Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories and tips that we have collected over the last few days, but never got around to writing about. Don’t forget to send in your own tips, or just leave a comment on this page if you think you’ve got something we should include.


visual voicemail.jpgVerizon Offers Visual Voicemail
Verizon has decided that they want to have Visual Voicemail, and so that’s exactly what they plan on doing. It will only be available to the LG Voyager, can hold a total of 40 messages in 40 days, and will run you $2.99 per month.

zoho logo.jpgZoho Hits 1 Million Users
Zoho is growing very rapidly, and in the last year alone they’ve received about 700,000 new users. In May 2008 they registered over 90,000 new users, and since then they’ve managed to hit 1 million users. Congrats!

media center logo.jpgMicrosoft Talks About Fiji
On September 3rd Microsoft will be making Fiji, a Windows Media Center TV Pack, commercially available to OEM partners. This Media Center update will include several improvements, such as ClearQAM, but will not be available as an update to existing Vista users… argh!

cherrypal.jpgCherryPal PC Delayed a Few Weeks
The energy-saving CherryPal PC has been delayed a few weeks, which means you’ll have to use your power-hungry desktop a little longer. [related]

xbox 360 60gb.jpg60GB Xbox 360 Fixes Red-ring Problem?
Looking inside the new 60GB Xbox 360 reveals that Microsoft has made some small strides to solve the heat issues the console has been plagued with.

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google translate iphone.jpgGoogle Translate on the iPhone
Google has released an iPhone-optimized version of their translation service, which means you can get translation help on-the-go. It will even store recent translations locally on your iPhone so that you have access to them even when you’re not connected to the network.

mozilla weave.jpgSetup Your Own Mozilla Weave Server
The Mozilla Weave Firefox extension is really nice since it lets you sync bookmarks, history, and more across all of your Firefox browsers located on any computer. If you don’t want Mozilla handling your data you’ll want to checkout this tutorial that demonstrates how to setup your own Weave server.

twitter.jpgUseful Twitter Bots
Did you know that Twitter can be used for more than stalking your friends? It’s true! You can follow breaking news, get weather forecasts, stock quotes, and much more.

firefox logo.jpgMake Firefox 3′s Bookmarks Available to Launchy
Firefox 3 introduced a whole new bookmarking system, and doing so broke several third-party applications that grabbed your bookmarks from the classic HTML file. This simple “hack” gives those programs access to the necessary file once again.

ie7 tabs.jpgIncreasing Space for Tabs in IE7
This guide shows how you can do things like remove the command bar, search bar, and more from Internet Explorer 7.

There Are 4 Comments

  1. Hey guys…. it seems Microsoft is really looking to spread the message. I found this job posting online for positions across the US. Check it out below:

    Could you be a Microsoft Windows Guru?

    Would you like an interesting & challenging job?
    If your well-versed with Microsoft technologies & enjoy working with people, we have retail-based job opportunities that might interest you!

    We are hiring Microsoft Windows Gurus in the following states:
    CA, DC, FL, IL, MA, MD, MN, MO, NH, NJ, NV, NY, VA, WA

    Please apply at [msretaillive.com]

  2. IMHO, they are currently feeling the pinch from Linux, Google and Apple combined. So far, they haven’t been able to decipher the “Cloud Computing” business model. They are still clinging desperately to the old desktop model (i.e., Windows and Microsoft Office).

    Arrogance has metamorphosed into humbleness.

  3. Ha… I want to be a Microsoft Windows Guru! Sounds like they are prepping for a retail chain of stores that are designed to help users fix problems on their computer.

  4. Personally I installed the leaked TV Pack when my new Dell Studio 15 (thanks for prior article, Ryan) didn’t come with it. So far I’ve had no problems w/ it. I got an ATSC HD tuner that fits in the expresscard slot. I was amazed when I read Vista Media Center SP1 didn’t support ATSC subchannels. Well, now I’ve got the TV Pack and a total of 18 free OTA channels (including subchannels), with High Definition and DVR. Pretty awesome for one time fee $50 added on the PC’s cost.

    I would recommend downing the leaked pack for those who would benefit from its features (but of course use at your own risk).

    Here’s a copy I made of the install I used…


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