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October 1, 2015 By Chris P.C.

ChrisPC Free VideoTube Downloader

ChrisPC Free VideoTube Downloader Converter is a powerful software with a friendly user interface that allows you to download videos...

October 19, 2009 by

Skype and Lenovo agree pre-installation deal

Skype has signed a deal with Lenovo that will see the PC manufacturer pre-install the communications service on all its enterprise laptops and desktop computers.Beginning immediately, all ThinkPad laptops and ThinkCentre desktop PCs that are sold around the world include the internet telephony (VoIP) and video-calling client, Skype blogger Peter Parkes wrote on Monday.

September 12, 2009 by

Pioneer's Project ET networked entertainment concept phones home (theaters)

After bailing out of the plasma HDTV market, Pioneer seemed destined to selling Blu-ray players and A/V receivers, but it has a bigger idea in mind with its Entertainment Tap (or Project ET) networked concept player. At its heart, it's a streaming media box that plays files from your networked PCs on your HDTV as well as offering online services like Netflix's on-demand video.

August 27, 2015 By Chris P.C.

ChrisPC VideoTube Downloader Pro

ChrisPC VideoTube Downloader Pro is a powerful software with a friendly user interface that allows you to download videos and playlists...

May 29, 2009 by

Asus and Microsoft launch pro-Windows website

Asus and Microsoft have launched a website that promotes the use of Windows, arguing that the operating system provides users with a familiar environment and no compatibility issues.The site, 'It's Better With Windows', presents a video of a family using several of Asus's 7-inch screened Eee PCs, and depicts the family members using word processing, instant messaging and other applications.

August 11, 2015 By UVIC Software


Easily edit and share your special memories. Anyone can use this simple and versatile photo/video editing app. Supports the function...

April 21, 2009 by

Amazon finally adds HD titles to its Video On Demand service

After letting Netflix have the jump on offering high-def titles as part of its video-streaming service for subscribers—on home video players as well as PCs—Amazon has finally rolled out the first 500 HD movies and TV programs for its Video on Demand service. Among the initial films Amazon is offering as a la carte rentals are Frost/Nixon and Twilight.

March 9, 2009 by

Homebrewing isn't dead yet

Jason Perlow wrote a really funny (yet oddly touching) piece this morning about homegrown enthusiast PCs. These are the souped up computers that bigger geeks than most ZDNet bloggers spend lots of money on to achieve better frame rates, faster video editing, or whatever it is you do with an 8-core PC on your desk.

November 19, 2008

76% of Internet users watched video on their PCs

Consumers desire, and are comfortable with, wired and wireless access to content, IBM found. 76% of consumers surveyed have already watched video on their PC, up 27% from 2007. 32% indicated they have viewed video on a portable device or mobile phone, up 45% from 2007. Interest in mobile video content has more than doubled [...]

June 27, 2008

24% of European households don’t have landlines

24% of European households have given up fixed landlines for mobile phones, up from 22% in 2006. The Czech Republic, Finland and Lithuania had the lowest number of landlines in use. 22% are now using their PCs for phone calls or video chatting via programs such as Skype. That is a rise of 5% from [...]

May 16, 2008 by

Intel® vPro™ technology and manageability

Sponsored: Limited technical support hours and powered down PCs can make it difficult to manage large numbers of PCs. Randy Nystrom, an IT systems engineer at Intel, explains how vPro makes it easy to diagnose and manage desktops from a central location.The content for this video was sponsored and provided by Intel.

April 28, 2008 by

IT Dojo: Create your own bootable USB flash drive for Windows XP

Booting Windows XP from a USB Flash drive gives you great IT support tool. For example, you can make a troubleshooting toolkit for booting and analyzing seemingly dead PCs. Or you could always have your favorite support applications at your fingertips.In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler, TechRepublic's Head Technology Editor, explains the process and pitfalls of creating a bootable Windows XP USB flash drive. You'll learn how to configure a computer's BIOS to boot from a USB drive, how to download and use the free software to create a bootable drive, and how to installed Windows XP on the drive.Once you've watched this IT Dojo video, you can read the original TechRepublic article, walk through the process in a screenshot gallery, and download a PDF version of the tip from our IT Dojo blog.

April 9, 2008 by

Surprise! Mossberg's notebook buyers guide recommends Macs

The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg has changed the focus of his twice-a-year computer buyer's guides from desktop PCs to notebooks because portables have been outselling desktops since May 2004.In his recent installment (which focuses on "mainstream, nontechnical consumers" and not "heavy gamers, video producers or corporate buyers") he recommends a Mac over a PC.

February 7, 2008 by

RIAA chief calls for infringement filters on PCs: not with MY PC, you don't!!

The Internet and free-speech advocacy group Public Knowledge has posted a video clip from the State of the Net Conference put on by the Advisory Committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus.During the clip, RIAA president Cary Sherman appears to be calling for some type of infringing content filter placed on consumer's PCs or on networking devices that would thwart infringing content.

February 5, 2008 by

The Wibrain B1; a full Windows ultra portable PC for less than US$700

I've been slowly building up my PayPal mobile device fund as I continue to look at devices that will help me get work done on my daily 2 hour train commute and regular business travel. I keep coming back to the HTC Advantage as a great solution, but until a better web browser is released for Windows Mobile devices (I can't wait to try Opera 9.5 and Skyfire) there is still a gap that could be filled with a full Windows mobile computer. One of the most reasonably priced ultra portable PCs that I had a chance to try briefly at CES was the Wibrain B1. The good folks at Dynamism sent along a unit that I tried out for several days and you can check out my thoughts, a short video, and photos of the device.

January 9, 2008 by

Sony PCS-TL33

High-end videoconferencing units can cost an arm and a leg and may be bulky, so Sony sought to save on space with their simple Ipela PCS-TL33 video conferencing unit. While the PCS-TL33 may be lacking in some areas, but it will satisfy the needs of many businesses.

March 19, 2007 by

What's next, UNO deathmatch?

After years of promises, PC and console gamers will finally be able to play against each other when Microsoft releases two new games for XBox Live and Vista. Tricked-out overclocked PCs face off against consoles that cost less than some PC video cards - who will emerge victorious?

December 16, 2006 by

MobileTechRoundup show #82, Live from London

Geeks generally like to stay up late and to record this latest show from London I started recording at 1 am local time. The MobileTechRoundup gang chatted about Tablet PCs, UMPCs, new OQO device and more. Travel can be made easier with mobile video and mobile Skype too. Listen to the show and enjoy the usual banter from Kevin, James, and Matt.


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