May 15th, 2007
Yahoo! Mail Rolling Out Unlimited Storage

One month after announcing their “to infinity and beyond” unlimited email storage, Yahoo has finally started rolling it out to their users. The entire process of enabling all users with the unlimited storage will take a few months, and they do this to make sure that it’s a smooth process.

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May 15th, 2007
CyberNotes: Advanced Search Operators in Vista and Windows Desktop Search

There is no doubt that my favorite feature in Windows Vista is the integrated search. It is everywhere you need it to be, and it can do so much more than you realize.

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May 14th, 2007
Get Your 14 Karat Solid Gold iPhone Today

Many people are anticipating the arrival of the iPhone, and we all know that it’s expected to be released mid-June.  But, why plan on getting a normal iPhone when you could get a 14 Karat solid gold iPhone? Where can you get one? eBay of course!

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May 14th, 2007
*Sigh* FastStone Capture Turns to Shareware…now $30

I’m sure many of you are going to be just as disappointed to hear that the FastStone Capture software is now shareware. Previously I have raved about how great this software is for taking screenshots, but a lot of that excitement was because it was available at no cost.

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May 14th, 2007
iTunes: 2001-2008?

While iTunes has exploded into popularity, could 2007 be the last year of the upward trend and growth? Forrester Research just released a report, and from the looks of it, 2007 will probably in fact be the last big year for iTunes as well as other services that sell TV shows and other video content online.

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May 14th, 2007
Free Bejeweled Deluxe For A Limited Time Only!

For a limited time only you can get the Deluxe version of Bejeweled for free (normally $14.95)! The offer comes from PopCap.com as a gift to mom’s on Mother’s Day, but it is valid until Wednesday, May 23. Here’s what you have to do to get your free Bejeweled Deluxe game for Windows:

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May 14th, 2007
Yahoo Goes Green – Get Your Free Light Bulb

Who’s the greenest? That’s the question that Yahoo is asking.  Tech companies have been taking big steps forward to help the environment, and it appears as though a green-trend has started as more and more people get involved.

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May 14th, 2007
Microsoft Claims Free Software Violates 235 Patents

Microsoft is throwing their weight around once again, and this time they are going against free and open-source software (FOSS). The 235 patent infringements in question are largely regarding the Linux operating system. They don’t give details as to what the patents cover, but they did break it down a little:

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May 14th, 2007
The “Real” Facebook Classifieds Launches

Last week we reported that Oodle Classifieds had launched a classifieds service on Facebook as the latest way for people to find or sell something.  While we thought this was going to be Facebook’s primary classifieds system, we were wrong.

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May 14th, 2007
CyberNotes: Windows Vista Keyboard Shortcuts

If you’re like me, you use keyboard shortcuts to save you some time wherever possible, and to increase productivity.  Most applications offer their own list of keyboard shortcuts, but today I’m focusing on the shortcuts found in Windows, particularly Windows Vista. 

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May 13th, 2007
Hard Drive Crashes… Put it in the Freezer?

Your hard drive crashes, and you start to panic because you don’t have any backups of your important information! You quickly take it out of your computer, frantically trying to figure out what you should do. Is there a fix? How about putting it in the freezer?

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May 13th, 2007
Your Week in Review with Sunday’s Summary

Here is your week in review with Sunday's Summary! If you missed something, check it out.

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May 12th, 2007
Windows Live Folders Amost Here!

After Microsoft’s last slip-up we knew that Windows Live Folders would probably be coming soon, and the service was available for a short period of time earlier today. Luckily Chris over at LiveSide managed to sneak in fast enough to snap some screenshots of what the service is going to offer.

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May 12th, 2007
Yahoo Travel Re-designs Site Just in Time for Summer

Just in time for summer vacations, Yahoo Travel has introduced a re-design of their site, as well as some new personalization features and mapping tools. People are just starting to plan their vacations, and the new design and features should really help, especially the Flight Planner, but we’ll get into that below.

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May 12th, 2007
CyberNotes: Uncyclopedia – The Wikipedia of Lies and Sarcasm

I’m a pretty big fan of Wikipedia, and I visit there at least once a week.  Sure, the information isn’t always 100% accurate, but I think they do their best at keeping it a semi-reliable encyclopedia, and the tone is usually informational.

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May 11th, 2007
MySpace: What We Take Down, Stays Down

MySpace has taken a big step today on trying to filter out copyrighted content in the form of both audio and video. The campaign they launched is called Take Down Stay Down and aims to prevent the reposting of copyrighted content once it has already been removed.

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May 11th, 2007
Microsoft SharedView Beta Available (Codenamed Tahiti)

Microsoft has finally opened the doors to the project that was codenamed Tahiti. When this was first released back in March there was such an overwhelming response to try out the software that Microsoft quickly rejected anyone else trying to use the service. Now they have launched it for everyone to play with, and the new name is SharedView.

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May 11th, 2007
Broken iPod? Useless iPod? Get $$ for it!

Maybe you jumped on the bandwagon and purchased an iPod, only to find that you didn’t use it a few months later?  Maybe you’ve dropped your iPod just as many times as your cell phone, but your iPod didn’t survive?  Whatever your reason is, there’s a site that doesn’t mind whether it’s broken, or ya just don’t want it anymore.  They’ll [...]

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May 11th, 2007
New Antivirus Rankings…Kaspersky Still on Top

One of the most popular articles on CyberNet is in regards to the best antivirus software. More than 160,000 people have read that article, and so I thought it is a good time to write a follow-up on it.

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May 11th, 2007
When’s the Real Release date for Halo 3?

Halo 3 is set to be released this Fall, but no official date has been announced yet. I decided to look around to see what the estimated release date was going to be, but to my surprise, nearly every place I went gave a different date.

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