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When was the last time you thought about how software you download from the Internet is decompressed? Most folks would probably say "never," but the true computer addict not only wants to know how it's being done, but what options he has when doing it.
I don't know about you, but it seems to me that every time I buy something new for my computer, it becomes obsolete before I open the box.
No doubt you've been hearing a lot about Bluetooth technology lately and can hardly wait until you can use your digital phone or handheld computer to buy a diet soda from a vending machine.
Feel threatened? I do! It seems that every time my computer survives a virus attack, another is heading its way. They used to have great names like Melissa or Happy New Year, now it's the w32.nimda.a@mm worm, a heinous creature that can give interlopers total access to your system. That alone is enough to make you want to get rid of it. According to the folks at Symantec Corp., the developers of Norton AntiVirus 2001, this new threat allows a remote user to: - Steal or change passwords or password files
In today's world of MP3 players, Walkmen, digital phones and boom boxes, there's one thing we never have enough of - batteries. I asked the folks at Kodak and Rayovac to send me some of their rechargeable batteries and chargers to see if it was really more efficient - and economical - to use them instead of the old use-'em-up, throwaway alkalines we all seem to be spending a fortune on.
Keyboards for Palm handheld computers have been around for years and I've tried quite a few, but their size, even when folded, has always been a turnoff for most of us.
A few months ago, I decided I was going to take a look at how many applications were actually useful for those of us who are addicted to personal digital assistants (PDAs) using the Palm Computing platform.
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