Saturday, April 21, 2007

RadarSync keeps your Device Drivers & Software Versions Up to Date...

Some of the software and hardware drivers on your computer may be obsolete and it's therefore essential that you update the PC with the latest device drivers and software versions. To update, you can either visit each of the software vendor's website, search for updates and download them. Works perfect but imagine how much time you'll waste when there are dozens of software and hardware components (like printer, sound card, motherboard, graphics card, monitor, keyboard, etc).

An easy alternative is RadarSync, a 300kb freeware, that scans your computer and prepares a report (in minutes) of all software and device drivers that are out of date and have new updates available on the vendor's website. That will help you save lot of effort.

RadarSync's PC update suite makes it quick and easy to find updates for your PC's software applications and hardware (device drivers). RadarSync checks your PC against a database of over 90,000 files and provides you with a detailed and personalized list of updates YOUR computer needs. The database is updated weekly and frequent checks are your first line of defense against computer problems.

While the premium version of RadarSync will provide you the direct download links, techies wanting to save some bucks can Google the software versions mentioned in the RadarSync report and download the necessary stuff themselves.

[ Source: Digital Inspiration ]

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Google TiSP vs The Daily Ittefaq

This is really hilarious!!! Google had their usual annual April Fool jokes this year as Google TiSP (Toilet Internet Service Provider) :

And you know what ... ... ... ... ...

One of the most circulated daily newspapers in Bangladesh, The Daily Ittefaq took it very seriously and published an article on it as you can see below:

Friday, April 06, 2007

Is it the World's Smallest MP3 Player ??

Yes, this product is actually called the “Ultimate Smallest MP3 Player”. It measures just 24mm x 24mm x 24mm and features 2GB of built-in memory for all your favorite tunes. How small are we gonna get before we lose the thing under our fingernail ?? And what’s with the headphones being heavier than the device itself ?? Whoosh! Anyhow, it’s got an in-built FM radio, 2GB of memory (200 hours of non-stop music) and handles MP3, WMA, ASF and WAV.

But there is more to the tiny device than 200 hours of non-stop music. There is a built-in 3.7V lithium battery, which will enable hours of continuous playtime between charges. It also comes with a USB adapter, making it easy to use with your PC or laptop while requiring no drivers or software installation. There is even a built-in FM radio to allow you to listen to your favorite radio station or keep up with the breaking news.

Ultimate Smallest MP3 Player Official Site

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

How to Run Google Talk in Firefox Sidebar...

Recently, Google has launched a new way to use your favorite instant messaging software, Google Talk. Yap, you guessed it right, I am talking about the Google Talk Gadget - a web-based module that you can add to your Google Personalized Homepage. The Google Talk Gadget is clearly more usable than the stand-alone GTalk desktop client or the floating AJAX version in GMail. But you will be thrilled to know that you can even put your Google Talk client in your Firefox sidebar so it always stays in the foreground no matter what website you are on currently.

In order to add Google Talk in your Firefox sidebar, you have just to do the following simple tricks:
  1. First, open this page with your Firefox Browser, then Right click on the following link and select ‘Bookmark this Link’:

  2. Now click on Bookmarks button from your Firefox menubar and then select ‘Organize Bookmarks...’ - your Firefox Bookmarks Manager window will be popped up.

  3. Navigate to the link, you have just bookmarked in step-1, from the right pane of your bookmarks manager, select it and then click on the Properties button at the top of the window.

  4. Now tick the checkbox from the properties window that says ‘Load this bookmark in the sidebar’ as shown in the following screen-shot:

- Just open your created Bookmark whenever you want to run your Google Talk client in your Firefox Sidebar and enjoy chatting with your Google Talk buddies while surfing in the net using Firefox.

Just Google :: The Unofficial Google Theme Song...

Lex Friedman and Seth Brown of the Leth & Sex News podcasts have composed an excellent music video devoted to our favorite search engine - Google! The song titled “Just Google!” is just a parody of the famous song “Beat It” by Michael Jackson.

You're surely gonna love this music video! So, Just Don't miss it!

And in case you wanna download this video, then you better go to VIXY.NET, enter “” in the URL field and then press start button for online video conversion and download.

Source: Digital Inspiration