Michael Arrington of Techcrunch today gave an update on their pet project to build a sub-$200 touchscreen tablet, named Crunchpad. This prototype B, now has a fully functional webkit browser running on Ubuntu with a Via Nano processor – 1 GB Ram and 4 GB flash drive. Though it looks a bit bulky on
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Not many Windows users know this, but the Windows OS has an on-screen keyboard utility. This utility can be accessed by going to Start > Run, and then typing in ‘osk’ (without quotes) and clicking “Ok.”
Benefits of this feature include:
Visibility – This is the
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If you don’t know what I mean by “Auto complete” it is the feature in Outlook that finishes what you are typing. For example, when I am about to type out an address in the “To” field of an email it will show me a list of matches as I type:
Unfortuantely these addresses are
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In the battle for dominance over virtualization VMWare has made another shot towards Microsoft. Today they have announced that an open source client will be released for VMWare servers.
This is big news since it will now allow third parties to port their client to other platforms such as thin clients, phones, and special
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The noise about Windows 7 is growing. If you haven’t heard, Windows 7 is the next version of Windows. Microsoft has said that it will be released fourth quarter 2009.
If Windows Vista is the Windows ME of the new millennium, then Windows 7 should be the Windows XP. If you have ever used Windows
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