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What To Do When . . . Your PDF Documents Cause Problems

Sometimes you may encounter a problem when you try to open a PDF file online through your Web browser. For instance, when you click a link to a PDF file, the document doesn’t open and all you see is a red “X” in the browser window or a placeholder icon.
SQL Server

Michael Otey

Riding the x64 Wave

With the x64 architecture, the maximum addressable memory increases to 1TB on the AMD Opteron line and 64GB on the Intel Extended Memory 64Technology (EM64T) line of processors. Applications don't have to be written specially to take advantage of x64, and unlike the limited AWE implementation, x64 architecture memory can be used freely by both the OS and applications with no additional overhead.
Sys Admin Hal Pomeranz

Sendmail's New GreetPause Feature

In most cases, spammers are motivated to send their unsolicited emails as rapidly as possible. Slamming is a technique where the spammer simply fires all of the SMTP commands necessary to transmit an email message to another mail server without waiting for the normal SMTP responses from the remote machine....... When GreetPause is enabled, Sendmail simply waits a specified amount of time on each new connection before emitting the standard SMTP greeting message....


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TechNews World

Jillian Cohan

For Teens, Is Just So Last Year

MySpace's notoriety could be a turnoff for young people who are looking for an online community of their own, said Amanda Lenhart, a senior researcher for the Pew Internet and American Life Project. Lenhart has studied teens' online behavior since the late 1990s. "Teens will go where their friends go," she said.

Peter Spier

Driving Into The Future

Hybrid automobiles that have thus far reached the consumer market include, among a growing variety, the popular Toyota Prius and Honda Insight, which are propelled by a combination of gasoline and batteries. Though touted for their fuel efficiency they are lambasted for their lack of power and differential maintenance costs across the life of the vehicle, and despite budding public embrace, they have proven little affect on SUV sales.
Technology Review Kate Greene

A Laser Technique Could Improve Electronics

A new process using lasers instead of high temperatures to remove hydrogen from silicon during the chip-manufacturing process could lead to faster semiconductors, by replacing the current technique, which often causes damage to silicon that inhibits chip speed.

Tech Web

David Haskin

Cellular Industry Calls For National Regulations

The current mix of state and federal regulations covering the cellular industry should be replaced by a single federal regulatory framework, the trade organization representing U.S. cellular operators said Thursday.
TidBITS Joe Kissell  

Four iLife Apps Receive Updates

Apple released minor updates to four of the iLife '06 applications today - iWeb, iPhoto, iMovie HD, and iDVD - both via Software Update and as stand-alone downloads. As usual, the updates all include unspecified minor bug fixes and stability improvements.
Tom's Hardware Bert Topelt, Daniel Schuhmann, Frank Volkel

A 4.1 GHz Dual Core at $130 - Can it be True?

The news, for those who just can't stand the wait any more, is this: Intel has offered a budget Pentium as part of its processor line-up for a little while now. With a simple modification, however, this CPU can outperform every top-of-the-line processor around.




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Google's RSS Reader gets Personal, goes mobile

Google Reader has reportedly not only added the option to add itself to your Personalized Homepage, but also it's now available for viewing on the cellphone.

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