Apple Promo Shows iPad With Flash Installed

Apple has finally fixed a problem it had in initial promotional videos for the iPad. According to MacRumors.com, the first releases of these videos showed Flash applications properly loading within the Safari browser rather than showing the blue “no flash” button. This sparked up some conversation and complaints within small online forums, however, this hype eventually simmered…

99% Of Torrent Files Infringe On Copyrights

So says a student that did an analysis from Princeton University. Though the sample he chose was small, and could be argued as not truly representative, many of us know that the figure would be high, if not anywhere near 99%. What might be interesting to know (it was news to me) is that the…

Intel + Micron = Cheaper SSD By Q4

Intel and Micron have a joint venture in which the companies are promising us cheaper SSD in the fourth quarter of the year. The companies have reduced the size of the transistors to an unbelievable 25nm with the hope of being able to produce drives in the 160GB, 320GB and 600GB for less. But before…

The Future Is Wild

The other day I was sitting with my nephew watching a children’s computer generated show called The Future Is Wild and it got me intrigued.  The show tells the story of a girl from 10,000 years in the future.  As an ice age threatens humanity in her time, she is tasked to travel forward in…

Is There Less Than Harmony In e-Reader Land?

One of the problems I pointed out immediately, when the second e-reader broke, was the problem with the constriction of DRM. It was not unreasonable to expect DRM to be found on these devices, however unwelcome, and might not have been a problem had any of the devices planned for a method of offloading to…

Look For A New Revision Of Chrome Soon

Though there are some of the best security features already found in Google Chrome, the Chrome blog tells of new additions on the way that will make the security tighter still. Some of the add-ons are stated to be in other browsers such as Internet Exploder 8, Firefox, and Safari 4, already. (Imagine Internet Exploder…