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  • iPhone/iPod Touch iTunes syncing unofficially officially coming to Linux
    by Mike
    Posted October 28th, 2009 at 6:51 am
    Before we really get your hopes up, we need to stress that this process isn't exactly "download - click to install - enjoy". But if you're running any distro of Linux, I'm assuming your at least a fairly versed in getting down and dirty behind the scenes of the pretty UI into the heart of your machine. And that's a good thing because that is exactly what it's going to take to get this unholy union to kiss and make up. The image above is a nice graphical representation of what the installed so...
  • Update forced restarts a thing of the past! [Cheers]
    by Mike
    Posted June 2nd, 2009 at 12:26 pm
    Just yesterday I was working on the site on my older Compaq laptop and was getting obnoxiously annoyed every 5 minutes to reboot Windows. I saved all my work quickly as nature called. Upon returning, the laptop had restarted and was going through the slow process of booting back up. Such instances while far from lethal many times feel like it in the sense that time is precious in this fast paced world. Many people don't have the time nor want to wait 2-3 minutes for a computer to completel...
  • Freescale bringing the heat to Intel.
    by Mike
    Posted January 5th, 2009 at 8:30 am
    Freescale, a small processor company, is set to announce a new chip today.  The chip an i.MX515 will run on netbooks and low cost laptops designed for basic computing tasks.  Right now Intel has a commanding lead in the netbook segment with their Atom processor making it an uphill battle for Freescale.  Freescale hopes to push the cost of notebooks running their processor to $199, down from the current $299 of machines powered by Atom.  They hope in undercutting Intel, they can gain a...
  • Onscreen keyboard coming to Android/G1
    by Mike
    Posted December 22nd, 2008 at 1:56 pm
    Boy Genius has been informed from sources of an onscreen keyboard for the G1 running Android.  Its not yet available to the general public but will be sometime hopefully in the near future.   Above is a short video of the keyboard in action.  The G1 is now becoming even more of an awesome all around device.  Now you don't have to always whip the keyboard out to send a quick text.  Source: Boy Genius...
  • Windows falls below 90% market share
    by Mike
    Posted December 3rd, 2008 at 1:47 pm
    Is it really any surprise though?  I mean, its been a process in the making.  Since Vista's complete disaster of a release, people un-happy with Vista have started looking to either Mac or Linux.  Each year since Net Share Applications begain conducting studies on OS usage in 2004, Apple has gained steadily chipping away at Microsoft's percentage.  Is this trend going to keep going, or will it level out and Microsoft regain their lost customers.  After seeing early pictures and videos of Wi...
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