Archive March 2006

Microsoft Delays

Microsoft Corp. will delay the consumer release of its new Windows operating system until January 2007, missing the holiday sales season and throwing some PC makers and retailers into turmoil. The delay in Windows Vista – caused by Microsoft needing more time to enhance security and other functions – will come as a blow to

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Digital Point Forummers Fall In

Greetings my fellow forummers, we are gathered here because i have a favor to ask of you. Could you please suggest to me how can i get rid of a 404 error whenever a spider bot comes to this site? As far as i know, i already have a robot.txt, however i cannot seem to

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Bottle Cap Tripods

The rage these days it seems comes from a bottle cap and a piece of threaded dowel. Branded a bottle cap tripod, it has emerged from the searches in all over the world to rise to the top search phrase for this week. That is no mean feat when you consider that it has to

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No cents from Adsense

After consecutive days of Adsense earnings that was bringing the bacon (fat free bacon at $1+ only), i had a shock when i saw that my earnings for 90 clicks was a measly $0.10. Now if my mathematics have not deserted me, that works out to be about a tenth of a cent for every

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Much to do with Xbox 360

What is the Xbox360? The Xbox 360 is Microsoft’s Next-Gen sequel to the Xbox. Can I use the Xbox360 controllers on my PC? Yes. The Xbox 360 wired controllers have been confirmed to be fully Plug-N-Play operational with Microsoft’s next Windows OS. What are the Computer USB Devices Xbox360 support? Microsoft USB Keyboard works on

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Xbox 360 Backwards Compatibility

Here is the most current list released of games Xbox games that will be playable on the Xbox360: Alias Aliens vs. Predator: Extinction All Star Baseball 2003 Amped Army Men: Sarge’s War Atari Anthology ATV Quad Power Racing 2 Baldur’s Gate Dark Alliance 2 Barbarian Barbie Horse Adventure Batman Begins Battle Engine Aquila Battlestar Galactica

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