Archive for June, 2005

iStorage Online Storage Service

Tuesday 7 June 2005 @ 4:56 am

I just came across this new service from Iomega, which recently announced on last Thursday, June 2, 2005.

iStorage provides online storage services for both consumer and prfoessional accounts.

iStorage Consumer account is available in capacities of 250MB (USD$44.96/year), 1GB (USD$134.96/year), and 5GB (USD$374.96/year).

iStorage Professional accounts are available from 1GB (USD$186.75/year) to 15GB (USD$1,199.25/year) and up.

Both account types include a redundantly backup client and 128-bit encryption data transfers (SSL or Triple-DES). They claimed that Data loss is virtually impossible with two physically redundant servers located on the east and west coasts.

If you signup in the month of June for annual subscription, you are entitled for 25% discount. :)

Anyway, after checking out their services, what came into my mind is Google Gmail is already providing over 2Gig space for free, but conversely Iomega is putting on high price tag on their online storage service. Wouldn’t it be a risky business to do? HMmMm…. let’s see how it goes in the coming months. :)

Apple To Use Intel Chips Confirmed

Tuesday 7 June 2005 @ 4:32 am

As the follow up of the article “Apple Switches To Intel Chips“, on Monday, June 6, 2005, Apple confirmed to use Intel chips beginning in mid 2006.

“Our goal is to provide our customers with the best personal computers in the world, and looking ahead Intel has the strongest processor roadmap by far,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “It’s been ten years since our transition to the PowerPC, and we think Intel’s technology will help us create the best personal computers for the next ten years.”

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Apple To Use Intel Chips Confirmed

Sweden Catching File-Sharers

Monday 6 June 2005 @ 6:36 pm

Well, I’m sure some of you might feel damn lucky not living in Sweden. :D

Sweden’s anti-piracy group AntipiratbyrÃ¥n (APB) has reported 200 people to the police for breaking copyright laws by exchanging music, games and films online, according to Sweden’s The Local. In the mean time, APB has issued over 400,000 warning letters to suspected file-sharers.
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Sweden Catching File-Sharers

Minor Hack Turns XP Home To XP Pro Lite

Monday 6 June 2005 @ 6:28 pm

Now with a small hack to the Windows OS, we can enjoy some XP Pro features in Windows XP Home.

German computer magazine C’T claims that by changing only 2 bytes from the file in Windows’s XP Home kit, users can get access to certain functions only avalaible in Windows XP Professional, such as Remote Desktop, User management and enhanced security features.
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Minor Hack Turns XP Home To XP Pro Lite

Nokia Unveiled Nokia 1110 & 1600

Monday 6 June 2005 @ 3:57 am
Nokia 1110               Nokia 1600

At a press conference held in Nairobi, Kenya, Nokia revealed its strategy to bring the benefits of mobility to new growth markets by introducing the Nokia 1110 and Nokia 1600. This two models are aiming at first time users and consumers in growth markets like Africa. Somehow, I can’t find both of them in Nokia’s Malaysia website, not even the US website too.
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Nokia Unveiled Nokia 1110 & 1600

Sun V40Z Server Flash Clip

Sunday 5 June 2005 @ 3:07 pm

Hey guys,

Come take a look of Sun Microsystems V40Z Server Flash Clip, see how they promote the AMD Dual Core Opteron Processor. :)

I like the idea of dating famous twins. :D

Enjoy the V40Z Flash Clip.

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