In case you haven’t heard, Google is releasing a new notebook loaded with its cloud based operating system ChromeOS. It looks promising too! In an attempt to demonstrate that your data is safe regardless of what happens to your computer, Continue reading
Hey everyone! I just updated the look and feel of the Tech Remedy Blog! I think it’s much easier to navigate now! I’m still tweaking things, so be on the lookout for new improvements!
Last Saturday night a Gamestop in Bel Air, MD was robbed at gunpoint. And just what did these armed thugs steal? Well yes, they did take the cash. And 100 copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops. Maryland represent. Sadly, Continue reading
On November 1, I fired up my Xbox360 and was prompted to install a new update. The update took around 3 minutes total to install. The first noticeable change was the redesigned Xbox360 Splash Screen. With all of the new Continue reading
Here’s my pumpkin from last year. I want to do something similar this year, but it’s still in the planning stage. I’ll let you guys know when my pumpkin goes Alpha! I should point out that I’m leaning towards a Continue reading
Well it looks like Verizon Wireless might end up ruling a little bit less of the air. The New York Times is reporting that VZW has reached a settlement to refund phantom data usage fees. The settlement could end up Continue reading
Well, it’s official folks. Research In Motion, a.k.a. RIM, the lovely people who have brought you many frustrating Blackberry products chocked full of trackballs, announced yesterday that they will be releasing a tablet touchscreen computer. Aimed to compete with the Continue reading
Found this over at Mozilla Labs today…What an amazing concept video! I really think the dual projectors will be too costly though! Cool IR tracking though!
There seems to be a lot of confusion out there regarding the structure of the Linux File System. Why are certain programs located in /bin while others are in /sbin or /usr/bin? Why can I save files in one directory Continue reading