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  1. Windows 8 open to public

    Windows XP Support
    After huge hyping, testing, complaining, cheering on, loving, hating, and various other emotions and events happening around the new and completely different Windows 8, it has finally reached its retail release date. Whether it will get enough users to consider changing to it remains to be seen...
  2. Windows RT, aka Windows on ARM

    Windows XP Support
    Microsoft is starting to seem like it might be slowly edging to an unwanted platform with RT. For those wondering, Windows RT (formerly known as Windows on ARM) will be a version of the Windows 8 operating system for ARM devices such as tablets. The RT acronym does not officially stand for...
  3. Apple v. Samsung comes to an end

    Mac Support
    In April of last year, Apple filed a patent lawsuit against Samsung. Apple had claimed that Samsung has breached patented copyright infringements on Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad. Apple says that the designs found on Samsung products such as the Galaxy Phone and Galaxy Tab are...
  4. Fedora Project Votes on Secure Boot Dilemma

    Linux Support
    The Fedora Project have finally came to the decision on the workaround that they will take to get around Microsoft's very controversial Secure boot process on new hardware certified with Windows 8. Fedora will pay Verisign $99 for unlimited use of the Microsoft signing services. This will allow...
  5. Giving the Pi Some Gooseberries

    Hard Drive Support
    After the massive success of the Raspberry Pi, it was surely not long before rival products would start appearing. The Gooseberry ARM based device is faster than its rival with a 1GHz A10 processor, though it can be over-clocked to 1.5GHz, and double the memory starting at 512MB of RAM...
  6. Mac OS X 10.8 'Mountain Lion' To Be Released

    Mac Support
    Apple has announced that it's new OS X 10.8 'Mountain Lion' will be released this month with strongly backed rumours that it will be on the 25th and available to upgrade to for $19.99 from the Mac App Store. It's not a major upgrade from the previous 10.7 'Lion' release but it looks like Apple...
  7. Microsoft faces EU Anti-trust laws again

    Windows XP Support
    For years now Microsoft has been dancing lightly around the European Union and its anti-trust regulations, and recently the two entities have been banging heads again. The EU has started an investigation into allegations that Microsoft does not offer the 'browser choice screen' popup that MS...
  8. DNS Drama with DNSChanger

    Computer Security News
    Today marks the day that the infamous DNSChanger virus is finally shut down by the FBI in the USA. This could cause anyone that was still infected to lose their internet connection. DNSChanger came about in early 2007. It was a simple piece of malware that changes your computer's DNS settings...
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