Welcome to the WrapUp by CyberNet. This is a collection of news stories, downloads, 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.


–News–

att iphone.jpgAT&T Officially Offers Free WiFi for iPhone Users
iPhone users can officially grab free WiFi at thousands of AT&T hotspots around the United States. In order to get the WiFi access you’ll need to enter in your phone number once you’re connected to a hotspot, and then AT&T will send you a link via text message containing the URL needed to start using the service. That URL will be valid for up to 24-hours, which is kind of AT&T’s way of preventing people from trying to share the free WiFi access.


mars phoenix.jpgMars Phoenix Loses an Arm
As the Martian Winter approaches the Mars Phoenix has had to shutdown one arm to try and conserve power. NASA is doing everything they can to extend the life of the bot, but it’s not looking like it has much longer to live. Please start preparing your goodbyes now.


world of warcraft.jpgWoW Addicts: 11 Million and Counting
Back in January 2008 World of Warcraft had about 10 million subscribers, and now 10 months later it has gained another million bringing the total to 11 million. It’s growing a bit slower now, but it’s incredible to see it still growing after 4 years.


windows 7 dwm.jpgWindows 7 DWM Uses 50% Less Memory
In a presentation by Microsoft (at PDC) they outlined how Windows 7′s window manager would use 50% less memory usage compared to that of Vista. How so? They will be pushing more processing off to GPU’s.


walmart logo.jpgWalmart MP3 Works with Mac & Linux
Walmart is getting very aggressive in the music arena by dropping prices on many tracks down to 74 cents, and then expanding the service to work with Mac and Linux. I have a feeling they will be attracting a lot of new users with these significantly lower prices.


tmobile g1.jpgT-Mobile G1 Buffer Overrun Exploit Found
It didn’t take long for the first Google Android device to get exploited. Charlie Miller, a security expert, found a buffer overrun exploit that could allow a hacker to hijack a user’s G1 browser.



–Tips, Tutorials, and Reviews–

google chrome logo.jpgSplit Screen Google Chrome
This tiny JavaScript bookmarklet will let you simulate a split-screen environment in Google Chrome. It’s not nearly as extravagant as some of the Firefox extensions, but it’s better than nothing.


gmail drive.jpgMount Multiple Gmail Drives in Windows
This guide shows how you can use the free Gmail Drive application along with a Gmail Drive configuration program to utilize multiple accounts in Explorer.


advanced run dialog.jpgAdvanced Windows Run Dialog
Supercharge the run dialog box with this nifty free tool. With it you can run an application as a different user, create customized shortcuts, and much more.


office 2007.jpgKeep Office 2007 Documents Handy
One of the nice, but overlooked features in Office 2007 is the addition of pushpins next to your recently opened documents. If you activate the pushpin Office 2007 will make sure that those documents are always located on that menu for speedy access.


remember the milk.jpgRemember the Milk Vista Sidebar Gadget
I’ve always been impressed with the variety of ways Remember the Milk has created to manage tasks, but it’s astonishing that they never developed a Vista Sidebar Gadget. Luckily one faithful user has taken it upon themselves to do just that, and it is designed to use the same interface as the Google Gadget.



–Downloads–

There Are 2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the tips of Chrome, Avant and Opera’s new releases. Boy, are these guys moving fast!

  2. Omar Upegui wrote:
    Thanks for the tips of Chrome, Avant and Opera’s new releases. Boy, are these guys moving fast!

    It is amazing to see how fast these companies respond to security threats and bugs. Before having a few releases each year was a big deal. Now we get about one per month.

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