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Internet icon Internet | Firefox can break up your relationship
This is one of the funniest (saddest?) stories I've read in a while. It's funny because it's a story, in the form of a bug report. I'll let the following quote explain it.
"This privacy flaw has caused my fiancé and I to break-up after having dated for 5 years.

Basically, we share one computer but under separate Windows XP user accounts. We both use Mozilla Firefox -- well, he used to use it more than I do but now we don't really use it. The privacy flaw is this: when he went to log-in under his dating sites (jdate.com, swinglifestyle.com, adultfriendfinder.com, etc.), Mozilla promptly asks whether or not he'd like Firefox to save the passwords for him. He chose never, obviously. However, when he logged off his user account, and I logged onto my Windows XP account X amount of days later, I decided to use Firefox because hey -- it loaded everything much more efficiently, was better to work on with website designs and is a lot more stable than IE7beta2."
So essentially, Firefox broke them up. Via Digg laughing
Wednesday 2006-03-22 10:31 am by GideonX


Internet icon Internet | Engadget caught for stealing?
There's a lot of talk currently of Engadget posting content without giving proper credit. Dapreview have screenshot proof of a before and after shot of Engadget removing their watermark wassat
"As you can see, the original post on Engadget (as it appeared briefly on the front page) included a link to DAPreview and the picture from DAPreview, including a blue version of our logo. We had no problem with this. In fact, we appreciate the support, since it sends traffic our way and brings new people to DAPreview.

However, on the revised version of the same story, the link to DAPreview was removed and it has a chopped version of our picture with the DAPreview logo cut out. We do have a problem with this. They have deliberately circumvented a credit to DAPreview. Instead, the story now links to another blog (mobilemag) that covered our story. This is equivalent to ripping us off."
And it seems it isn't just Dapreview getting the shaft, Ohgizmo has a story to tell too.
Tuesday 2006-03-21 01:50 pm by GideonX


Software icon Software | Windows XP on Mac success!
Someone finally did it!
"Contest has been won - updates to follow shortly. All further donations will go into an account to sustain the open source project that will be launched with the initial solution."
Their site is getting hammered, so here's a local link to download the instructions on how to do it.
Thursday 2006-03-16 01:43 pm by GideonX


Technology icon Technology | It's the robocarp!
Those crazy Japanese and their love for robots smile
Thursday 2006-03-16 10:30 am by GideonX


Affiliates icon Affiliates | Weds hardware roundup
Some light reading for this morning.
Coolink SWiF Fans & Silent Savior Review @ MODTHEBOX
Antec P150 Case Review @ Bjorn3D
Saitek ST90 Joystick @ ThinkGaming
BlueTake BT400 G5 Bluetooth Headset Review @ TTZ
Cooler Master Centurion 530 ATX Chassis Review @ VH
LG L1981Q 19-inch LCD Review @ Designtechnica
CoolerMaster Centurion 532 Case Review @ XYZ Computing
Silverstone Strider ST56F 560W PSU @ Techgage
Mushkin 2GB XP2-5300 3-3-3 @ techPowerUp!
Zalman VF900 Cu GPU Cooler @ Pro-Clockers
Logitech G5 Gaming Mouse @ CaseModGod.com
AVerMedia Reviews @ Bigbruin.com
ASUS EN7800GT TOP Silent Review @ Beyond3D
Wednesday 2006-03-15 11:21 am by GideonX


Security icon Security | Debit card crime ring busted
Over the past few weeks, many banks have been re-issuing debit cards due to fraud. There wasn't any word as to how this happen, but customers were seeing random charges appear out of no where. That's about to stop real soon since 14 suspects have been arrested.
"Law enforcement officials in New Jersey have arrested 14 people in connection with a crime spree that has forced banks across the nation to replace hundreds of thousands of debit cards.

The suspects, all U.S. citizens, are accused of using stolen credit and debit card information to produce counterfeit cards that were used to make fraudulent purchases and withdrawals from card-holder accounts, Hudson County Prosecutor Edward DeFazio said. Most of the arrests were made during the past two weeks.

Some of the stolen credit card information came from the office-supply chain OfficeMax and other businesses, DeFazio told CNET News.com on Monday. "We had cooperation from the security people from many victimized businesses," he said."
Reported by C|Net.
Wednesday 2006-03-15 10:30 am by GideonX


Internet icon Internet | Amazon to Offer Movie Downloads?
So it's still unconfirmed and Amazon have not really gone out yet, but the reality is viable and well, ju
"Amazon.com is negotiating with three major movie studios about offering digital downloads of films and TV programs, according to reports Friday.

Both The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal cited unidentified sources who claimed the Seattle-based e-tailer is in talks with Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, and Warner Brothers about debuting a service that will sell downloads of movies that can be saved on a PC or burned on a DVD."
Read more about it, here.
Saturday 2006-03-11 04:02 pm by RaDragon


Gaming icon Gaming | Nintendo Lite Priced under 200 USD.
Well, it's still priced less than a PSP, but then again, you can't compare an NDS to a PSP!
According to our contacts on the ground, some of Japan's largest retailers (such as Yodobashi and BIC Camera) were unable to maintain reservation lists for their customers for the first time ever.

Nintendo DS Price Correction US$ 199.90

The now officially confirmed number of units shipping is even lower than what was reported earlier by various industry sources, especially considering that the Nintendo DS is constantly sold out in Japan since shortly after Christmas, with Nintendo being unable to produce enough units to satisfy the market.

Get more information here
Thursday 2006-03-09 12:49 am by RaDragon


Hardware icon Hardware | DIY: Upgrade your Intel Mac
Don't bother waiting for your Intelised Mac to be upgraded, when you can do it yourself, according to this article anyway.
"There's an upside to Apple's decision to use bog-standard PC chips. Mac owners don't have to wait for the aftermarket to produce custom boards to rev their machines. And they don't have to sit idling in front of roadblocks set up by Apple, either.

No sooner had the single core Mac Mini rolled onto the market, then an enterprising hardware hacker has given it a professional upgrade - using standard Intel chips."
Monday 2006-03-06 07:54 pm by RaDragon


Hardware icon Hardware | Microsoft Project Origami
Here's a video of Microsoft's Project Origami handheld. If the video is genuine, I want one.
"Imagery of circuitry, clouds and office buildings has sparked rumors that Microsoft may be readying a new mobile communications device. Company evangelist and blogger Robert Scoble says he was unaware of the Origami Project site, but hints: "I do know that Origami is the code-name for a new kind of device. Oh, heck, here come the NDA police, gotta go!"

Scoble's comments may refer to a prototype handheld device demoed at COMDEX in 2001 by National Semiconductor."
So with all the hooplah, what exactly is it? Well, judge for yourself or wait until March 2nd. wink
Monday 2006-02-27 10:40 pm by GideonX


Gaming icon Gaming | EA Black Gun code revealed
There is a gun (BFG) in the new EA Black game that lets you blow up just about everything. It was given only to people who pre-ordered the game. Looks like someone found the congratulations page on their website.

In case that page goes down, here's the code: 5SQQ-STHA-ZFFV-7XEV
Friday 2006-02-24 12:12 pm by GideonX


Affiliates icon Affiliates | Friday news fill-er-up
Some light friday reading for you folks.

Ultra Products X-Finity 600W Power Supply @ PCApex
Noctua & Coolink Heatpipe Coolers reviewed @ MetkuMods
XKROMA ATX Chrome Case @ ThinkComputers
PowerColor X1300 HyperMemory™ 2 @ Bjorn3D
Cooler Master CM Stacker 830 @ Trusted Reviews
Scythe KAMA-BAY Bay Cooler @ Pro-Clockers
Lapinator vs. Lapinator Plus Laptop Desk Comparison @ VH
Thermaltake Blue Orb II Review @ Techgage
Western Digital Raptor X WD1500AHFD Hard Drive Review @ XYZ Computing
Foxconn WinFast 6150K8MA-8EKRS @ HotHardware
CPU Heatsink Roundup Q1 2006 @ Madshrimps
Friday 2006-02-24 12:02 pm by GideonX


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