tekgems on October 31st, 2007

>This is the kind of thing I’ve been looking for to transfer digital camera pictures to my website or computer automatically. I can literally take a picture of something and do very little to get it online. I only need to select what pictures I want to upload, and bam, I’m done. The tedious ask […]

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tekgems on October 26th, 2007

>Surprise, surprise! FedEx is raising Express rates in 2008. Really, it should come as no surprise to anyone that with fuel costs and the always sensible profit motive, rates are raised. I’m sure UPS and DHL are not far behind in their announcement. Thankfully, the US Postal Service at least goes through rate changes less […]

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>Wow, this is excellent. Gmail is finally offering IMAP! From customer service point of view, this is an extremely easy and free way to distribute customer service loads and/or delegate tasks to others. If all your inbound come into your inbox, you can move specific messages (tasks) that you want to hand-off to someone else […]

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>Here’s another PC-to-TV device from SanDisk called the Sansa TakeTV that attaches a 4GB flash drive to a slot that feeds to your TV. Includes a remote for the typical couch potato. At 4GB, you can squeeze one uncompressed DVD (VOB), or several AVI files compressed with XVID. But being a flash drive, how long […]

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>Publishing return rates on specific SKUs can build consumer confidence, but also has an industry it may reduce sales of that specific SKUs if your web store or site has enough authority (visibility, web traffic, etc). InternetRetailer discusses one web store implementing “return-o-meter“. We have been toying with the idea ourselves. We would just call […]

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tekgems on October 17th, 2007

>Wouldn’t it be cool if you could watch video files on your widescreen TV? There is so much free and legal online video online that you can watch in comfort instead in front of your computer. Broadband is very inexpensive now as is hardware that allows you to watch computer files on your computer. The […]

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tekgems on October 16th, 2007

> PC Mag has a slideshow on how to convert your old vinyl into a digital MP3. Its easy enough to do if you have a turntable with a line-out. But most turntables have phono out which means you usually have to run the turntable through an amp before connecting it to your computer’s line […]

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>PC Magazine has a great article explaining the difference between DDR, DDR2, and DDR3. They also explain memory timing (latency) in an easy way. PC Mag also has a great slide show on how install a memory chips on your desktop.Publish

Continue reading about >The Essential Guide To PC Memory – The Essential Guide To PC Memory – Expert Help by PC Magazine