Posts filed under: IT/Gadget

The high definition video era has come. VCD and DVD soon will be dropped from the list. VCD can hold up to 700 MB of data, while DVD can hold up to 4.7 GB (single layer) and 8.4 GB (dual...
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I downloaded a movie and just realized that there was no subtitle. I looked for the subtitle file (the .SRT or .SUB or whatsoever) but found none of them in English, only in France. I decided to visit my favorite...
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HSDPA stands for High Speed Downlink Packet Access. I knew and tested this technology over one year ago. Actually it was more concentrated for data than voice, so the physic should be in the form of PCMCIA, not the mobile...
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I’ve just seen the launch of NVIDIA’s latest product, the 8800 card. Um well, this card is outrageously fast and simply to say the first to implement DirectX 10 (though currently no apps support this platform). So, by the end...
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Have you ever checked the capacitors on your motherboard? If not, then check it now. You might see some “overweight” or “fat” capacitors. They seem want to blow up (eat too much hey Miss Capacitor?;)). Prepare to get new motherboard...
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Well, we have heard the news. Asus works together with Gigabyte to build a new company. On 2007, they will produce motherboard and graphics card with Gigabyte’s brand. What makes this thing so interesting? It’s unlikely to see Tom and...
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Printed media business is booming last year (and early this year). Everyone who has extra money to be invested will look for this field (in my country, Indonesia precisely – I don’t know abroad). Well, why not? This business promises...
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When you see or hear MP3, what’s the first thing on your mind? iPod? Perhaps 😉 We have to admit that iPod is very sensational in terms or brand awareness. For sound quality, I think we easily can see others...
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This post is calling opera users. Maybe almost of computers users know the “Undo” function. And perhaps most of them know how to use it (usually you will clik “Edit” from top pull-down menu and choose “Undo”). Maybe some of...
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Later this year, we will have a DIY Notebook around the market. The 7 main components like cover/panel, LCD, battery, adapter, hard disk, optical drive, and keyboard are replaceable. In other words, all brands that have joined this consortium (some...
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