Dell has posted quite a few BIOS updates in the past few days. I don’t have a complete list… but most of my Dell systems (including all my Core 2 systems) have been updated… including the Inspiron 520/530, Dimension 9200, and XPS 410. Needless to say, if you have a Dell system, you might want […]
I was just putting up the finishing touches on the mobile version of PhoneNews.com… when I realized I forgot to note that ChristopherPrice.net is already mobile… so if you really want to hear what I have to say, no matter how small the screen… you can.
While I don’t plan on posting software updates on the blog (though, yes, it is one of the areas I am an authority on)… Apple rarely posts change lists for such firmware. One thing I immediately noticed with the new firmware is that it properly broadcasts custom DNSes to clients. Meaning, you can now set […]
The AutoPatcher team today announced that Micorosft has threatened to sue them, if they do not shut down their project. For those of you that don’t know, AutoPatcher is a download that offers all available Windows Updates for a particular version of Windows (and recently, Microsoft Office) in a single file. This process had many […]
I apologize if you had issues subscribing to RSS earlier today. Those issues should be resolved. The problem was caused by a bug with FeedBurner in how they formatted our feed. It appears to be isolated to their browser-friendly-formatting add-on, which I have disabled. It’s not really necessary anymore, the only real advantage is for […]
One of the things that has bugged me about Mac OS X’s FileVault is that it has lacked the ability to encrypt by-folder. I don’t want my massive Final Cut Studio documents to be encrypted… or worse, corrupted in the event of a (rare) FileVault failure during a system crash (even rarer on Mac). But, […]
Hi everyone, welcome to my first foray into personal blogging. You probably know me as the editor-in-chief of PhoneNews.com. So, why should you bookmark/subscribe to this blog? Because I’m going to be taking on the rest of the electronics industry on this blog. It would be quite a bit redundant to post wireless industry content […]