List of ReadyBoost compatible FLASH devices

, posted: 8-Oct-2006 08:13

If like me you've been wondering which USB FLASH memory device to use with Vista to boost performance, check out Grant Gibson's list.

There are 72 devices listed already, and you can submit your own test results.

ReadyB (read the entire post)...



A food brand that'll have to be renamed for the US market

, posted: 6-Oct-2006 14:01

I'm sure their handmade food is lovely but... the name might limit US export opportunities.

Urban Dictionary definition.
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Oh brother! Exclusive Brethren discover Geekzone

, posted: 5-Oct-2006 20:52

From the Exclusive Brethren's MySpace blog:

Fundamentalism, Digitally Remastered
Current mood: Chillin'

Brethren (and Sisters)

The launch of the Exclusive Brethren on Myspace has created a lot of i (read the entire post)...



The Black Bush POTUS

, posted: 5-Oct-2006 20:14

So I'm saying, this is the Commander-in-Chief we want to be seeing.



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Why I haven't yet reviewed Vodafone HSDPA

, posted: 5-Oct-2006 14:49

Vodafone competitor Telecom New Zealand has tried out HSDPA, and so has our Geekzone overlord Mauricio. However, neither Computerworld nor PC World have been given a chance yet to test HSDPA, oddly enough.

Or is it that odd? Take a look a (read the entire post)...



Vista RC2 out this Friday US time: RTM slips again?

, posted: 5-Oct-2006 08:47

So, another Release Candidate of Windows Vista is coming out in two days' time - Friday in the US, and Saturday in NZ/Australia.

Paul Thurrot reckons RC2 is build 5743 and says it'll be available to MSDN and Technet subscribers, a (read the entire post)...



Amazon Online Reader breaks in Internet Explorer 7

, posted: 4-Oct-2006 11:29

I headed over to Amazon to satisfy my Mr Wiggles cravings, and thought I should take a look at the comic book before I bought it with the Online Reader thing. Unfortunately, it doesn't work in IE7. I get a warning from Amazon and an endless amoun (read the entire post)...



Exclusive Brethren have a MySpace

, posted: 3-Oct-2006 17:06

Back from IDF and feeling like I've been hit by a truck after spending a night sandwiched between two considerate, but nevertheless six foot plus passengers in AirNZ Premium Economy - those seats are way too narrow, damn it - my brain was idling (read the entire post)...



Apple updates iTunes 7 - audio issues fixed?

, posted: 30-Sep-2006 14:38

Apple has put up the iTunes 7.0.1 update for its media player, which has been causing a great deal of problems for users.

I've downloaded it, and so far so good - no distorted sound, and Apple seems to have sorted out the skipping too. (read the entire post)...



Telecom says newsgroups and Jabber are P2P - and ratelimits them

, posted: 30-Sep-2006 10:33

Jonathan Ah Kit tipped me off about Telecom's new traffic management, which is part of its Fair Use Policy (FUP) that has been introduced with the Xtra retail Go Large and Wholesale Broadband Service (WBS) equivalent plans.

If you have (read the entire post)...





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