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Philips "Media Center Control" Universal Remote

01/12/2005, Philips wants to push the Windows Media Center remote design further with this “Philips Media Center Control” remote that promises to make it easier to access videos, music and photos on your Media Center (MC) PC. The LCD screen on the remote...

Game Makers Support Blu-Ray, so what?

01/10/2005, The rally of game developer heavy weights such as Electronics Arts and Videndi Universal Games around Sony’s next generation DVD format Blu-Ray was largely commented in the press recently. I think that it was over-hyped. “The delivery of...

USB PC Lock System

12/31/2004, This gadget will lock your PC as soon as you get farther than 2 meters from it. Simply plug the USB transmitter (the long one) to your PC and have the receiver on you. If you move away, your PC will be locked until you return with the 2 meters range. This...

Skype for Mac now supports Bluetooth Headsets

12/31/2004, If you’re a Mac Skype user, you might be interested to know that skype now supports Bluetooth. It was a bug that got fixed in the beta 0.13.0.5, along with few other issues. Skype is a Voice Over IP (VOIP) software that allows you to make voice...

Turbo Mode for Firefox

12/30/2004, The Inquirer has a cool tip to make Firefox be even faster then it already is. The tips came from forevergeek.com originally. Here’s what to do:1/ Type “about:config” in the address bar2/ Set change “network.http.pipelining”...

42 percent of wordwide Spam is sent from the US

12/28/2004, For all the talks about spam, there are little to no results. Not so long ago, spam represented 36% of all emails circulating on the internet. The current legislation is simply not working and while many technologies are being proposed to stop spam, none...

Samsung is investing $275M to increase LCD production capacity

12/28/2004, Samsung is going to increase its 7th generation LCD production line and will pay with its own cash reserves. Samsung says that this will help them to meet demand for large size TVs and computer monitors. While there is a slump in the LCD market in...

China "leaps forward" with the next generation internet

12/27/2004, China has started to use CERNET2, the next-generation internet network. It is connecting 25 universities and 20 cities. CERNET stands for China Education and Research NETwork. The network is using IPV6, the next generation Internet Protocol (IP)...

Topless teen sues over ´The Guy Game´

12/23/2004, Take Two, the publisher of Gran Theft Auto is being sued by a teenager whose topless photo made it into the game. She was 17 when the photo was taken (last year). The game is a blend of “Girls Gone Wild” and Strip Poker. It consists of trivia...

TEAC Launches External Hard Drives

12/21/2004, TEAC is going to release a new Series of external hard drives during the Consumer Electronic Show (CES – Jan 6-9th, Las Vegas). “TEAC’s 3.5″ External Hard Disk Drives are available in USB 2.0 and USB 2.0 / Firewire (Combo). They...

Dell Dimension 8400 Review

12/21/2004, Mark Mitford writes: “Dell Dimension 8400 Review This review should have been called “how to get a high-performance desktop PC with 17 inch LCD monitor for under $650″. Yes, you read that right. If you had the chance to buy a PC with...

Firefox 1.0: The Fox is rising

12/21/2004, With 10 Million download and a fresh mainstream advertising campaign, Firefox is the piece of software of the year -at least for me-. It’s easy to use, has great features, it is extendable (look at our Firefox search plug-in). It’s also more...

Be Silent

12/21/2004, The “Be Silent” computers are ultra small and quiet. The casing is only 204x197x73mm big (the length of 4 ping-pong balls). It’s not a powerful PC, but it’s great to do most office work and web browsing/email. Specs… (via...