Monthly Archives: April 2011

Add-In: WHS Phone for Android 1.3 Beta

If you have Windows Home Server and an Android phone, this is for you! Click here for more information from the original post here.

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Google Docs app lands on Android

Google has released a new Google Docs application for its Android mobile operating system, hoping to facilitate both the editing and sharing of documents via its online word processing service. Now available from the Android Market, the app lets you search … Continue reading

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How to delete AutoComplete history in internet explorer

In order to delete the stored Autocomplete data such as user name, password, web address, search bars, and other data form fields. See the clearing the address bar history if you want to clear the Autocomplete information in the address bar. … Continue reading

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Should you Upgrade to WHS2011

Both WeGotServed and TheDigitalMediaZone have guides on should you be upgrading to WHS2011 and if so, how to plan that migration across. The WeGotServed guide takes a comparison between version 1 and WHS2011 looking at areas such as cost, hardware requirements and … Continue reading

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iPad 2 Coming to 12 More Countries This Week

    Apple’s iPad 2 arrived in Japan Thursday, and the company has announced that the tablet will be in 11 more countries by Friday. iPad 2 will be available at Apple retail stores and select Apple authorized resellers at 9 a.m. local … Continue reading

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PlayStation Network Still Down; Sony Says it Will Return By May 4

As we move into day 11 of the PlayStation Network fiasco, Sony continues to rebuild its beleaguered network while apologizing profusely to users. The latest update on the PlayStation Blog reassures users that law enforcement and technology security experts are investigating the … Continue reading

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Google Chrome v11 Now Available for Download

Google has released a stable version of Chrome 11. The new version, released Wednesday, brings bug fixes as well as some fascinating translation and speech-to-text features, GPU-accelerated 3D CSS and a simplified new icon. Users can download Chrome 11 at the official Chrome page.

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Android to Get Video Chat Via Google Talk Upgrade

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Ubuntu 11.04 Operating System Now Available for Free Download

Version 11.04 of Ubuntu has hit the streets, and it’s packing new features that make it even easier to use. The free download was released to the public on Thursday.

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If You’re Not On Facebook, It’s Time To Get Over Yourself

Oh, yeah, I'm not on Facebook. Like, it's so invasive. If you've said anything like this, I feel bad for you. read the rest of this article by Gizmodo here.

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