Changes to this version include:
* Completely new user interface design, new icons.
* CPU frequency and CPU/OS load system tray indicators.
* Integration with Windows power management and standard LCD backlight interface.
* Flexible per-profile and per-power source PST, ODCM and Windows power management settings.
* Improved ODCM management with user-customizable throttle states table feature.
* New CPU performance level management logic allowing instant multiple-states PST/ODCM transitions.
* Determination and support for new CPUs: Intel Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition 900 series, Intel Core Solo and Core Duo processors (preliminary); new Intel logos.
* Support for “non-mobile” versions of ICH4 and ICH6 south bridges in Intel Centrino mobile platform advanced settings.
* New command-line profile-changing options (-nextprofile and -prevprofile).
* Fixed CPU frequency display on older Intel Pentium 4 models (Northwood/Willamette).
* EIST/DBS settings (Intel Pentium 4 / Pentium M advanced settings) are now always remembered, regardless of the “Remember these settings” option.
* Added user-definable delay (as a registry setting) to the management procedure start (on startup and resume from standby/hibernate).
Description: Leo and I carefully examine the operation of the recently patched Windows MetaFile vulnerability. I describe exactly how it works in an effort to explain why it doesn’t have the feeling of another Microsoft “coding error.” It has the feeling of something that Microsoft deliberately designed into Windows. Given the nature of what it is, this would make it a remote code execution “backdoor.” We will likely never know if this was the case, but the forensic evidence appears to be quite compelling.
Vodafone Group is to launch a new music service that will allow customers to access music in tune with their tastes using cellphones, as the mobile giant looks to grow revenues from areas other than phone calls.
The world’s biggest cellphone company by sales said on Monday it had joined hands with Sony NetServices for the Vodafone Radio DJ service that will offer personalised radio channels streamed to customers’ third generation (3G) cellphones and computers.
Jeez, a phone is a phone, not a flipping hifi
Houses and businesses in Standerton, Mpumalanga could be in danger of floods if the current water inflow into the Grootdraai Dam near the town continues, the water affairs department said on Monday.
Spokesperson Walter van der Westhuizen said the dam was 114 percent full on Monday afternoon. The inflow into the dam, which is situated on the Vaal River, was 1 200m3 per second, while 610m3 per second were let out.
Again, seen this happen a few times when I stayed there. Crap Town :p
So I buy a video iPod, figuring it would be a cool toy. (Gotta get those toys.) It arrives and I’m ready to give it a whirl. I pony up my two bucks, download the pilot episode of Desperate Housewives, insert a standard A/V-to-RCA cable into the earphone jack and try to play it back on my TV.
No Luck. Damned Apple.
I’m here to tell you not to worry. You don’t have to fork out for an outrageously priced “proprietary” Apple video cable. You don’t even have to buy an expensive dock. You can connect your Video iPod directly to a TV, and you can do it with the ordinary camcorder A/V-to-RCA cable you probably already have lying around your house.
You just have to be tricky.
According to a recent name-and-shame list released by the British foreign office, various embassies in the capital owe a massive £1 million (about R11m) in unpaid fines.
The SA High Commission is one of the biggest transgressors, with £122 590 (about R1.3m) in fines outstanding.
This is hilarious 🙂
Cingular became the first wireless carrier in the world to complete a mobile data call using a 3.6Mbps (megabit per second) HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) device on its commercial 3G network.
Virgin Records deserves a spanking. I’ll do what I want with the content I pay for, thank you very much. When will they realize that if it’s in bits and bytes, nothing’s ever secure?
OMG, let’s hope this ain’t another SONY BMG style f’up
Apple’s iPod with video gives filmmakers young and old an exciting new way to get their projects seen, and offers iPod owners a great way to discover new talent and independent content.