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Stop Using Internet Explorer

In a rare move, the US Department of Homeland Security recommends users stop using Internet Explorer until Microsoft plugs a critical security hole. The Department's Computer Emergency Readiness Team says a new Internet Explorer vulnerability...

In a rare move, the US Departm...

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Dell Inspiron One 23 All in One — A solid choice

Screen Shot 2013-01-11 at 2.58.47 PMThe first thing you will notice when you lift this All in One out if its protective foam shipping armour is that is one solid computer. No corners cut here. A sturdy stand attached to a well built computer..the back is plastic..or it would weigh a lot  more than 25 pounds (11Kg)…it is however high quality polycarbonate with absolutely no flex or creaking. The front is dominated by the 23″ screen, glass covered from edge to edge…a solid package that looks good on my desk.

Miss the start menu in Windows 8? Try RetroUI

If you are a Windows user it is almost certain you will have to deal with Windows 8 sooner rather than later. Windows 8 has some great new features, improved performance and better security than earlier versions. It also features the new tile looks great, is wonderful on a tablet but can be really confusing with a mouse and keyboard.  If you have already switched to Windows 8 and find it painful the folks at Thinix have developed RetroUI just for you.

Multitouch gaming comes to the web with IE10 and Windows 8

Contre Jour started as an iOS game winning a bunch of awards, including the 2011 “iPad Game of the Year” and a 2012 Webby award nomination for“Best Tablet Game.” Now it comes to the web courtesy Windows 8 and Internet Explorer 10 and is certainly among  the most ambitious uses of HTML5 to date. Take a look at this video in which the  creator of Contre Jour talks about the game.