Domain registrar GoDaddy has found their customers jumping ship in a backlash against the company's endorsement of SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act). Though GoDaddy said in a blog article published December 20th, 2011 that it was withdrawing it's support for SOPA, this seemingly is nothing more than a PR stunt to prevent customers from leaving. Reddit users are calling for a boycott of GoDaddy on December 29, 2011. The following HowTo will guide you through transferring all of your domains from GoDaddy to NameCheap. Included is a discount code for $6.99 domain transfers and tips on how to expedite the release process.
Now-a-days pretty much everyone and their hipster grandmother is blogging, publishing web articles or sharing some sort of digital content with free online services such as Google, Facebook, Flickr and Youtube. These are all great no cost options for putting content online, but a poor substitution for a feature rich web server.
Have you installed Ubuntu 11.10 and want the look of your old desktop back? This tutorial will guide you though installing and switching back to the Ubuntu Classic Desktop (GNOME) in Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot.
Next-generation controllers and innovation in Solid State Drive (SSD) technology have manufacturers constantly competing for the perfect balance of price, performance and reliability. In this review we're going to take a look at Crucial's latest offering, the Crucial M4 256GB SSD and see how it fairs.
The ASUS P8P67 (B3) Deluxe is an LGA1155 Socket motherboard based on Intel's P67 chipset for 2nd generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs (Sandy Bridge architecture).
With seven different variants of their P8P67 Series, this Deluxe version is a premium motherboard offering three PCI Express x16 slots, four USB 3.0 ports, four SATA6 ports, built in BlueTooth v2.1 + EDR, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and DIGI+VRM's fully supporting Intel's VRD12 specifications, which according to ASUS is a 16+2 phase design.
Before we begin, allow me to paint a mental picture for you. Do you remember those mechanical or electromechanical device with keys that when pressed, cause ink to be printed on a medium, usually paper? Yeah, that's right, a typewriter!
Take a moment to look down at your keyboard. Is it reminiscent of a typewriter interface? If so, perhaps its time for a peripheral upgrade like the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard.
This ultra-thin keyboard with LED back-lighting is sleek, with a minimalist design offering an ideal combination of form and function. Let's take a look at what it has to offer.
For many, the Internet has become a preferred source of entertainment. With offerings like Netflix, VUDU, Hulu and digital downloads, even once loyal cable television subscribers are abandoning their service for online content.
Up until last year, delivering local media and web content to the living room has been a do-it-yourself Home Theater PC (HTPC) project requiring a long list of PC hardware components and software tinkering. Only recently have we seen a flux of low-profile, inexpensive, media extension devices pop-up on the market.
In this review we're going to take a look at once such device, the Boxee Box by D-Link. Designed to deliver Internet TV, movies, music, web browsing, photos and other local media to the television, this Linux based set-top device will free you from the confined of your computer and bring you back to the epitome of comfort, your couch!
Have you ever wanted to create an identical copy of an original CD, DVD, or Blu-ray disc? By using the following commands, contents of an optical disc or local directory can be perfectly represented in a single ISO file.