Well today was the big day, the day that thousands of users said that they would be quitting Facebook. Although my personal beliefs are that very few have followed through, it has brought quite a laugh to other social network users.
The Tesla is one of the most advanced electric vehicles on the market. Its two-door roadster is an amazing machine that can go from 0-60 mph in just 3.7 seconds. The range of the roadster using battery power only is some 244 miles. Unfortunately, this …continue reading
An innovative bicycle-powered water pump, created by a student at the University of Sheffield, has proved a huge success and is now in regular production in Guatemala, transforming the lives of rural residents.
Jon Leary, 24, a MEng student in the University’s Department of Mechanical …continue reading
In the study, published in the current issue of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s arts and sciences journal Leonardo, UBC researcher Steve DiPaola argues that Rembrandt may have pioneered …continue reading
Scientists using tiny particles of genetic material to interfere in the replication process of the deadly Ebola virus have successfully prevented monkeys exposed to that virus from dying of hemorrhagic fever. The proof-of-concept study, published in this week’s issue of The Lancet, suggests that …continue reading
With all the shortcuts available in Word 2007, it’s difficult to remember most of them. Fortunately, you don’t need to! Word 2007 makes it simple to access shortcuts when you don’t remember them.
Just hold down the ALT key and within a second or two …continue reading
Get your Web security, network perimeter security, and application layer security gateway up and running smoothly. This indispensible, single-volume reference details the features and capabilities of Microsoft Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG). You’ll gain the real-world insights, implementation and configuration best practices, and …continue reading
Early this morning Skype released an update to their popular iPhone application. This update now allows Skype users to make voice calls over their carrier’s 3G network, allowing you to make phone calls on Skype from just about anywhere.
This all comes after a couple …continue reading
In what is going to be disturbing news to those who are storing their precious photos, videos or data on CD or DVD, it seems that the disks could become useless in 5 years or less. It was always assumed that CD and DVD disks …continue reading
What should be a very interesting case to follow, involves a woman who is suing Google for what she claims was bad directions she was given by Google maps. What is also of interest is that the woman was using what she claims were walking …continue reading
Health problems and the internet were never meant to go together. An ever recurring problem surfaces when a person happens to type some of their symptoms in their favorite search engine. Something as simple as tapping “flu-like symptoms, pain in shoulder” into Google will return …continue reading
Microsoft Bing is rumored to replace Google in the next version of the iPhone operating system to be released in June, mulitple sources, including a high level source who claims to have been briefed on the matter. We’re not calling this more than a rumor …continue reading
The folks at Microsoft have a huge task before them, since they are intent on destroying every trace of Internet Explorer 6 from the planet. Their problem is going to be monumental since Internet Explorer 6 is the second most popular browser in the world. …continue reading
Apple’s iPad WiFi version was launched in the United States at the start of April and within one month over one million units had been sold to Americans waiting to get their hands on the latest touch-screen tech on the market. The iPad is the …continue reading
At first blush, the Microsoft Tag program sounds incredibly familiar to another program of roughly 10 years ago. The company was called Digital Convergence Corporation, and the idea seemed extremely logical and useful. Was it a case of a product before its time, or is …continue reading
I just watched President Giveaway claim full responsibility for BP’s oil spill, stating that the buck stopped with him.
Gee, thanks, Bub. About six weeks after the explosion that sank the rig, polluting the place worse than the Exxon Valdez, the president takes …continue reading