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Handy Backup

Handy Backup is an advanced data backup and recovery software for Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, Server 2012/2008/2003, and Linux. It provides...

April 16, 2014 by Novosoft

The 'world's first SSD-based CD ripping' NAS device

The Atom-powered RipNAS launched at the beginning of this year in the UK, but the boutique retailer has introduced two new models, one of which is claimed to be "the world's first SSD-based CD ripping" NAS device.The RipNAS Statement, which comes in both totally-silent SSD and almost-silent HDD flavors, is based on the Windows Home Server OS and can handle CD ripping, media streaming and networked file storage.

May 3, 2009 by

CES 2009: OQO announces model 2+ with OLED and Intel Atom processor

The pre-CES rumors were spot on again with the rumored OQO Model 2+ actually being announced and shown off at CES. The OQO model 2+ does have an OLED display (seems to be a popular theme at CES this year) and more for a full PC in your pocket. The 1.33 GHz Windows XP model with LCD display, 60GB HDD, and 1GB RAM starts at US$999 and the 1.86 GHz model with Vista Business or XP PRo, 120GB HDD, 2GB RAM, and OLED starts at US$1,499. These are actually reasonable prices compared to what the OQO models started at in the past. The devices ordered today are estimated to ship in May of 2009.

January 7, 2009 by

Holiday Gift Guide 2008: MP3 players

I rarely see people carrying portable CD players anymore as it is much more convenient (size of players, amount of music, battery life) to burn your music to digital format or simply buy it online and download it to your PC/Mac. Many MP3 players support video too, but I'll focus on just MP3/music capability in this guide. Even though the Apple iPod is the leader in the MP3 category there are still many other solutions available that you may want to consider this holiday season, including products from Microsoft, SanDisk, Sony, Slacker, Creative, and more. It is actually a bit surprising how many other models of MP3 players there still are on the market, but it really is tough to compete with the iPod and Zune players now that even their prices are dropping significantly.

November 22, 2008 by

David Allen chats with Merlin Mann about GTD

David Allen of Getting Things Done fame has been offering a series of audio recordings (on CD and in podcast form) to subscribers ot his GTD Connect premium service. One of the discussion areas is TechTalk - a forum for David to discuss with GTD geeks about what's new in the technology space and how it intersects with the practice of GTD. He recently released an installment featuring his long-time technology advisor Eric Mack, Robert Peake, and Merlin Mann of 43Folders. If you're a subscriber, this is a great chat and well worth listening to online or on your PC or MP3 player. If you're not a subscriber, fear not. Merlin just announced he will be releasing a series of podcasts titled Productive Talk that he recorded with David while visiting the David Allen Company's world headquarters in lovely Ojai, California.

October 9, 2006 by

That boot time controversy

Not so long ago, and on this network, a PC guy - George Ou - demonstrated most of what I've said about having a Windows expert install Linux by proving that he could get it to boot more slowly from a hard disk on a cheap, but recent, PC than Knoppix does from a CD on a pentium II. I was amazed and somewhat jealous - between his two blogs on this he got 1,796 talkback comments, most of them polite.

January 29, 2006 by

Revenue from chips in small form factor hard drives to grow at 39.4% a year

Significant growth in the small form factor and mobile PC hard disk drive (HDD) segments will more than counterbalance flat growth in the desktop PC and enterprise HDD segments to accelerate worldwide semiconductor revenue growth through 2009, IDC forecasts. While the worldwide HDD semiconductor market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.

November 29, 2005 by

124 mln PC gamers in the US

According to Yankee Group, there are more than 124 mln PC gamers in the United States, 58% of whom play various types of online games. Among PC gamers, approximately 69 mln play CD ROM-based PC games and of these, nearly 14 mln play online.

October 14, 2005 by

Vodafone Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard

Data services, rather than video calls, could be the 'killer app' for 3G, and Vodafone is the first to market with its Mobile Connect 3G/GPRS datacard. It's not perfect, but it's a big step forward for mobile connectivity.

April 21, 2004 by

Microsoft issues catch-up patches on CD

Microsoft is currently taking orders for its security CD, which will contain all the patches and critical updates your PC could want--delivered to your door for free.

February 20, 2004

Disposable camera has digital perks

Eastman Kodak announced the release of its PlusDigital 35mm disposable camera. When consumers get film from their PlusDigital developed, they will receive digital versions of their pictures on a Kodak Picture CD so they can load the photos onto a PC.

May 1, 2003 by

Wednesday

Wednesday 25/09/2002They still don't know whether they'll be doing it over here, but AOL has fulfilled one of its fondest wishes in the US: the Microsoft and Apple-free AOL PC. The computer in question is being flogged through Wal-Mart, the high temple of low priced shopping: it's not a bad spec, with 800MHz Pentium-compatible processor, 128MB of RAM, 10GB hard drive, CD-ROM, 10/100 Ethernet, keyboard and speakers -- no monitor -- for $200, or around £130.

September 27, 2002 by

RecordNow Max 4.0

RecordNow Max combines powerful CD recording features with an easy-to-use interface. Despite its weak online technical support, we recommend this program if you use a CD burner on a PC.

July 1, 2002 by

New Fujitsu notebook springs to life

Fujitsu PC on Tuesday launched a new LifeBook A-series notebook, based on Advanced Micro Devices' Athlon 4 processor. The new LifeBook A Series will offer a 1.2GHz Athlon 4 chip with a 14-inch screen, 128MB of RAM and a 30GB hard drive for a starting price of $1,299. The all-in-one notebook, which incorporates a floppy drive and a CD-ROM or combination CD-R/DVD drive, is aimed at a range of customers, including corporations, government and students, the company said. --John G. Spooner, Special to ZDNet News

April 30, 2002 by

Jesse Ventura mulls games as political promos

The reelection committee for Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura is considering using games in his upcoming campaign, according to a report on Foxnews.com. The downloadable and CD-ROM games will feature the former World Wrestling Federation star while promoting his political accomplishments and criticizing his opponents. The games, which would be distributed free to voters, may not be permissible under a Minnesota law that prohibits campaigns giving gifts to voters. Ventura has not officially said whether or not he will run for reelection, but he wants to be prepared if he does decide to run. If he does use games in his campaign for reelection, it would be one of the first times games have been used to promote a political candidate. --Trey Walker, GameSpot PC

April 29, 2002 by

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