A nift tutorial from The Screen Savers pointing out a fairly straight forward method for hacking your windows xp start button – adding custom text to the start menu button, and adding pictures to the start menu button.Read More

This is a short video created in the Apple 2 (or Mac 2) computers released in 1988. It’s called the Pencil-Test. Thus goes to show that even in the early days we had some fairly impressive graphics; makes you think that we have progressed very little over the years.Read More

Here are several apple ads that promote the Macintosh computers, and notebooks. These ads date back to 1984 from the release of the Apple Lisa. These ads are fairly interesting to watch as Apple tries to force negative images about Windows and IBM. Something they still are doing to thisRead More

A very interesting and creative Firefox commercial. It used to be a small open source project a few years back, now it’s taking over Microsoft Internet Explorer, quite cool if you think about it.Read More

A petaflop…what’s a petaflop? That might be the questions that you’re asking yourself if you’re not a technologically minded person. A petaflop means that a computer is running one thousand trillion calculations per second. For those who do like to keep up with technology, a petaflop is a term youRead More

There are certain areas in our world today that have been shaped by just a handful of people. The computer technology of the world is one of those key markets, where just a few men and women have changed the very way we carry on our lives. Sure there haveRead More

The ‘dot-com’ era is going to be receiving a major shift in the next year. When you type a web address into your browser, you always automatically end it with .com, .net, .org, or .gov. But with changes in the structure of domain registration that all will be changing. IcannRead More

Copying ideas has been around aslong as capitalism has been dominant. If a creation is finding success, than a copycat is lurking in the corner ready to strike on the success. The latest trend has been with social networking; you can’t question five people with atleast finding one that doesn’tRead More

Ok, so it’s not an “official” week, but we’ve all had enough time with Cuil to gather first impressions. Like so many other bloggers out there, Cuil is a mixed bag at best thus far. While there are some pretty cool features with Cuil even some Google hasn’t implemented, thereRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Possessing an Apple iMac (20-inch, 2.4GHz) is worth a million dollars. It cannot be called a simple personal computer. This 20-inch” display PC offers a lot more features that any other Windows-based PC owners can only dreamRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The Sony VAIO TP1 is an extraordinary product from Sony. Its unique design and attractive features make it a stylish home-theatre PC for your living room. The round shape of the VAIO TP1 will catch the eyesRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The Acer Aspire 4710 will attract you with its one and only feature – its price. It costs only $599. Do you wonder about the possibility of making a laptop for such a price? Yes, it isRead More

The HP Pavilion Elite m9040n is one among the elite choices of PC desktops. HP’s Pavilion Elite m9040n comes with a lot of improvements from the earlier HP desktops. It is available for $1,190. This desktop PC features an integrated remote control receiver and a wireless networking antenna. With theseRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The Voodoo Envy M: 152 is the latest 15-inch gaming notebook from HP’s latest acquisition, Voodoo. It comes with a 1GB or 2 GB DDR2 memory, with a maximum of 4 GB and costs upwards of $3600.Read More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. The Sony VAIO CR120 gives you all the high-end features of a Sony product at an affordable price. It has a sleek design and glossy finish with LEDs that you can program to glow even when theRead More

The Qosmio line from Toshiba is well known for its top of the line home theatre features. Toshiba’s Qosmio F-45-AV412 is one of its most touted laptops and offers a host of multimedia extras. The Qosmio F-45-AV412 has a sophisticatedly severe, but simple look. The laptop is two-toned – itRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. There was a pleasant surprise for all users of YouTube. It’s time now for everyone to start minting with the videos you upload. An announcement was made at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland by ChadRead More

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Google’s mailing service Gmail which took off like a rocket which was available only on invitation, now stands open to all. Gmail provides each user nearly 2.8 GB of memory space which increases with every single secondRead More

At Microsoft’s headquarters last week, they held an internal science fair that had companies buzzing about the headquarters to get a heads up on what is being produced by Microsoft. This internal science fair also gives researchers, scientists, and many other companies the chance to not only advertise the productsRead More

Apple breaks through the computer industry in 1984 as Steve Jobs amazes the crowd of computer lovers, businessmen, and nerds. Although, this technology may look primitive please keep in mind that this was in 1984. And after 24 years we still haven’t experienced anything this remarkable, in comparison to one’sRead More

Many people across the world enjoy the use of their video cameras as well as the digital technology that has become known in many still cameras across the board. But who doesn’t enjoy this same use of their digital cameras? Many people know the value of a good digital cameraRead More

Microsoft usually hosts the TechFest program to allow insiders and those working within Microsoft groups to take a look at some major goals of Microsoft when it comes to the area of research. Normally, the TechFest program is a big hit and is looked forward to by Microsoft employees asRead More