Gamers and video graphics enthusiasts should be excited about recent news that has been appearing about the AMD HD 7000 series of video cards, which as of now, still remain a mystery. The recent reports show photographs of the AMD Radeon HD 7900 “Tahiti” prototype, which would include 12 different memory chips, 384-bit memory, and 32-bit GDDR5. As with all speculative rumors, no one can be sure what the HD 7900 will have to offer to retail customers upon release, but the images of the prototype
I recently published a video on YouTube about false computerized phone calls and identity theft. Interestingly enough, Corrine over at SecurityGarden reports that Microsoft removed one of their Gold Certified Partners over a very similar issue: telephone scams.
This is true:
It is important to understand that being a Microsoft Partner, in any shape, whether Certified or Gold Certified, does not mean that the company represents Microsoft. Rather, it merely means that the
Updated 10-05-2011 at 03:12 AM by Mike
The question has come to me in the past: A distant relic of a time gone by. But today, it is a featured story on both PCWorld and Digg. This is an age old question for computer users by now, and especially technicians.Mr. Lincoln Spector from PCWorld writes:
Call me a tree-hugger if you must, but I see no reason to keep a computer on when it's not in use. That wastes electricity, which is bad for your pocketbook and bad for the planet. And it's probably bad for the computer.
Updated 11-30-2011 at 07:44 AM by Mike
ESET Smart Security 5 February 2012 Review: ESET Smart Security 5 Original 2011 Review: ESET Smart Security 5 is the latest version of ESET's full system protection suite. It includes the components of NOD32, as well as strong prevention against Viruses, Worms, Trojan horses, Rootkits, Adware, Spyware, Potentially unsafe applications, Potentially unwanted applications,
Updated 02-17-2012 at 04:41 AM by Mike
Paying by the Gigabyte and Getting Locked In
The greatest fraud ever perpetrated against consumers may exist at the old offices of Enron, or maybe some Federal Reserve banks. But here in the United States, it has not been uncommon to see cellphone companies gouge customers under the excuse that they are investing massively in new cellphone towers and infrastructure. Customers have dealt with that for decades. But the latest changes should get anyone fuming. The major cellphone companies,
Updated 09-12-2011 at 06:58 PM by Mike