 2005, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that the company would pull a switch of its own and start using Intel processors.
Subject: General Tech | December 30, 2005 - 08:31 PM | Joe White
A serious exploit has been found that takes advantage of the Windows Meta File Vulnerability. Please drop by this thread that Ned Slider put together in our SVT forum. It contains steps that can help you protect your system from this exploit.
The exploit uses specially crafted Windows Metafiles (WMF) to execute malicious code, usually a trojan downloader, to download and install malicious software onto the users computer. At present, these WMF's are being hosted on a number of malicious websites.
Subject: General Tech | December 28, 2005 - 02:48 PM | Ryan Shrout
These kinds of articles always crack me up -- Wired has gathered the worst/best comments from tech execs in the year 2005.
"I'm going to f***ing bury that guy, I have done it before, and I will do it again.
Subject: General Tech | December 28, 2005 - 02:46 PM | Ryan Shrout
With all the hoop-lah involved in the new DVD format wars, Microsoft is stepping up to the plate once again in favor of the royalty-free HD-DVD.
MADISON, Wis. â€” After months of intense wrangling between the competing Blu-ray and HD-DVD groups, the battle lines in the war over a next-generation high-definition DVD format have moved to the doorstep of Microsoft Corp.
Subject: General Tech | December 23, 2005 - 01:03 PM | Ryan Shrout
Been salivating over trying to find an Xbox 360? Then this probably won't help any...
Well, one launch down and two more to go. All in all, the Xbox 360 is an impressive piece of hardware. Microsoft has really succeeded in pushing forward the technology in game consoles. With High Definition, wireless remotes, and state of the art technology, the Xbox 360 is a definite winner. However, we suggest waiting it out until the PS3 and Revolution are released, and then choosing the best console.
Subject: General Tech | December 23, 2005 - 01:00 PM | Ryan Shrout
If you haven't heard of the Penny Arcade Child's Play Charity before you really owe it to yourself to head on over and read about how you can contribute to one of many children's hospitals across the county this holiday season. They have just recently passed the $420,000 mark in donations and are looking to break half a million this year!
Subject: General Tech | December 22, 2005 - 01:00 PM | Jonathan Hung
You think you're sexy? Go and check out this year's Top 10 Sexiest Geeks of 2005 and see if you're on that list! I haven't heard of most of the people listed there, but I'll take their word that they're qualified to be nominated.
The story is work safe, though some of the wording is suggestive.... how naughty! :)
Geeks are sexy. Big, powerful, lubricious, restless brains are just about as hot as it gets -- the brain *is* the biggest sex organ in the body, after all.
Subject: General Tech | December 22, 2005 - 11:00 AM | Jonathan Hung
According to Alex Wheeler, Symantec products are vulnerable to heap overflow exploitation caused by RAR compressed files. According to Wheeler, the scanning of compressed RAR files leaves Symantec software (not just their anti-virus software) leaves the software open for possible exploitation by hackers.
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