• Microsoft TechFest: ‘Surface’ Upgrade Projects Images Beyond The Screen

    We’re big fans of of Microsoft Surface, the interactive multitouch tabletop that acts a bit like an iPhone on a much larger scale (though the technology used is completely different). In fact, we like the Surface so much that we’re one of the few private organizations to actually have one. So today when I saw some new technology may well work itself into a future version of… Read More

  • MySpace Inches Closer To Offering Full-Fledged Webmail Service

    Last month we reported that MySpace was planning to launch a webmail service – a move that could instantly make it one of the web’s largest Email providers (provided a substantial portion of its users took advantage of the feature). Today we’ve received a number of tips that MySpace has introduced some new messaging features that indicate that the transition is well underway. Read More

  • Browser-based ‘Quake Live’ public beta today [UPDATE]

    Previously invite-only, the public beta of Quake Live – Quake III in your browser! – will open today. A countdown timer on the website indicates that we’ll all be able to “frag” each other, as you kids say, at around 11:00 PM Eastern tonight. Let’s all go fragging together, shall we? Read More

  • Video Review: Argosy HV675 MediaPlay

    Short Version: The HV675 walks the line between ease of use and speed when it comes to getting video content from your computer onto your TV. There’s no complicated networking to set up, no CDs or DVDs to burn, and most readily-available file formats will work just fine. Read More

  • Review: Belkin Powerline AV+ Starter Kit

    My Problem: I needed internet connectivity in my garage, which is the only thing on the first level of my house. Thing is, my garage seems to be built like a friggin’ faraday cage – the wireless signals just don’t survive the journey through whatever freaky space age insulation they used during construction. The router and modem are on the second level, and running… Read More

  • UK Government lights a torch for open-source

    The Government has made a step-change in policy towards open-source IT. In a publication today, Tom Watson MP, Minister for Digital Engagement, has effectively said that open source solutions are going to be given far greater opportunity at government level. That means a number of thiings, not least of which is the opportunity for companies outside the usual coorporate IT structures to pitch… Read More

  • Microsoft TechFest: 'Surface' Upgrade Projects Images Beyond The Screen

    We’re big fans of of Microsoft Surface, the interactive multitouch tabletop that acts a bit like an iPhone on a much larger scale (though the technology used is completely different). In fact, we like the Surface so much that we’re one of the few private organizations to actually have one. So today when I saw some new technology may well work itself into a future version of… Read More

  • A case for why Apple's not going to produce an inexpensive Mac

    Apple has been a niche company for years that has survived by selling a few computers with a high mark-up instead of the industry norm of cheap systems at high volume numbers. It has worked so far, so why would the company deviate from the established path? It [probably] won’t. Read More

  • Disable Tabs on Top in the Safari 4 Beta

    Here’s how to disable the Tabs on Top feature in Safari 4. Open Terminal in OS X and type: defaults write com.apple.Safari DebugSafari4TabBarIsOnTop -bool NO Read More

  • Want to enable 1password in the Safari 4 Beta? Here's how.

    After weeks of dealing with Firefox running like a pile of hot garbage on both of my Macs, I made the jump over to the Safari 4 Beta as soon as word of it broke this morning. All was well until I went to go log in to pay my gas bill, when I suddenly realized that I had no idea what the passwords were for my less frequently used services. 1password keeps track of all that junk for me, and… Read More

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