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Zune HD Specs

10 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

Excitement for the Zune HD appears to be building in the blogosphere. While nobody expects it to “kill” the mighty iPod Touch, it appears from early looks like Microsoft might have eventually released a product that would at least challenge it. Latterly , Microsoft released the official specs for the Zune HD, but left out […]

Track 29 Moving – Maybe?

10 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

After more than twenty years in one place, Yakima’s most bizarre mall might be on the go. Track 29 owner Del Matthews plans to move the majority of the boxcars and Old West storefronts that involve the kitschy downtown landmark to a new location across the way, at the southwest corner of Yakima Avenue and […]

Video Game Sales

9 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

Nintendo and Microsoft sales led a fifth straight month of US retail computer game sales declines, while Wii sales plunged in spite of a powerful debut for Motion Control And headliner Wii Sports Resort. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 continued to exhibit trend-bucking YTD expansion staying power, up 17 % for the 1st 7 months of 2009, […]

Apple iPhone getting bad press

9 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

His rationale? He was bored by ATT’s ( T ) bad coverage and bored with Apple’s ( AAPL ) heavy-handed limitations on iPhone apps. Add to them GigaOm founder Om Malik, who ditched his iPhone last Feb and The Long Island Times’ David Pogue, a real Apple lover, and we appear to have a blooming […]

IBiz 4.0

8 August, 2020 – 4:33 pm |

IBiz 4.0.1 is a billing and time management application that helps track the work you do, permits you to bill clients for finished work, and then tracks payments so you receive payment for the work you do.  The iBiz interface is kind of similar in organization and structure to Billings ( Macworld rated four out […]

Making Money with Twitter

8 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

Twitter is everywhere nowadays but how can home businesses use this well-liked micro-blogging service to their advantage? Twitter has a selection of potential applications for different sorts of home businesses. Advertising Age latterly covered Exposed Pizza, a pizza shop in New Orleans which made use of a Twitter-based promotion that brought in 15 p.c of […]

iPod vs Zune

7 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

Microsoft has officially announced its Zune HD, setting the launch date for Sep 15.  Next, we hear Apple plans a music-related keynote event for the week of Sep seven.  I forecast next month’s Apple keynote will be all about the iPod, since that’s been the company’s modus operandi latterly for September keynotes. Last year Apple […]

Space Elevator

7 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

Researchers gathered at the Space Lift Meeting on Thu. announced that an elevator could make transport to space so much more cheap than it is now, that firms could build huge solar-power farms in space to provide energy for folks on Earth. That might eliminate the necessity to burn ordinary fuels and so reduce global […]

Phone Safety

6 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

The tenet of the telephone based pathogen isn’t new — in a number of ways, they are the same as desktop and PC viruses.  Before you absolutely freak out and fret about your telephone turning into the next victim of a virus attack, take a big breath — the issue is not as heavy as […]

Users of iPhone 3GS Satisfied

6 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

With all of the Apple-bashing recently, you’d think that iPhone users — usually a satisfied lot — might be a little less excited with their selected smartphone. Not so, according to a new survey by RBC / IQ ChangeWave. The market researcher polled iPhone 3GS owners and discovered that a strange ninety nine % of […]

Are Cell Phones Safe for Kids?

5 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

3 years back, when my older boy, Ben, was entering middle college, I wrote a column recounting a debate with my partner about getting him a cellphone. Was he too young? Were we being very indulgent? How would we hold out against his younger bro, Gabriel, who right away started disturbing for his very own […]

64-gigabyte card on the way

5 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

Excellent news for all you memory hogs out there : Toshiba has announced the planet’s biggest SD memory card, a 64-gigabyte card that employs the new SDXC memory standard. The bad news? Your present electronic camera or mpeg recorder will not read the card format out of the box. More bad news : The high-capacity […]

China Outsourcing

4 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

India’s second-biggest outsourcer, Infosys Technologies, opened a China office 6 years back, it followed the offshoring industry into a country regarded as a rising alternative choice to India. Since that time, China has principally served as an extra base from which Infosys can serve world clients, but now the company is now looking to China’s […]

Samsung TL225 and more

4 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

At last, a fresh idea. Samsung today made an announcement about 2 cameras with a LCD screen on the front that helps snap-shooters put themselves in their photos. ( It also includes some neat features for travelers and faster methods to remove photographs within the camera). The $350 DualView TL225 and $300 DualView TL220 have […]

Microsoft and Nokia gang up against BlackBerry

3 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

Top middle management from Microsoft and Nokia elaborated on their new coalition in a three-way call this A. M. 2nd , Microsoft is unbundling its system in the telephone market, with Microsoft’s Office division free to step away from the corporation’s operating system business. And Microsoft is trying to use its strong Office franchise Word, […]

New Browser Backed by Netscape Founder

3 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

It’s been 15 years since Marc Andreessen developed the Netscape Net browser that introduced millions of men and women to the Net. After its early success, Netscape was generally defeated by Microsoft in the supposed browser wars of the 1990s that ruled the Web’s first chapter. Now an outstanding Silicon Valley financier, Mr Andreessen is […]

Apple’s September Event?

2 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

Hold the presses, kiddos — we’ve got a cool new Apple rumour on our hands. This time, Apple has purportedly prepared a “keynote event” for September, according to nameless sources quoted over at some unnamed blog. ( O.K , I got carried away ; the blog isn’t truly nameless. It’s All Things Digital. ) The […]

Maintaince Tonight

2 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

Sorry for the late notice, we’ll be doing some maintenance to upgrade a few things as we’ve been noticing some some of the wikis acting kind of slow.  The downtime should be at most 30 minutes sometime between 12PM – 1AM PST. If there are any problems we will update this blog as it is […]

17-inch Laptop for $350

1 August, 2020 – 4:32 pm |

 brand spanking new, full-blooded, big-boned 17-inch Toshiba portable for $348. When a person from Wal-Mart told me a desktop replacement machine ( selling for under many netbooks–including Toshiba’s own NB205-310 ) goes on sale this Sun. , I believed you may want to grasp. For this bargain-basement notebook price what, precisely, does Toshiba manage to […]

Zune HD coming soon

1 August, 2020 – 4:32 am |

Can’t wait to get your hands on Microsoft’s new Zune HD? Beginning today, you can pre-order the device, and, later this month, you’ll be ready to a preview at it, too, Microsoft announces. Starting today, you can reserve your own Zune HD online with Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, or the Microsoft Store in expectation of […]