If you haven’t already noticed, the blog hasn’t been updated as often as usual in the last two days. The reason for this is that one of my exchange servers has gone dead, and I’m currently busy rebuilding it. For all you exchange admins out there, here’s a little bit of wisdom: ESEUtil can be [...]
-A More Secure Home WiFi Design Tim over at DCOT has recently published a great article on how to boost the security of your home WLAN. Definitely worth the read if you are feeling concerned about villains accessing your network wirelessly. -Top 10 Ubuntu applications “Today we’ve chosen our favorite ten Ubuntu software applications that [...]
Just watch and be amazed. Microsoft’s SeaDragon project will change the way you look at photos forever. Seadragon is an incubation project resulting from the acquisition of Seadragon Software in February. Its aim is nothing less than to change the way we use screens, from wall-sized displays to mobile devices, so that visual information can [...]
By Rob Dunn Contributing Writer, [GAS] In parallel with the upcoming release of Halo 3, Microsoft is releasing a special edition Zune, replete with Halo-themed “circuitry” graphics and loads of game related content preloaded on the device. Music: Halo Original Soundtrack – Complete Album Halo 2 Original Soundtrack, Volume 1 – All tracks by Marty [...]
Have you ever run into a situation where you wanted to delete a file, but Windows simply wouldn’t allow you to do it? Personally, these things happen to me all the time, especially when I’m at a client’s house trying to get their machine clean of malware. Have you ever tried deleting a locked file [...]
Here is a video presenting the highlights of the joint onstage appearance of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs at the D5 Conference that took place yesterday near San Diego, California. For those of you who are interested in watching the full interview (Over an hour long), keep on reading.
Yep, it’s that time of the month again. The folks at Microsoft have just released seven new security bulletins as part of their monthly patch cycle. They have also updated their Malicious Software Removal Tool. Here are the details: -MS07-023: Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Excel Could Allow Remote Code Execution (934233) – Max Severity: Critical -MS07-024: Vulnerabilities [...]
Apple has the iPhone, and Microsoft the… oFone? Yep, you read that right. Microsoft showed off at Mix yesterday a breakthrough new technology device, the Windows Mobile oPhone. Designed to compete with Apple’s iPhone, the oPhone is a fold out variable device with three different usable surfaces and a circular display. The oPhone, in standard [...]
The folks at Microsoft have recently unveiled a new “Touch-Desk” concept at the Convergence 2007 conference in San Diego, California. If the technology works as presented in this next video, it could revolutionize the way we all work in a near future. Enjoy the show!
Everyone knows that if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is. But that doesn’t stop shady resellers from offering Windows XP at eye-popping prices with a plausible sounding story that even suckered one very popular Windows newsletter. It’s an awesome deal… until you end up in court getting your ass sued [...]
Microsoft has just released Beta 1.0 of Silverlight, a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. You could say that Silverlight is Microsoft’s attempt to produce a flash killer. For now, the plugin is only compatible with Windows and OSX, but a [...]
There has been some speculation in recent weeks that Microsoft was planning to making a phone based on the Zune. I know what you’re thinking…didn’t Apple come up with a similar idea awhile back? I think it’s called the iPhone. EnGadget pointed toward an article on seattlepi.com today that suggests that these reports may be [...]