Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:29 — 70.0MB) This is a perfect device for a small business or a company that has a remote office. The AC100 is a four-bay drive server that allows you to backup computer, hold and transfer data, or do other tasks you may need around the office. The server is Energy Star efficient, and can have Windows, Linux or another server loaded on the AC100. It can come preconfigured in RAID 0,1,5 models. I talked with Michael from Acer at VMWorld 2012 about this server.
Gartner put out a report this week showing the top PC manufacturers world-wide. While Lenovo has overtaken 2nd place from Dell, HP still is the world-wide leader. So why did HP want to sell this division?
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 51:56 — 23.8MB) This week we’ll talk about the remaining 91 CES videos. Set up a special feed for CES 2010 and it’s now up on Zune. Chrome extentions are now installed. Firefox is loosing my interest. Call out to people and making this show better. Win a free copy of Diskeeper 2010. Try GoToAssist free for 30 days – GoToAssist.com/techpodcasts. Day Pass $9.95 $69/Month – $660/Year Mozy Unlimited Backup – $4.95/Month!Use code “Geek” for 10% off! $50 a Year for Off-site Backup. All Geekazine Podcast Show Notes are also on Delicious...
In my post on Tasting Linux, I mentioned Live CDs as a way of sticking your toe in the Linux pool to see whether it might be fun to dive in. I thought it would be fun to show some pictures of what a Knoppix Live CD boot looks like. This is just an intro, not a detailed HOWTO.
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After a few years of turbulent times, CompUSA will finally be closing their remaining 103 stores. In the meantime, Apples’ Surge allows them to open a 3rd store in New York – which pushes them to 201 stores. So with all this, is it “Out with the Old, in with the Apple”? The Computer and Electronics retail store known as CompUSA opened it’s doors to the public in 1985 (the company started in 84, but was only a wholesale distributor. It was also not called CompUSA until 1991.). By 1996 it was making it’s presence known by launching CompUSA.com. In its existence, the chain...