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Rumor mill says public Windows 7 Release Candidate coming on April 10th {Engadget}

Feb 21st 2009 11:53PM I can get Chrome to work on x64, just need to add -in-process-plugins to the launch property.
What I'd really like to know is how they got Chrome to work with Aero.. I can't get the clear window borders to work on Chrome!! It drives me nuts!

Cooldown possibly coming to CoH, Wild Growth {WoW}

Nov 7th 2008 10:48PM Rubbish! This idea is purely ridiculous. I spec'd into CoH solely to offer a quick, instant cast, quality healing ability.

Removing CoH will limit our healing ability quite significantly (for groups of course). Heck, this ability is even a primary group heal for 5mans.

Our mana efficiency will be blown way out of proportion if they do this as well. I really do not approve of this idea.

Countdown to Wrath Giveaway: Day 7 - BlizzCon Polar Bear Mounts {WoW}

Nov 6th 2008 10:59PM Oh oh! Can I get one!? ;)

Polar Bear Mount is live and Bind on Account {WoW}

Oct 14th 2008 9:35PM ...more like if you're lucky enough to actually get into the game...

Beyond the Lich: looking forward to future patches {WoW}

Oct 14th 2008 7:30PM I see one flaw with the list you provide here. You included a 3.1.1 even though a Blue on the forums had previously indicated the x.x.1 patches are always reserved for emergency hotfixes and that patch number is often bypassed and moved straight to x.x.2

Enter to celebrate patch 3.0.2 with a Paper Airplane from WoW Insider {WoW}

Oct 14th 2008 6:46PM The first time I'm going to do is start doing low level rep quests for Horde factions so I can work my way toward the 50 mounts achievement!

How to reveal blocked caller ID info: a video guide to risky behavior {Engadget}

Jul 22nd 2008 1:55AM I personally feel it's a little rediculous that Engadget would post something like this, and in tern promote the exploitation of a regulated system.... The methods used in this "how to" is not only a breach of personal privacy, it is likely illegal...
Sadly, I can report this is actually a functional method of "hacking" the privacy flags... And, working as a network technician for a telecommunications company, I can with full confidence say there is likely little that can be done to prevent this "hack" from being possible.

iPhone activation servers back online; stock updates from around the world {Engadget}

Jul 12th 2008 12:34AM Rogers - Winnipeg (Canada)
Sold out of 16Gb everywhere, most places seem to have 8Gb in fairly high quantities.

Rogers announces iPhone 3G plans, unlimited data isn't one of them {Engadget}

Jun 27th 2008 7:29PM Unreal... Rogers is crap, seriously. How can they justify charging this much money for a data plan when US residents get unlimited data for so much less?