A little over a year ago Symantec rocked my world with their 2009 product line, and since then it has been an uphill battle for me because I have been defending a product that many people hate.
I know NIS 2010 isn’t my product and I do not work for Symantec but when something as great as NIS 2010 comes around and you realize a lot of people can benefit from it, you want to fight for it and make sure those in need can take advantage of it. But even though Norton for the past year has had a great product it’s still hard to be taken seriously when you defend it.
But everyone should give Norton that second, third or fourth chance! No matter how many times you may have tried a Norton product in the past, no matter how bad of a taste their products may have left in your mouth try it again! It’s a completely reworked product and in my opinion the best security software on the market.
Enjoy the video of the Dockstar unboxing and check back with us in a week or two for the review.
Today we unboxed the Samsung Instinct HD for Sprint. Enjoy the video and check back in a week or two for the review.
I’ve been scouring the internet for more information on what’s new with the upcoming SharePoint 2010 release.
Information about administration and user experience: Business Collaboration Platform
Information about the new development experience, and some more admin information: Developer and IT Pro Outtakes
Document sets (folders done right): Document Sets in SP2010
I’m looking forward to a lot of the changes, especially the visual webpart designer, AJAX enabled views, and proper folders (document sets). The performance metrics are pretty nifty too.
Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days is finally here, and for all you Kingdom Hearts fans out there, it will not disappoint. And quite honestly, the only peeople who will get anything out of this game are the Kingdom Hearts fans; those who have played all the previous titles and know the storyline (confusing as it is). To the KH virgin, you might be a little lost. I’m not even going to begin to break down the story, but the KH faithful out there should be able to follow this review.
Toshiba today unveiled the new Toshiba Satellite T100 series, an ultra thin notebook toshiba hopes will meet the demands of the everyday user. The T100 has a starting price of $449.99.
“Toshiba has a long history of engineering laptops in highly compact form factors with value-added elements that enhance the mobile computing experience,” said Carl Pinto, vice president, product development, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “These new ultra-thin laptops reflect the next step in Toshiba laptop innovation, delivering the perfect balance of performance, mobility and style and broaden our portfolio of ultra-mobile offerings, giving consumers more choice.”
The T100 will be available October 22nd when Windows 7 launches, it will be powered by a Intel Pentium SU4100, SU2700 or Intel Celeron 743 processor. Up to 250 GB of HDD space and up to 8 GB of memory.
Nintendo yesterday officially announced a drop in price for the Nintendo Wii from $249 to $199. The price drop will go into effect on Sunday so wait until then!
On October 11th 2009, Sprint will make the HTC Hero available but you don’t have to wait until then to see one. Check out our unboxing video below. Enjoy!
My buddy Bob Stein and his staff over at ActiveWin have put together a 70 page review on Windows 7, and I thought I would share it with you all.
Might take you a day or two to read it all but check it out here.
Toshiba today made us lust over their new Qosmio X500 series enthusiast notebook series which has features that will make the mouths of any hard core gamer and content creator water. The Toshiba Qosmio X500 will feature an Intel Core i7 Processor, and NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250M graphics. Those two features combined are enough to give me goose bumps.
“Gaming and high-definition content creation continue to drive high-performance PC demand and Toshiba is extremely committed to serving those markets,” said Carl Pinto, vice president of product development, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “This line combines premium design users crave with the highest quality of Toshiba engineering to offer one of the best audio-visual experience currently available on a laptop, at prices attainable for those who need it.”