Saturday, May 27, 2006

Massive 64GB Thumb Drive !!!

I was just reading through the tech articles and saw that there is now thumb drives with capacities up to 64GB!!!!

God! That is nearly 80% of my 80GB hard disk space. Makes me realize how far we have come in just a few years when I am now still using my 128MB thumb drive :P

Well see for yourself how small the drive is in the picture attached.

Monday, May 01, 2006

It's been a while

Yes, like the title states, it's really been a while since I have updated my blog on any issues. In fact, I am so busy with my ongoing project at the hotel that I don't have any time for myself either.

And to make matters work, a team member has been hospitalized so now it is up to the remaining of us to get work done. Recently, there hasn't been anything that significant for me to post, so hope you all will be patient.

Meanwhile, let's stray away from technology and let me show you my country's latest mini car. Not exactly my country's invention but rather a Chinese design locally manufactured, anyways give some comments on it. I felt that the front was a pretty nice touch but the back is really UGLY!

Sunday, March 19, 2006

Windows on Mac! Finally!

At long last, Windows can run on an Apple Computer (the new Intel Macintosh). The solution was found by a contest winner from a contest held to find out the solution for running a Windows on a Mac.

The person walked away with $14,000. Well worth it I say, as now all people will get the best of both worlds with MacOS and Windows :)

Now windows can run on something more stylish hehehehe :)

If you want to learn how to do just that, they have published software required and with the instrcutions too. Just goto

Hope everyone is happy with the finding.

Friday, March 17, 2006

Been busy lately but here's some Vista

I have been very busy lately and will likely be the same in the next 2 months as I have a project to undertake in my work (find ways to increase efficiency and/or revenue of a 5-star hotel) in Malaysia.

But I have a special treat for you guys who wants to know how the next version of Windows called Windows Vista will look like. I included one screenshot at the side.

Just click on the link below and you will be directed to ZDNet which has tons of the new Windows Vista pictures.

Link :

Wednesday, January 11, 2006

New Apple for 2006

On Tuesday 10th January 2006, a new tone was set for Apple Computer at the annual MacWorld Expo. It is official, Apple computers are now all loaded with Intel processors (dual cores too!).

They also unveiled a new notebook called the MacBook Pro, previously known as Powerbooks. Not much the change here for the new Powerbooks besieds the new processors used but there is a little nice touch called the MagSafe, which is a power plug which easily detacches off the notebook if the plug is pulled or jerked (especially useful if people keep tripping on your power plug :)). Click on the picture to see the animation and you will understand more :).

Well I guess for hardware enthusiasts like me, the rel deal here for Apple's 'new' products are not so much the revolutionary hardware or software but I will be really interested to see if we can be running Windows on these machine and if they can, boy !!! If I get my money I will be sure to get one of these to run my Windows. You can be sure I will update evryone on the possibilty of Windows on a Mac :)

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

The Google Pack

I am sure all of you know Google and all of its other offerings like the ubiquitous Google Bar (the add on to your browser) and the less known but truly amazing Google Earth (you guys should really check it out, it's really amazing as you can view anywhere int he world from this software, think of it as your own personal satellite).

Earlier this month, Google unveiled the Google Pack at the Consumer Electronics Showcase and I personally think it would be quite useful especially for those who have just formatted their computer and want things to be installed all at one go.

In short, the Google Pack is a downlaod package offered by google which includes the following software from Google :-

  1. Google Earth
  2. Picasa (photo organizing software)
  3. Google Pack Screensaver
  4. Google Desktop
  5. Google Toolbar

Besides offering Google stuff, they are including other software which you would need for your typical PC and also to protect your PC. Guess Google's trying to distribute utilities to us then. Some of the note-worthy utilities are :-

  1. Firefox browser
  2. Norton Anti-Virus 2005 Special Edition (with 6-months subscription)
  3. AdAware SE Personal (adware/spyware removal utility)
  4. Adobe Reader 7

Besides those mentioned there are other non-essential stuff that some may need like a Trillian messenger or Google Talk which you can easily add to the pack.

If you decide to check it out, here is the site :

Sunday, January 08, 2006

Truly Exceptional Cell Phone

I wonder how many people actually know about the first mobile phone named Serene from Bang & Olufsen (a popular consumer electrics company in the US), its design is pretty amazing and the ringtones are definitely much more refreshing and captivating compared to other phones (YES! Including the V3 by Motorola).

It definitely scores in terms of design and its unique keypad but one has to wonder hmmmmmm...waht good would a flipphone be without an external display to show who's calling?

I guess style is enough to justify this phone :P. you can find out more at the Bang & Oulfsen website

P.S : Just so you all know, it's designed by Samsung.

New 2006, new blog ?

Fine, fine, fine! First of all, Happy 2006 to all of you. Now I have been running this site for a year now with actually quite little enthusiasm as compared to others, so what i am going to do this year is to spice things up by introducing to ya all high-tech new gadgets!!!

Hope this drives more people to my place :) , well gotta go ask favors from a few of my friends now to link them to my blog I guess.

We will see how it goes then.