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  • Windows Update: DO NOT install IdeaCom Technology Input HID Touch Screen

    Maybe they were longing for the good old days of ''natural interfaces'', when people held a stick and dab in ink and motion it across paper to stain it with visual patterns. Perhaps that was what drove Microsoft to believe everybody owned a Tablet PC for sure, and to provide IdeaCom Technology Inc. - Input - IdeaCom HID Touch Screen (PS/2) and an ...
    Posted to Software (Forum) by icelava on January 14, 2009
  • Double-Layer DVD; double worries

    Another age, another round of technological discoveries. In other words, adopting new types of hardware into my household. This time round, it is moving on to use Double-Layer DVDs to archive ever-increasing content sizes. More and more DVD ISO images are appearing all around with sizes exceeding 4.38GB (do not get deceived into thinking it ...
    Posted to Electronic Hardware (Forum) by icelava on October 18, 2008
  • Hardware on sale = expired milk cartons?

    Electronic and computer hardware (well, except RAM) are always on a sloped trend when it comes to pricing. That is good for the consumer, falling prices make it more affordable to mainstream population who aren't lucky enough to win Big Sweep or Toto. This allows for more sales, and in effect, widespread adoption. But why do prices drop? Or put ...
    Posted to Curse Diary (Forum) by icelava on October 15, 2008
  • Cardinal sin of shopping

    I thought it was that simple. I really did. It has been years now. I am just so used to maxing out my 100Mbps home network. Routine file transfers stream from computer to computer at takeoff speeds of 80-99.9Mbps. It would not be far off to guess that the numerous hard disks in my possession are reaching similar levels of capacity and ...
    Posted to Electronic Hardware (Forum) by icelava on August 8, 2008
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