In this episode of “The Real Hustle”, Hustler Jess is planning to go to a computer store and steal all the software using a portable hard drive. Will she be successful? Watch the video to find out!
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–How to Reduce Firefox’s Memory Usage? We all know it, Firefox is a memory hog. Here’s a good article listing simple steps you can take to bring down the amount of RAM FF takes. –Test Driving the $100 Laptop’s Interface (Slideshow) As the One Laptop Per Child project works toward a release this year of what […]
Here’s a funny video from the now defunct TechTV show “The Screen Savers” in which Leo Laporte and Martin Sargent discuss an infamous satire article from Adequacy.org. You probably consider yourself at home a good parent. You encourage your children to participate in team sports. You attend your teenager’s party to ensure there’s no alcohol […]
While randomly browsing the Web this morning, I stumbled across this very cool, UFO-looking, concept mobile named “The Intruder”. The thing, which features a round, swiveling 220×176-pixel display, may look very nice at a first glance, but can you imagine yourself sending an SMS via that circular keypad? Don’t forget that this is a concept […]
According to a new survey that was recently conducted by Hitwise, an Internet metrics firm, nearly two-thirds (64%) of U.S. searches went through Google last March, up from 58% just a year before. Is anyone surprised by this? I would have thought that Google would have had a larger share of the search market, but hey, […]
–Run Applications In Compatibility Mode In Vista Vista is all pretty and shiny, but unfortunately, it is not very adamant when the time to run old programs comes. If you desperately need to install something that Vista frowns upon, you can always try to execute it in Compatibility Mode. –Big Rocks First: Double Your Productivity This […]
They’re evil; they’re nasty; we hate them; and we’re still pissed at Sony for bringing them into the limelight. Rootkits. Ugly bits of malware code that dig deep into your OS kernel, there to hide and do their nefarious business beneath the radar of your average AV program. Sony’s ill-thought out rootkit served to ‘protect’ […]