Vista Users – Trouble with Firefox

Mozilla rolled out Firefox 2.0.0.8 a few days ago, being a version which was supposed to patch approximately 200 glitches. Although it fixed most of them, it appears that it also caused some others making the application a little buggy. However, Mike Beltzner of Mozilla wrote on the company’s blog that Firefox 2.0.0.9 is currently […]

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EA wants Single Game Platform

Just one open platform would likely remove a lot of the headaches that now plague both gamers and developers, said Gerhard Florin, Electronics Arts senior executive in charge of international publishing. “We want an open, standard platform which is much easier than having five which are not compatible,” Florin said during the interview.  “We’re platform […]

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Mac OS X Leopard

A Leopard is set to join the Apple family, the latest in a string of animal-named products aimed at taking a bite out of the competition. Apple calls Mac OS X Leopard its biggest operating system upgrade ever. At $129, it’s due in stores Oct. 26 and promises 300 new features. Leopard, which replaces OS […]

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iPhone open for developers

In an apparent about-face, Apple Inc. will allow third-party applications to work directly on the iPhone, Chief Executive Steve Jobs said in a posting on the company’s Web site Wednesday. Apple infuriated developers and some iPhone users when it issued a software update Sept. 27 that disabled unofficial programs installed on the handsets. Until Wednesday, […]

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Ceatec

Japan’s largest electronics show, Ceatec, was certainly no let down this month. It provided visitors a chance to catch some world-first technology, like a 3-millimeter thick TV, a laptop with super-charged graphics processing and new high-def video recorders. The show has grown greatly over the last few years and this year hit a milestone: attendance […]

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ATI Promises Performance Gain

ATI notified DailyTech of the availability of a new beta driver for Windows Vista intended to improve the performance of ATI cards in single and CrossFire modes. The new driver is being called the Catalyst 7.10 “Shoot Em Up” driver by ATI. The “Shoot Em Up” driver makes big promises of a 5-23% performance gain […]

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XP SP3 Specifics

News on Microsoft’s aging Windows XP operating system has surprisingly been coming in at a steady pace over the past few weeks. Although Windows Vista is Microsoft’s current bread-and-butter consumer operating system, there is still much love to go around for Windows XP. In late September, DailyTech reported that Microsoft is providing XP downgrades for […]

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Vista on Zero RAM

That’s right! Windows Vista can run using a total of zero system memory. Well, bear with me, it will all make sense in the end. When it first introduced Windows Vista, Microsoft faced criticism because of the system requirements associated with the new platform. And the truth of the matter is that Vista is nothing […]

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IE7 for Everyone

Microsoft delivered the first update to Internet Explorer 7 in approximately a year since the version of the browser was initially made available for Windows XP SP2 and Windows Server 2003. Along with some minor tweaks to the graphical user interface and a revamped first-run experience and overview, on top of a redesigned online tour […]

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Recover Firefox Sessions

Web-mail users and bloggers know too well the folly of inputting text into a browser window. It’s very easy to close out a session while composing a message, lose everything, and be left scrambling to retype the e-mail or post. Firefox offers a fix. By tweaking the agile browser’s settings, previous sessions are easily restored, […]

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