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By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
It seems that if you go ahead and disable atime and diratime you can improve the performance of your disk by about 40%, which is quite considerable if you think about it.
By George Norman on 05 Nov 2008
Project Report is YouTube’s way of getting people to share local stories that may have an impact on a global level, stories that deserve to be covered and brought to our attention.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
The news regarding Windows Server is that with the 2008 version of this Windows-based operating system the Terminal Services will be replaced with Remote Desktop Services.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
Did you ever receive or download a suspicious looking file, only to discover that it was indeed plagued with malware that infected your machine?
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
Photoscape 3.2 is a free piece of software that will come in handy when you want to view, resize, crop, color adjust, edit and print your extensive collection of pictures.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
The newest feature to hit YouTube is called “Auto Translate”, and as the name suggests, it translates YouTube content.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
This “how to” type article is intended for those of you that just can’t wait for your Android powered G1 device to update itself automatically.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
The saga of the MS08-67 security flaw that affects Windows XP, Vista, Windows 2000, Server 2003 and Server 2008 continues.
By George Norman on 04 Nov 2008
A little while back we were reporting that the G1 phone, mainly its Android operating system was not exactly what you would call safe, simply because in the Android’s development process Google used vulnerable open source programs.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
Gmail, Google’s approach to email, has been the main focus of Google’s development team, and consequently it has received several new features.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
The Google team came up with a great concept, announced it to the world, and just when we were all hyped up about it and wanted to try it out for ourselves, Google took the jam out of our donuts by announcing that the SMS feature will not get here on time.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
According to an Adobe Systems Inc. security advisory, there were two security holes in its PageMaker software that needed plugging.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
The social networking phenomenon is going stronger by the day, with sites like MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, and Bebo leading the pack. It is a well known fact that the ones in front are the most exposed to things such as media comments and criticism, and spam attacks.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
This is to say that if you manage to get your hands on the NXE (New Xbox Experience) ahead of time and install it on your Xbox 360, Xbox Live will be disabled, not to mention that Microsoft could issue you with a permanent online ban.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
That is not a typo, the name of the software developed by UC San Diego scientists is actually called “Sneakey”.This particular piece of software is actually a form of image-recognition technology, just that instead of analyzing scanned documents like Google’s OCR, it analyzes pictures of keys in order to generate a key duplicate.
By George Norman on 03 Nov 2008
According to an announcement made by Sun Microsystems, their latest iteration of the Solaris operating system will be made available for download as of this month.
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