Is Froot Loops really a “Smart Choice” for health? [If so, maybe you’ll go cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs!]
Facebook’s got “gaydar?” [It also marks me as a member of the Whig party, so who knows how accurate it is?]
Is Dell funding a presidential bid? [Do I even know anybody at Dell anymore?]
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The whole world should be silky smooth.
3D television expected next year. [I probably won’t get one until I’m 4D.]
If you’re looking for the best way to maintain your home or office network, look no further than SolarWinds.
Who doesn’t enjoy a little swordfighting, thievery, and treasure hunting now and again? [On an iPhone, even!]
Students are easy targets for identity theft.
How to become “Internet Famous” according to Jessica Randazza. [My Internet autograph is worth 27 cents!]
GoToAssist can help you provide instant support to clients, friends, or family members.
The speedy Firefox jumped over the lazy, brown browser. [Or, as I like to call it, “coffee-colored.”]
Zune HD and the forgotten world. [Another Microsoft marketing mystery to ponder.]
Matt Hartley says that “the iPhone is NOT an enterprise level mobile device.” [I think Enterprise crew uses tricorders.]
A new language could improve home computer security. [The password on a Post-it stuck to your monitor still won’t help.]
How ’bout them Iggles? [Jennifer Aniston not available for comment.]
OpenOffice needs some changes.
“Save Fair Use, while people still know what it means.” [More fan mail for the RIAA.]
dLAN 200 AVeasy turns your power grid into a home network! [Literally plug and play.]
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A home network drive’s not a bad idea — but who will buy one?
A wireless mouse that doesn’t lag? Microsoft’s SideWinder X8 may be just the thing. [This should make some gamers very happy.]