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Premium-Inhalt. Looking to tweak and customize just about any part of Windows 7? will let you change an astonishing number of Windows 7 features. This program is free until , which is scheduled for October 22, 2009. When Windows 7 is released, Win7Zilla will cost $16 after a 15-day free trial.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft Security Essentials, the company’s , will be available Tuesday, according Bob Muglia, the president of Microsoft’s server and tools division.
Premium-Inhalt. With its new , HP reaches out beyond the familiar concept to include applications normally associated with stand-alone tablets. This 10-inch, $250 model incorporates wireless support for popular applications such as Facebook, Snapfish, Pandora, and HP's own packaging of Net radio stations, among other built-in audio and visual functions.
Premium-Inhalt. iLuv has announced that its will finally be available in the middle of October for $270.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple released an update to its iWork suite of personal productivity tools on Monday. includes fixes for suite-wide issues as the individual apps that make up iWork.
Premium-Inhalt. As popular as it is to pick on AT&T, it easy is to forget the company . The addition of multimedia messaging is an example.
Premium-Inhalt. As you might guess from its name, , by , is an app that turns an iPhone or iPod touch into a mini piano. The app comes in two flavors: the $1 version provides just a standard piano sound while the $3 version, , gives you eight additional sounds: electric guitar, sitar, violin, flute, acoustic guitar, harmonica, dog and bagpipes. Other than the additional sounds in the Plus version, both apps function the same.
Premium-Inhalt. While end users used to go to their office for the fastest Internet connections and best e-mail systems, they are now telling us they get cheaper services online and better connectivity from home, Intel's enterprise architect told a Canadian audience on Thursday.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today confirmed that it will launch its free security software suite, which has been in development for almost a year, Tuesday morning.
Premium-Inhalt. Panasonic's unveiling of a got me thinking: Is 3D the killer app that will make Blu-ray players popular in the home?
Premium-Inhalt. Have you heard? iPods in Europe are about to get a lot more quiet. Regulators have released a governing how loud portable music players can go, and that means the default max volume is going take a big dip from where it currently sits.
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a poll posted on Facebook asking people to vote on whether President Barack Obama should be assassinated.
Premium-Inhalt. What if Twitter limited all posts to only 14 characters? Even worse, what if every post had to be exactly 14 characters, no more and no less?
Premium-Inhalt. In agreeing to pay $6.4 billion for Affiliated Computer Services Inc., Xerox Corp. will gain a company that has so far weathered the recession better than many companies, maintaining a dependable revenue stream from services contracts with government agencies, health care providers and insurance companies.
Premium-Inhalt. If you're a long-time BlackBerry user or "," you very likely remember a time just a few years ago when the continued existence of your precious handheld--and its addictive "push" e-mail technology--were in question due to a high-profile lawsuit between Research In Motion (RIM) and patent company NTP.
Premium-Inhalt. If you're hooked on posting updates on Facebook and Twitter, there's a good chance you have more money and are more urban than your fellow U.S. citizens, according to a new study by The Nielsen Co.
Premium-Inhalt. Alcatel-Lucent researchers said they have figured out how to multiply the speed of the fastest undersea cables by a factor of 10, an achievement that someday could send the contents of 400 DVDs hurtling from Paris to Chicago in one second.
Premium-Inhalt. A federal judge in California has vacated a temporary restraining order that directed Google Inc. to deactivate a Gmail account in response to a complaint filed by the Rocky Mountain Bank of Wyoming.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple again used its software update tool to push a program that was previously not installed on a PC, according to Computerworld tests early Monday.
Premium-Inhalt. Java developers can more easily link Microsoft .Net-based data through an interoperability bridge offered by France-based Noelios, Microsoft and Noelios said on Monday.
Premium-Inhalt. Hackers have publicly released new attack code that exploits a critical bug in the Windows operating system, putting pressure on Microsoft to fix the flaw before it leads to a worm outbreak.
Premium-Inhalt. Mobile users face a fast-growing gap between their ' increasing power needs and battery capacity.
Premium-Inhalt. Criminals have poisoned major search engines for terms related to the new MMS capability of Apple's iPhone, and are using the results to steer users to fake Windows security software downloads, a researcher said today.
Premium-Inhalt. More than 2 billion applications have been downloaded from Apple Inc.'s App Store, with more than 85,000 apps available to 50 million-plus iPhone and iPod Touch owners worldwide.
Premium-Inhalt. Potential iPhone owners in the United Kingdom have a choice when it comes to service providers now that . The iPhone's Orange UK debut comes later this year.
Premium-Inhalt. In a recent post about ads for fake virus scanners and their propensity for snagging less experienced/more gullible users (""), I asked the following questions:
Premium-Inhalt. WinSplit Revolution makes the task of shuttling and resizing windows around your desktop quick and automatic. By default it assigns a hotkey for nine different window placements.
Premium-Inhalt. Panasonic has unveiled a prototype 50-inch television and companion glasses that together give the viewer the illusion of three dimensions. The TV is being unveiled less than a month after Panasonic said it plans to commercialize 3D home entertainment products next year.