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Consider Junking phpBB

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 16, 2005

Among the free message board softwares available to the public, phpBB seems to the one of the most favorite of the lot. Frankly, I have not extensively used, styled nor administered a forum running on phpBB. For about four years now, I have had considerable experience styling & hacking InvisionBoard and vBulletin for my own sites and a few others for foreign clients. Not once I have been commissioned to do one using phpBB. My gut tells me to gravitate away from phpBB and if you are running multiple servers with hundreds of domains and where about 2 dozens of…

Beginner’s Guide to Podcasting

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: November 24, 2005

For those interested about podcasting and wanted to set up one, download this PDF document -- PODSNAPPER Beginner's Guide to Podcasting, created by Michael Pollock of The 36-page PDF file is a very thorough guide on podcasting worth reading. [tags]how to create a podcast, guide, tutorial, free podcast[/tags]

Netbook Rating Buyer’s Guide

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: May 28, 2009

With the dozens and dozens of emails I get about people looking for recommendations on which netbook to buy, I thought it would be better if I could round them all up and do a "buyer's guide" of sorts. The guide is composed of 5 categories I believe is very relevant to consumer buying decisions — feature, design, battery life, price and value for money — each of which will be given a score between 0 to 10, 10 being the highest and zero the lowest. Of the 5 categories, 2 are objective ratings -- price and battery life --…

YugaTech Comprehensive Christmas Gadget Guide 2013

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: December 5, 2013

With less than a month to go before Christmas, we're pretty sure that there are still people rushing towards buying the perfect Christmas gadget gift. No need to worry as we have you covered from handhelds to heavy-duty tech goodies. Read through to see our quick rundown of all the gadget guides we've published for this holiday season. You can click through the photos and the links below to go to the specified guide. Before anything else though, you might want to check out the 6 questions you need to ask yourself before buying a gadget.   YugaTech Christmas Gadget Guide:…

YugaTech Comprehensive Christmas Gadget Guide 2014

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: December 8, 2014

The year is almost ending, and with Christmas fast approaching, you may want to check out the best gadgets you can buy, whatever category they may fall under. So, without further ado, here it is: our most comprehensive Christmas gadget guide! Click through the images below to view the respective guides: If you have any more suggestions on what you want to see, feel free to leave it in the comment section and we'll see what we can do. Happy holiday shopping!

Mac vs. Windows: The “McDo WiFi Guide” Revelation

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: July 26, 2011

This McDonald's brochure for the store's WiFi Guide paints a clear picture between the Windows and the Mac OS X operating systems; but that really depends on where you're coming from. The brochure shows step-by-step instructions on how to connect to the McDo WiFi and it clearly shows the Windows operating system taking 2 out fo the 3 pages while it's barely half a page for the Mac {via}. There's a catch though -- the instructions for connecting WiFi on Windows OS includes 3 variants -- XP, Vista and Win 7; while on the Mac, it's just one (they didn't…

When the Price Tag Law becomes anti-consumer

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: December 3, 2006

In the past couple of years, I have been a bit vocal with PC shops and gadget stores that brandish two separate price tags for their items -- one is for the cash price and another more expensive price for credit card buyers. I always try and make them hear me whisper that it's against consumer interest to have two pricing schemes. How I wish there was a strict law implementing a one-price policy. So, I was excited to learn that the Price Tag Law was passed and being enforced by the DTI. However, I also realized that Filipino business…

YugaTech Christmas Gadget Guide: Gaming Consoles

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: November 10, 2013

Christmas is fast approaching and we're still far away from giving out all the gadget guides we can give! For this one, we're going to dive into the world of gaming - that includes consoles, handhelds and the like! We're adding in a few games you might want to purchase as well for each console so read on! Now some may say that you can game on laptops & smartphones too, but if that's the only specific type of gaming you're up to, then we suggest you to read on through our other gadget guides below: YugaTech Christmas Gadget Guide: Smartphones YugaTech…

Download Windows 8 Consumer Preview

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: February 29, 2012

Microsoft has just released the Windows 8 Consumer Preview for the public to download and test out. The ISO files are about 2.5GB in size for the 32-bit and 3.3GB for the 64-bit. Download Windows 8 64-bit here (3.3GB). Download Windows 8 32-bit here (2.5GB). For other languages, you can go to the Microsoft download page here to get them (for Chinese, French, German and Japanese languages with Product Key DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J). Windows 8 Product Key: DNJXJ-7XBW8-2378T-X22TX-BKG7J Once downloaded, just burn the ISO image to a DVD or a flash drive. To access Windows Store and to download and run apps,…

Microsoft Windows 8 Beta Consumer Preview

Relevance: 42%      Posted on: March 23, 2012

So I’ve finally installed the Beta version of Windows 8 on our Sony Vaio P. This device has come a long way and has served us very well ever since we got it. This ultra-portable netbook originally came pre-installed with Windows Vista Starter, and then was upgraded to Windows 7 Ultimate and now Windows 8 Beta. The upcoming OS version of Microsoft closely resembles Windows Phone 7 which was created for smartphones and tablets. But, is this going to click with the consumers? Or is this going suffer the same fate of Windows Vista? Let me share some changes on…