Category Technology

MailStore Home

In the wake of the Gmail temporary loss of accounts a lot of tech sites are highlighting ways to back up your account.  I like the suggestion of Hotmail accessing your Gmail through POP but that’s another cloud solution to…

Linksys SVIEW04 ProConnect KVM

Blast from the past: originally published October 20th 2000. Let’s jump right in this week and take a look at the Linksys ProConnect CPU Switch.  I bought the four CPU model SVIEW04 to clear some desk space; two monitors, keyboards…

Logitech Harmony 600

I’ve been using Harmony universal remotes since they were a Canadian company not yet purchased by Logitech.  I’ve found them to be easy to set up and use: pick your AV equipment through their application, set up your activities and…

Nvidia 680i Windows Home Server

I had retired my Intel E6600 2.4 GHz Core 2 Duo and eVGA 122-CK-F68 Nvidia 680i motherboard combo last year when I upgraded to an Intel i5-750 and P55 platform.  At the time I didn’t need it for anything so…

HP Wireless Mini Keyboard

I’m the process of setting up a home theater PC (HTPC) on each of my two home televisions.  I have Logitech Harmony universal remotes on both but need a keyboard and mouse for my living room HTPC.  While perusing Staples…

Aopen HX08

Blast from the past: originally published October 6th 2000. It’s a sad time when I can’t get in any game playing, but that’s what happened this week.  I’ve beaten most of my games in single player mode and look for…

Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 2070SB

Blast from the past: originally published July 20th 2004. The lure of a large monitor is strong for those of us who sit in front of a PC all day long. Simply for the fact that we don’t sit in front…

Antec Titan 550

Blast from the past: originally published January 16th 2006. Let me start off by saying this is not a server case: it is a workstation case. As the review progresses items will be pointed out that affirms this, but it’s better…

All-In-One Tray

All-In-One Tray is a great free Windows 7 utility that sits in your system tray and provides access to pretty well all the operating system’s built in utilities plus a lot more like purging DNS cache and rebuilding icons.  As…

Aopen HX45a

Blast from the past: originally posted December 14th 2000. I was putting together a system for a friend and he needed a reliable mid tower case from a reputable manufacturer at a good price.  Isn’t that what we’re all looking…