If your PC is infected with the Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2011 malware or something similar, you’ve come to the right place, because we’re going to show you how to get rid of it, and free your PC from the awful clutches of this insidious malware (and many others)
What do you really need to be a podcaster? You need drive, an engaging topic, and Audacity!
Adobe Photoshop (for Windows) is a huge, expensive, and extremely powerful photo editing package.
Is it just me, or does anyone else wonder why a complete MP3 file costs 99 cents, but the 15-to-30-second ringtone clipped out of the middle of it costs $1.99 or more? My advice is don’t buy ringtones. Period. Ever. That doesn’t mean you can’t have ringtones – just don’t buy them. You can make… Continue reading Make your own Ringtones
The latest social-networking virus going around is being spread through Yahoo Instant Messenger. One of your contacts sends you an IM (“instant message”) asking “is this your pic” with a link which contains the string www.facebook.com – but if you actually read the link, it’s pointing to someplace in the .ly domain. That’s Libya – not exactly a friend to Western nations.
Bloom Energy unveiled the “Bloom Box” last week, also called the Bloom Energy Server. The box is around the size of a parking space, and each one can power a 30,000 sq. foot office building, or 100 average US homes. Ebay and Google have already been using this technology to power some of their buildings… Continue reading Are Bloom Boxes our ‘Green Energy’ Solution?
Robot Servants Sure, you might consider a Roomba a robot maid, but while it may clean your floor, it’s no butler. If a massive amount of science fiction literature was to be believed, we should all have had android Alfreds by now. Japan is getting closer to this particular prediction, because for whatever reason they… Continue reading The Future Isn’t Here… Yet. Robot Maids and Moon Bases
Did Windows 7 destroy your laptop battery? Probably not! Here’s a workaround.
Every Space Mission We’ve Ever Done on One Map By way of EXTRALIFE
The Chinese are at it again, this time with a knockoff of the new PSP Go. This one plays 16-bit NES titles, MP3s, and AVIs, and if you want to see what it looks like “up close,” go down to your local game store and look at Sony’s PSP Go. Except for the color and… Continue reading Preview: Chinese PSP Go Knockoff
Play Netflix Watch Instantly videos, Amazon Video on Demand, MLB.com and dozens of other channels, both free and subscription, on your TV. Internet video is here!
A commentary on the various technologies available today to help you cut the cable
Is Twitter Down? The answer is YES. https://istwitterdown.com/ as of 10:30 AM EST on Thursday August 6, 2009 According to twitter’s status page they are in the midst of fighting off a Denial Of Service Attack. https://status.twitter.com/ What is a DDoS Attack you may ask. Well according to Wikipedia: A denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or… Continue reading Twitter Down: DDoS Attack
Bowhunting seems like an unlikely sport in which to find gadgets that were science fiction just a short time ago, but believe it or not, some bowhunters in Oregon have come up with an innovation that looks like something out of Universal Soldier. The Neverguess Rangefinder is an arm-worm laser rangefinder for bowhunters. This is… Continue reading They’re using lasers, Captain!
Honestly, can anything kill the iPhone? Users are entrenched, they’ve “invested” loads of cash in apps from the Apple App Store, and even though there are constant complaints about the quality of AT&T’s network, iPhone users aren’t likely to move. But the new LG BL40 Chocolate, due for release in 54 countries in late 2009,… Continue reading The new LG BL40 Chocolate: iPhone killer?