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Intel's North Cape Super-thin ultrabook/tablet Haswell Reference Design Impresses

At CES in Las Vegas, Intel discussed their next-gen chip road-map, including new ultra-low power Haswell processors powering ultra-thin notebooks/ultrabooks and desktop computers. One of the most interesting demos was Intel showing off a reference laptop called North Cape featuring...

CounterPath Releases Bria 3.2

Update: According to a CounterPath spokesperson, "Counterpath had to delay the launch of the Bria 3.2 update to the end of this month."CounterPath Corporation today released Bria 3.2, with enhanced enterprise features, internal chat rooms, and multiple account integration support....

New Business Version of Skype for Windows Gets Group Video Calling

Last week, group calling for Skype's regular consumer client launched. This week, the same group calling feature is launching for their business Skype client. Most people don't know there are actually two Skype clients - one for consumer and one...

Blink SIP Client Now Available on Windows!

You may recall my posted "Blink, Best Damn SIP Client You Never Heard Of!" Unfortunately, at the time I wrote that, only Mac and Linux versions were available. For once, Windows got the short end of the stick! But no...

How About OS X on EEE?

Feel like stepping beyond the limits of Apple hardware? Want a Mac netbook for under $650? How about an EeePC running Mac OS X? If you answered "Yes!" to any of these questions, then read on! At least part...

Seeing a Windows-less Future ...

Hard to image (but many have thought about it, I'm sure), but Microsoft has kicked off a research project to create software that will take over when it retires Windows. Called Midori, the cut-down operating system is radically different from...

Skype 4.0.0.155 Beta 1 for Windows

Skype just released a new beta of 4.0.called Skype 4.0.0.155 Beta 1 for Windows. Just remember there are some caveats to using Skype 4.0 beta. Read here for more.Here's what's new / fixes:30.07.2008 Skype 4.0.0.155 Beta 1 for Windowschange: Firefox...

Download Windows Vista SP1 Pre-launch Updates

Microsoft today launched some major updates to Windows Vista, which appears to be a pre-launch update to the highly anticipated and uber-secretive Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1). Rumors and leaks about Vista SP1 and where you can download it...

Search text in multiple files using Windows Grep

Windows Grep searches user-defined files and folders with for text or regular expressions, giving you powerful and fast search results. I use Linux all the time and the "grep" command is one of the most powerful Linux commands, so...

Windows Vista USB Audio Driver Problem Fixed

Windows Vista Ultimate Edition is my latest desktop machine at work and some USB audio devices have given me nothing but problems. While most USB audio devices have installed just fine, since they use the standard Microsoft USB audio class,...

Remote Desktop slow problem solved

Remote Desktop 6.0, the latest version of Microsoft Remote Desktop client, which comes pre-installed with Vista was slower than molasses when I tried connecting to some Windows 2003 servers. In particular, I was trying to manage a Windows 2003 R2...

Marc hates Microsoft Vista

Marc Robins is having a hell of a time with Microsoft Windows Vista. Marc has encountered several problems -  Everything from printer drivers to Second Life not working and Internet Explorer crashing. Vista performance issues also seem to be happening...

pbxnsip IP-PBX Review

pbxnsip is a Windows-based feature-rich IP-PBX which I recently tested for TMC Labs. It's going to be published in Internet Telephony Magazine, but I figured I'd give my blog readers a "sneak peek" at the review, because, well... I'm good...

Netflix Gets into Movie Downloads (Finally!)

Don't know why it took so long, but Netflix is finally offering movies and TV shows via download, rather than by its DVD-by-mail service.  Guess they finally took their collective eyes off of Blockbuster and now are contending with such other online movie...

Windows Is a Big Boy Now!

Hard to believe it's been 21 years since Microsoft launched Windows in 1985! Lots of blogging on this one today. It was a big deal back in 1985 with a big launch. I do think they did expect it to turn...

Skype 2.5 Beta for Mac

Today, Skype has released a new version of Skype for the Mac - Skype 2.5 Beta for Mac. The previous Mac release was October 23, 2006 which was version 2.0.0.6., so this is a 0.5 (half point) release upgrade. This...

MTV Gives Us the Urge

Sometimes you wonder why brands associated with one particular slice of life take so long to figure out how to extend themselves into new (but not foreign) territories. This is how I see MTV's announcment today that it will enter the online...

Speakables for Windows now available

A Windows shareware version of the Speakables software application that ets users "Skype" by voice command has been released. Speakables, offers several voice control solutions for many popular applications such as iPhoto and iTunes. Ironically, they announced the release of...

Dual boot Mac and Windows

Apple fans can now dual-boot into either Microsft Windows XP or the Macintosh operating system (Mac OS X). Today, Apple announced the beta release of Bootcamp, a boot-time utility that lets you create a 2nd partition to hold the Windows...

Microsoft Vista; Horizon Now Stretches Further ...

Much hubbub late yesterday and today about Microsoft delaying its upcoming Vista OS, called "perhaps the biggest technology transition since the Windows operating system arrived more than 10 years ago" in today's Wall Street Journal.Seems it won't be here until...

The Twain Shall Meet: First Intel-Based Mac

Today, at Macworld, Apple announced its first Intel-based Macintosh computer.A milestone! And the end of the days when Windows and Intel were inseparable and the Macintosh was in its own separate competing sphere. Knew Steve Jobs had something up his...

Windows Defender

In case you hadn't heard the news, Microsoft changed the name of their anti-spyware software from Microsoft AntiSpyware to Windows Defender. Windows Defender will come included with Windows Vista.According to a Microsoft blogger which broke the news, "As part of...

TiVo vs. Media Center Edition

TiVo may get all the headlines and they certainly have a rabid following, including geeks who modify their units, add additional hard drives, and perform other tweaks. But I'll tell you, I would not trade my Microsoft Windows Media...

Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

Media Center Edition 2005 I was just reading about the launch of Media Center Edition 2005 and came across this link: Microsoft to tune up Media Center PC | CNET News.com As I just blogged, I want to buy...

Asterisk on Windows

Some hot news I've been meaning to share - Asterisk is now available on Windows. Check it out: Digium, the leading Open Source telecommunications supplier, and N2Net, a provider of mission critical communication hosting, announce the immediate availability of AstWind,...
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