Monthly Archives: January 2013

New Ruling Now Blocks Unlocked Smartphones

By on January 27, 2013

Have you ever wondered why smartphones online can cost up to $800 whereas inside the Wireless Carrier’s store its only $199? Wireless Carriers do this as an incentive to customers, so that … read more →

Microsoft’s possible investment in Dell

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With Dell’s attempted buyout news spreading across the net, more information is coming to light. Because of the stock prices, Dell might not have enough capital to cover the possibly, as large … read more →

Apple Dock for Windows!

By on January 22, 2013

What is RocketDock all about? RocketDock is a free program that allows you to have a dock just like on Apple computers. You can drag and drop programs right into the dock … read more →

Secure phpMyAdmin

By on January 20, 2013

In this tutorial you will see the principles of how to secure the PHP tool, phpMyAdmin. PHP has a lot of badly coded scripts which can be abused by malicious users, but … read more →

Dell buying themselves out?

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Being the 3rd largest computer manufacturer in the world, Dell is well-known among technicians and computer enthusiasts all round. Recently they have announced their plans to buy themselves out from equity partners. … read more →

PayPal’s Next Big Move

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The global e-commerce online money transfers business, PayPal, is starting to take a huge step into the mobile market. Founded back in 1998 PayPal is a subsidiary of eBay, the world’s largest … read more →

Secure SSH Protocol

By on January 15, 2013

Secure Shell (SSH) is a means of sending secure data between two computers over an otherwise insecure network by creating a secure channel using a cryptographic network protocol. In this tutorial you … read more →

Java – Time To Wake Up And Smell The Coffee

By on January 14, 2013

You have no doubt heard about the latest problems with Java and the zero-day exploit, where just visiting a malicious link could lead to an infection.  Oracle, to their credit, have rushed … read more →

The Throwaway Society

By on January 11, 2013

I was reading the other day about the amount of food that is thrown away and wasted, when so many in the world are starving.  This started me thinking about technology and … read more →

How to install Windows 7 on RAID0 with SSDs

By on January 10, 2013

Initial Recommendation: Get yourself a beverage of choice (beer, coffee, tea), and settle in for a 20 minute read. If it only takes you 5 minutes to read this, read it again … read more →

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