Sprint Nextel provided law enforcement agencies with customer location data more than 8 million times between September 2008 and October 2009
This is an incredible animation video. http://fc01.deviantart.com/fs13/f/20...alanbecker.swf
Second funniest video
Third funniest video - if you are a geek.
Next time you think you are having a bad day, watch this.
Here's a trick to increase the power of your wireless network, if you have a wired network (ethernet cables running throughout the home), you can set up a second wireless router or access point. To do this, you could buy 2 routers and turn one into an access point by disabling DHCP, connecting it by wire to your main router, and making its IP address different than the main router. Alternatively you could buy an Access Point and connect it by wire to your other router. Put each wireless device on
1. Click "Start" and type "Fix Net" and press enter to let windows try to diagnose and repair problems.
2. Verify network drivers are up to date for your adapter... (upgrading may
use old Vista drivers that are not compatible with 7) Click Start and type
"Device Manager" and look for any driver errors.. usually a yellow triangle.
3. Click Start and type and enter "ev" and it will run the Event Viewer. Look
under Custom at the
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Mcrosoft selling crapware-free PCs in its stores
The computers at Microsoft Stores don't have the crapware that Windows PCs typically come with, but they still have an assortment of Microsoft and Adobe software. Most controversially, they include Windows Live Essentials and Microsoft Security Essentials. http://arstechnica.com/microsoft/new...its-stores.ars