12 Days with Windows 7 RC – Windows 7 Review

Since Beta stage of Windows 7, i am using it as primary Operating System on my HP Pavilion laptop, which was 64-bit. And also installed 32-bit RC Built.7100 on 6 May. Installation of RC was pretty good and smooth, one of the best feature I seen that, I did not required to install any drivers. …

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Virtual Wifi Brings Mesh Networks to Windows 7

Wifi mesh networks certainly aren’t a new idea. Heck, it’s a trick even the inexpensive OLPC XO Laptop can pull off. Utilizing a project Microsoft Research began working on in 2002, Windows 7 will allow us to connect to multiple wireless access points or act as a repeater using a single wireless adapter. Does your …

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Improving Education with free Web 2.0 Tools – Tools for Education

Education is becoming more dynamic, networked and increasingly electronic. We live in a world of Internet social networks, blogs, digital audio and video content, etc. On one hand it allows to have unrestricted access to the world’s best educational resources on the other side look as all this variety and trained to use it – Oh, …

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Browser Based Operating Systems Reviewed

Every day technology gets updated, from computer to laptop to PDA’s and now smartphone! Even our very own operating system are getting new features and platform to fulfill their custom needs. For past few years I have been living on internet, doing a lot of stuff from the internet browser only. Sometimes, when internet goes …

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Microsoft Research’s 3D Multi-touch Technology

Multi-touch interaction has always been a dream of the future. Movies like Ironman 2 and Minority Report, present 3D multi-touch systems as an advanced technology available only in the world of science fiction. But Microsoft Research is turning fantasy into reality. At the 2010 Computer-Human Interaction Conference MSR (Microsoft Research) revealed that it has been …

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A Multitouch Table with 3D Tracking – Sony atracTable

Few weeks back Sony unveiled its HD screen device called the Sony atracTable. This device has a 35 inch, full Hi-Definition touch screen. Developed by a Swiss company, Atractsys, the atracTable will be launched sometime this month, and is bringing significant competition to Microsoft Surface. The Sony atracTable will be able to recognize the movements …

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Creative Ways to Use Cloud Storage Services for Free

Many people still look at the cloud as a way to back up their data. While data backup is important, and cloud backup is certainly reliable, most cloud storage services allow you to do things far beyond traditional backup. Let’s take a look at five creative ways to use the cloud. 1) Unify your documents …

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