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Web Explorer - download manager

Surf the web and download all your documents, just like you do in your Mac/PC: It supports Zip, Dmg, Rar, Pdf, Text... All kind of...

8 hours ago By Sergio Abril


Make better real estate decisions with Homefacts!Homefacts provides important information and key statistics on more than 30 local...

9 hours ago By Homefacts Management, LLC

Dropbox finds no intrusions, continues spam investigation

After some Dropbox users started seeing a sudden increase in spam, even if they only use their e-mail address for the file storage service, Dropbox launched an investigation and even hired experts to further look into the issue. The company has posted an update on its findings so far: zip, zero, zilch.

July 20, 2012 by

Synergy eBusiness Premium for iPad

Start banking wherever you are with Synergy eBusiness Premium for iPad! Available to all Franklin Synergy Bank business online banking...

11 hours ago By Franklin Synergy Bank

New browser war, same old dirty tricks?

Have you heard? There’s a new browser war, with a suddenly re-energized Microsoft out to maintain its dominant share against upstarts like Google Chrome. If we’re all going to do the Time Warp and zip back to 1996, it’s only fitting that we toss some fear, uncertainly, and doubt (FUD) into the fight. Which is exactly what Microsoft appears to have done.

April 21, 2011

WinZip 15 Pro

With ZIP support built into Windows 7 (and Vista), do you really need extra ZIP software? Corel (who now owns the vintage WinZip brand) is betting the added features it offers will be worth it - and some of them are big timesavers.

December 7, 2010

Is The Future Really Flash?

With the performance boost as well as power savings that SSDs have to offer, the comprehensive move from mechanical drives to Solid State Disks is an inevitability, While the PC user faced an almost immediate phasing out of 3.5 inch floppy disk drives (let’s forget the brief Zip drive era) for GB USB sticks, surely the drive for tiered storage based upon different grades of SSDs should be just as rapid?

February 2, 2010 by

Your Kindle can't do this, local library ebooks now available on the Sony Reader

I wrote about the new Sony Reader devices and how we would eventually be able to actually check out ebooks from our local libraries and read them on the Sony Readers. The press release and press coverage focused on the New York Public Library so I didn't give much thought to trying out my local system anytime soon. As I was resetting my Kindle back to defaults so I could sell it and setting up my old Sony Reader 505 I decided to check to see if the library functionality was up and running. I went to the Sony Overdrive Library Finder site and entered my ZIP code. I was quite surprised to see the local Pierce County library system supported ebooks, including audiobooks, as downloads and it appears people have been able to read these books on PCs and using Mobipocket for quite some time and I just did not know about it. Now with the Sony Readers and Adobe Digital Editions authorization process you can read these books on the go.

August 26, 2009 by

Traditional bike with electric zip

It's environmentally friendly like a traditional bicycle, but it has the zip of a scooter. Getting 20 miles per charge with a max cruising speed of 20 mph, Ultra Motor's new electric bike doesn't come cheap, at $2,600.

August 6, 2008 by

Zip Express offers door-to-door recycling

Here's a resource for the lazy among you or just the ones who don't want to waste a whole lot of fuel driving your old electronics to the nearest tech-savvy recycling center. I don't even know where mine is, but the last time there was a nearby recycling event, it was at least 10 miles away.

July 13, 2008 by

EMC buys Iomega

EMC said Tuesday that has acquired Iomega, best known for its Zip drives in the 1990s, for $213 million.Under the terms of the deal EMC will pay $3.

April 8, 2008 by

EMC buys Iomega

OK, hands up. Who here owned an Iomega ZIP drive? I did. In fact I bought several of these drives (over the years I owned 100MB and 250MB ZIP drives and the 1GB Jaz drive) along with a stack of media (still have hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars worth of it about the place), and I still remember a time when I thought that 100MB was a lavish amount of storage that was more than I would ever need.

April 8, 2008 by

Short clip: Goodwill's mapping mashup

Steve Bergman, CIO at Goodwill Industries discusses new innovations within the organization including a new Web 2.0 mapping tool which allows users to type in their zip code and find the closest donation location in their area.

March 3, 2008 by

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