IPv6 Explained

The researchers who are currently working on the new generation of gears that makes the Internet turn have been on the job for years, but recently, corporate giants such as Microsoft and Apple have been forcing the integration of this new Internet technology in their products: IPv6, the protocol that has already started to power […]

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30 Days With Linux

The folks at [H] Consumer have recently spent 30 days with Linux to see what the open-source OS currently has to offer to average PC users. Is Linux a viable alternative to Windows for Mr. and Mrs. Everybody? The [H] team has its own take on the subject, but I’d be curious to read what you guys […]

Windows Vista Cracked?

This is everywhere in the news this morning. It appears that Windows Vista has been officially cracked! From what I have read up to now, the crack seems to be working by emulating certain vendor-specific information at the BIOS level, effectively circumventing product activation altogether. Microsoft allows large hardware manufacturers (e.g. ASUS, HP, Dell) to ship […]

Welcome to [GAS] 2.0!

Hello Everyone! We’d like to welcome you all to the new and (we hope) improved [GAS]. This little project of ours has taken a long time to realize, but after a few long months of procrastination, we finally arrived at our destination. As you can see, [GAS] 2.0 is definitely a big step up from […]