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Google Chrome OS To Launch Within A Week

Google’s Chrome OS project, first announced in July, will become available for download within a week, we’ve heard from a reliable source. Google previously said to expect an early version of the OS in the fall.What can we expect? Driver support will likely be a weak point. We’ve heard at various times that Google has… Continue Reading …

Twitter Only Device Called Twitterpeek – Fact or Fiction?

*UPDATE: Twitterpeek now available here* As a “connected gadget guy” I had heard a few rumors that Peek (the company blissfully unaware that people generally do like BlackBerries, and I don’t much care that it’s on Oprah’s list – the future is smartphones and it isn’t slowing down anytime soon) was coming out with a… Continue Reading …

Smallest Light Bulb Ever

Is this the smallest light bulb ever? Shaped like a normal incandescent (filament) light bulb, it uses tiny Light Emitting Diodes (LED) and is the size of a credit card. Don’t even ask about the credit limit! Find out where to buy this little gadget at Gizmodo.

What is the next BIG thing for Microsoft?

At Microsoft’s Financial Analyst Meeting (FAM) last week, company officials shared a few tidbits about Microsoft System Center. System Center encompasses a variety of system-management tools that Microsoft sells to IT professionals who want to manage their Windows — and Linux/Unix — clients, servers, hypervisors and more. System Center is one of a handful of… Continue Reading …

Lenovo explains stolen and cracked Windows 7

Lenovo issued a statement to The Inquirer after Windows 7 Ultimate was cracked last week. An edited email says: “An ISO image (loaded on a Lenovo system) containing the Windows 7 RTM (release to manufacturing), OEM key and marker file, was stolen and placed on a hacker forum in China. The pirated OEM key is… Continue Reading …