Windows 8 – A Quick Review

Microsoft has been working on a new version of Windows for some time now. The work-in-progress name is Windows 8 and there are some unconfirmed rumors about it. Apparently, Windows 8 has borrowed some elements from Windows Phone 7 and Microsoft Office. It will use the “ribbon” interface, first seen in Office 2007 and will replace the current menu style. The biggest advantage is that all features are now organized in logical tabs with dynamic ribbon buttons involved (Library Tools, Picture Tools, Disk Tools). New features include Sync (synchronizes folders…

X-Rocker Gamebag Gaming Chair

Welcome to Heaven! Here you can play video games, watch movies or listen to music in the comfort of your very own X-Rocker Gamebag Gaming Chair, for professional slackers only! The chair has an amazing surround sound system that allows you to enjoy the full experience of entertainment. It comes in black and blue and features two high quality surround sound speakers, a supportive and contoured bucket style seat, a comfortable microfiber bean bag, an iPod/MP3 docking station, RCA audio inputs and an audio input jack for iPod, MP3 and…

When I hook up my wii to the internet, my computers internet doesnt work?

Question by andrea: When I hook up my wii to the internet, my computers internet doesnt work? I have a router, which is hooked up to my boyfriends computer. We set up the internet on the wii, and the internet did work on it. Now though, whenever my boyfriend wants to use the internet on his compute,r he has to unplug the router from his cmoputer and then plug it back in and then it works. Does anybody else have problems with the internet working on both the wii and…

Computers don't get older; software gets younger

Computers don’t get older; software gets younger No matter what you buy, it will be considered old in about 18 months, so stop worrying about it. Read more on Philly.com Expect differences with Canadian Target When it opens up to 150 Canadian stores in former Zellers locations starting in 2013, will Target be able to replicate the variety and the prices consumers have come to expect in the U.S.? Yes and no, say analysts Read more on National Post