Waiting for the 2011 Santa, yet, demanding a Pioneer carputer is out of the question, or Susumu Kotani will commit seppuku. There are cheap Chinese brands out there with three generations of archived/discontinued carputers, at the same time Pioneer multimedia head unit users are still arguing why they can’t play videos recorded with their Nokia Nseries smartphone or a downloaded YouTube video on their aftermarket Pioneer headunit—their way of saying an MVH (music video headunit) does not support MP4.Continue reading
Nokia World in London sees the debut of the Nokia E7, a phone squarely aimed at the business world that doesn’t win any prizes for originality, but it does run on the new Symbian^3.Continue reading
The latest official Persian keyboard layout is 9147 issued on April 28, 2007 by the Institute of Standards and Industrial Research of Iran.Continue reading
Upgrading laptops powered by Nvidia GPUs to Windows 7 has become annoyingly tormenting. Windows’ own WDDM driver—installed by Windows 7 Setup during a fresh Windows 7 install, or provided by Windows Update—is no good, lacking many features an original Nvidia Windows Display Driver contain. That’s when all drivers OEMs provide their clients with are rather old.Continue reading
Today as I was playing with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, my eyes rolled to the Server Explorer Data Connections and the database connection I had created to sneak in to the backbone database of the tt6ynew.exe malware written by some jerk in .NET—which luckily Sadjad has reflected it to its source code and investigated its database connections earlier.Continue reading
Sony VAIO SZ Series has been one of my favorite laptops for years, and in its heydays, given the choice between a “Made in Japan” VAIO VGN-SZ650N and say anything else, I’d choose the VAIO every time.
Microsoft has released an update yesterday, titled “IVT Corporation – Other hardware – Bluetooth USB Controller (ALPS/UGPZ6),” and if you own one of these incredible machines, you should be careful with that.Continue reading