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  1. Got Virus? By Woody Bowers
    GOT VIRUS? Your Data is NOT lost forever!In the wake of so many computer viruses running wild, “Hope is not lost”!With the recent release of such viruses as: mydoom; netsky; mofei, lovegate and many more destructive viruses, there is an affordable solution to recover your lost files from your hard drive.Selecting a Data Recovery Service Company can be a challenging and confusing undertaking to say the least.ECO Data Recovery located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida has come to the rescue of man…


  2. 5 Reasons You Should Join the PDA Phone Revolution Today! By Ron Hel-Or
    There is a quite revolution taking place both in the cell phone and in the PDA industries.This is happening right under the noses of most people.But those who are smart enough can jump right in and benefit big.What I'm talking about is the PDA phone revolution.This thing is bigger then the invention of toaster-oven.This is because, like the "merge" of toaster and oven into one appliance, PDA phones bring together 2 of the most helpful, most productive, time saving tools many of us already use.…


  3. The New 5th Generation Apple IPods By Katherine Xie
    To date, there has been a number of Apple iPod models. Well, with the release of the new iPod Video, there are now officially three iPod models for the 5th generation of iPods. The earlier 4th generation models, including the popular iPod Mini, iPod Photo, U2 and 20GB iPod are now officially history.The three official 5G iPod models include the iPod Shuffle, iPod Nano and iPod Video. What's the difference between this new range of iPods and the previous 4G models? Broadly speaking, the differe…


  4. The Ipod Mini: Why It's Not that Hot By Sergio Camarena
    I got my eyes set on a iPod mini, as it looked good for quite some reasons: it's small enough to put inside a pant's pocket, it has a lot of accessories to choose from and it obviously has enough hype you begin to wonder what all the fuss is about.But you really have to see the cons of it and cut all the hype. It looked good from the start; it's small and simple, easy to use and has that nice Apple logo. But quickly the downsides surfaced, and they sure are annoying.Firstly, the headphones are…


  5. Favorite Things To Do With Home Technology By Jennifer Shatos
    Save money. Save 10-15% on utility bills per month. Work with products that have a good value now, but also save money throughout the ownership of the home. Get energy savings through lighting management, irrigation control, solar energy, and temperature control. Lower monthly bills—how can you say no to that?Enjoy the comfort of your home. Avoid crowds, uncomfortable seats, and the rising cost of going to the movies. Design a dedicated home theater with rumbling chairs, kick-ass sound, and …


  6. SmartCar Memory Stick for LapTop Transfer Data By Lance Winslow
    With the new technology used to transfer information to from your digital camera to your laptop or PC using memory sticks which hold significant amounts of data it appears such technology will be perfect for net-centric cars. Where all the data is stored in a black box situation as many cars now have these features already. If you were in an accident your memory stick would be connected to a USB output. The officer could immediately put the memory stick into his computer and determine fault or…


  7. Introduction To ISDN, Part II By Chris Bryant
    In the previous ISDN article, we looked at how and why one router dials another using ISDN. Just as important is knowing what keeps the link up once it is dialed.Why? Because ISDN acts as a phone call between two routers, and it's billed that way to your client. The two routers that are connected by this phone call may be located in different area codes, so now we're talking about a long distance phone call.If your ISDN link does not have a reason to disconnect, the connection could theore…


  8. Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab: Why You Need An ISDN Simulator By Chris Bryant
    ISDN is a vital topic for today's CCNA and CCNP candidates, especially for the ICND and Intro exams - you've got to know ISDN inside and out to pass those exams. Naturally you want to include it in your home lab. What many candidates don't realize is that you can't connect two Cisco routers directly via their Basic Rate Interface (BRI) interfaces you've got to have another device between them called an ISDN simulator.An ISDN simulator is not one of those software programs pretending to be rout…


  9. Lives With Games Tradition and Industry By Gab Thom
    The United States Of America citizen feels that games is a part of their life while developed countries such as the United Kingdom and Japan would feels that Games is high prospects to gain profit either in domestic level or internationally. Games is very influence in human life at this time. Games means in reference to computer, Console video such as playstation, PDA and also Telephone Hand-sets.ISDA ( Interactive Digital Software Associations ) has made analysis about two years ago and found…


  10. Computer Geeks and Garden Gnomes By Andy Staveley
    First and foremost before I begin my ranting it is worth mentioning that there are many very helpful and considerate people out there in the cyber wilderness who devote much of their time to providing open source and free scripts of all variations from PHP, CGI and Java to name but a few. They provide dedicated support, do not insist on payment, and spend much of their free time helping you avoid having to part with your hard earned cash to get free programs and scripts up and running on your …


  11. Is Desktop Search Deserving? By Jakob Jelling
    Google, in their march to stay ahead of the pack of competition, has released Google Desktop Search. With Microsoft's MSN in the lead position and nipping at Google's heels, and Google's new shareholders to please, Google has more incentive than ever to deploy technology both better than the other guy's, and sooner. After all, the first to get loaded to the desktop is more likely to build and retain user loyalty.Google Desktop Search allows you to search within various types of files on your c…


  12. Some Thoughts on Choosing a Flash MP3 Player By Vince Capocci
    Flash mp3 players come with an exciting array of features, and can be used for more than playing music while you cycle at the gym. Here are some things to think about when purchasing a flash mp3 player, which might make the difference between your choice becoming an indispensable tool, or just another gadget.The first consideration in choosing a flash mp3 player is the type of port through which the memory will flow. High-speed USB ports (USB 2) are by far the fastest, transmitting 480 Mbps. F…


  13. Keeping the Windows Registry Operational By Tim Lee
    The registry is where the computer stores information about the configuration of the system and the programs installed so that the operating system can use them.Regularly maintaining the registry is a basic requirement. Fixing problems after they occur is harder than preventing them in the first place. Windows registry problems can cause crashes, slow performance and error messages.If you:- Install or uninstall software on a regular basis- have not removed software correctly- have embedded Spy…


  14. A Peek Into the Near Future of Electronics Technology By Terry Mitchell
    How long do you think DVDs have around? 20 years? 10 years? Actually, they have only been around for about seven years, but it seems like they have been around much longer. Many of us can hardly remember life before DVDs. That can be attributed to how rapidly we can become acclimated to some innovations in electronics technology. I believe there are other electronics technologies, either just getting ready to take off, not widely available yet, or just around the corner, that are going to beco…


  15. Email Spell Check and Recommended Protocol By Lance Winslow
    Have you ever re-read an email thread between yourself and another; perhaps a business associate or friend? Many of us do this to look at the previous question to see what the exact reason for a statement was, as sometimes we do not recall the actual meaning of the entire conversation. Every once in a while you will notice that your email thread was changed somewhat and you think, “Hey, I never said that?”Indeed maybe you didn’t. You might think that you have a virus in your email program or c…


  16. The Newbie's Guide to Personal Computer Maintenance By Austin Culley
    When you turn on your computer, does it act like it needs a coffee to wake up? When you surf around the Internet, are you bombarded with pop-up windows? Does your computer freeze up or turn off for no apparent reason?Before you decide to throw your monitor out of the nearest window, there may be a number of solutions to fix these problems that won't require you having a degree in computer technology.There are two primary ways to maintain your computer's performance, and the maintenance should …


  17. How To Speed Up Your Aging PC And Make It Healthier Too By John Deprice
    With a little tweaking and with proper tools, you can get a faster, healthier PC, virtually immune to spyware infections and browser hijackers. How is this possible? Find out about the latest tools and how they work.System LifeGuard 2This simple to use product is designed to be used frequently to keep your PC running in perfect condition. Every time you use the internet or run programs on your computer - unwanted files and procedures are stored on your hard-disc.Regular computer use accumula…


  18. 10 Easy Steps to Speed Up Your Computer - Without Upgrading By Jim Shutes
    1. Empty the Temp directory regularly. To do this, make sure NO programs are open, and…a. In Windows 95, 98 or Me, go to C:\Windows\Temp and delete everything inside the Temp folder.b. In Windows 2000 or XP, make sure that you can see hidden folders. Go to C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp folder. Delete everything here.2. Empty the Temporary Internet Files regularly. Go to your Control Panel and double-click the Internet Options icon. Choose to Delete Cookies, and to…


  19. Sony PSP - Not Just For Games By Joe Light
    The Sony PSP is the most powerful handheld gaming platform currently on the market. But it is not only capable of running games. Its wide screen is very well suited for movie playback and it has the capabilities of playing audio with outstanding quality. Here are a couple of utilities which will help you bring your favourite songs and movies to you PSP.ImTOO DVD to PSP SuiteImTOO DVD to PSP Suite is a powerful DVD to PSP converter, extremely easy to use. This software succeeds in converting so…


  20. History of Linux By Bob Rankin
    "I know that Linux is an alternative to the Microsoft Windows operating system, but when and where did it originate, and why is it free?"A Really Brief History of UnixSometime in the mid 1960s, a bunch of geeks at AT&T's Bell Labs decided it would be fun to create a new operating system called Multics. (This was no small task, because computers at the time were about the size of a football field and two stories high.) Multics fizzled in 1969 when Bell cut the cord, but some of the geeks contin…


  21. Passing The CCNA And CCNP: Cisco Home Lab FAQ By Chris Bryant
    There is a real revolution today among CCNA and CCNP candidates. More and more of you are turning your back on "router simulators" and putting your own CCNA and/or CCNP Home Lab together, which is the best way to totally prepare to pass these tough Cisco exams.I get hundreds of emails every month from CCNA and CCNP candidate who are putting together their first lab or adding to their existing one. I'm always glad to help with suggestions, and I thought I'd list five common questions regardin…


  22. HDMI Switch: Insider's Guide By Jeff Su
    Background: The High Definition TV “experience” continues to drive manufacturers to offer truly digital devices. The days of analog video interfaces are limited. In previous articles, we touched on HDMI connections. It is clear that HD sources such as DVD players, Cable settop boxes, satellite boxes are transitioning to the HDMI standard. It is inevitable that future HD sources such as HD DVD players (HD or Blue Ray), and Playstation 3 will utilize HDMI as the interface standard. With all…


  23. Why Build Your Own Computer System By Jeff Heaton
    Have you ever thought about building your own computer system? Maybe you’ve heard friends talking about doing this sort of thing, but you were never sure what was involved. This article attempts to answer two questions. First, why would you want to build your own computer system? Secondly, how hard is it to do this?Why Build a Computer SystemFirst we will look at why you would want to build a computer system. There are three main reasons often cited for building a computer system. The first is…


  24. A Guide to Refurbished IBM Laptops By Max Bellamy
    IBM boasts a very large array of older and newer refurbished laptops on their website ibm.com. Look for “Notebooks: IBM Certified Used Equipment.” There you can buy any of dozens of models and variations, for hundreds of dollars less than new models. IBM inspects all of their returned laptops (including the batteries, as with most factory-refurbished laptops), makes sure they up and running at top speed, and repackages them for resale.Most IBM refurbished laptops are ThinkPad A-series or T-ser…


  25. Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 4 of 5) By Brett Griffin
    Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the choices these days, you may feel like, “Where do I start?!”In part 4 of our 5 part article, we the discuss "do I really need an HDTV?"---Right now, stations are moving towards HDTV programming. Although available for free over the air in major metropolitan areas, this process will take a few years to fully unfold. To be honest, an HDTV, plus components, plus the service can add up. But, if you are ready for top-notch quality… then dive in…






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