Monthly Archive for: ‘November, 2006’

USB Christmas Decorations

Get your computer and desk ready for the holiday season by picking up some neat USB Christmas decorations.  You’ll have the coolest desktop in the office (or at home)! Check out the USB Christmas Decoration Kit available for just $18.  It includes a string of colorful LED lights in the shape of little presents, a little Christmas hat (apparently for …

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MSN Integrates Pandora into New MSN Radio

Without much fuss or hype, Microsoft quietly launched a version of MSN Radio which is powered by Pandora.  This is an attempted effort by Microsft to keep up in the highly competitive online streaming music business. This new deal could potentially introduce millions of new users to Pandora, giving MSN a better shot at taking on their rivals and taking …

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Microsoft new AV client now in beta stage

Microsoft on Tuesday will take a step toward competing with McAfee and Symantec in the enterprise security market by releasing a beta version of its Forefront Client Security desktop software. The antivirus software has been in limited testing with several hundred Microsoft customers for months now, but as of Tuesday it will be widely available to testers who want an …

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Apple’s Sticking with the “Mac Guy”

There were rumours last week that Apple would be ditching the “Mac Guy” from their recent line of commercials, but actor Justin Long (aka the “Mac Guy”) insists that not only are they not letting him go, but he’s actually shooting some new commercials for them this week.  Umm, who cares?  Personally, I find the commercials silly and actually kind …

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Time Magazine Names YouTube “Best Invention of 2006”

What does Peter, a 79 year old World War II radar technician and Noah, the man who took a picture of himself every day for 6 years have in common? They were both common people who shared their life experiences on YouTube and became internationally famous. Time Magazine recently named YouTube “Best Invention of 2006”. Totally manipulating the word “Invention” …

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