Category: Software

The Battle of Digital Music

RealPlayer wants to play hardball with iTunes, by marking down prices of individual songs to $.49 and full albums to $4.99. This is timed alongside the release of a new RealPlayer version that supports Harmony, Real’s way of letting you use iTunes downloaded tunes in their RealPlayer software. The digital music age is teething, it…


Internet Explorer 6 To Turn 3 Years Old

This August 27th, will mark the 3 years since Internet Explorer 6.0 was made available to the public. By internet standards, that is a very long time. Since then, Internet Explorer has gone through one service pack, and a zillion security fixes, and no feature updates/additions. The best thing to happen to the browser is…


Yahoo Messenger 6.0 Hijack

I installed the new Yahoo Messenger 6.0 instant messaging client, and even though I chose custom installation, and removed the optional components to prevent Yahoo from taking over my computer, it still hijacked my computer. How, you ask? I’m glad you asked; here are a list of things Yahoo Messenger 6.0 has done to my…


Mac OSX Tiger Preview – Spotlight

One thing that Google has taught me is that quick, easier searching is an invaluable tool in my daily web life. iTunes has also taught me that quickly, and easily searching for the tunes on my computer is an appreciative and welcome ability to have. Now Apple introduces Spotlight, for their upcoming OS X Tiger…


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