Archive for September, 2006 revamped

September 30, 2006 2 comments

We have just revamped our website

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Personal Portability at Great Value

September 26, 2006 Leave a comment

Toshiba Satellite L30 (L30-330M). Selling at RM 1,999.00 (exclude delivery)


Intel® Celeron® M Processor 380  (1.60GHz, 1MB L2 Cache, 400MHz FSB)
Genuine Windows® XP Starter Edition
40GB HDD with shock absorber
CD-RW/DVD combo drive
14.o” W XGA TFT display
ATI Radeon® Xpress 200M, up to 128MB VRAM
56Kbps Modem, 10/100 Mbps Ethernet
Lightweight at 2.4kg
Bundled with Toshiba Sleeve Case
1-Year carry-in International Limited Warranty ( parts and labor )

Details at Tele Dynamic

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Better Fonts – 10,000 free fonts and counting

September 25, 2006 Leave a comment

Found this site and it is really helpful for those who need fonts to do spice up their designs.

Preview & download fonts here.

* Not all fonts are free, some freeware, some shareware and some demo version. But most of them are free for personal use, as far as I downloaded.

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Win32 error message – MS06-040 exploit

September 22, 2006 Leave a comment

Quite a number of internet users affected by this issue lately (since 1 month ago).

This problem is generated from a variant utilizing the MS06-040 vulnerability. It affects all the Windows Server, Windows XP & Windows 2000.

Please head on over to Microsoft Security Bulletin MS06-04 and download the relevant update then install it.

A quick note, always patch your system with latest security updates from Microsoft and also activate the Firewall when go online.

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Links for 2006-09-19

September 19, 2006 Leave a comment
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Search for a better battery keeps going and going..

September 18, 2006 Leave a comment

Today these and other portable devices largely run on lithium-ion batteries, which pack more electrical punch per pound and square inch than earlier nickel-based rechargeables did. But the dangers and limits of this technology were exposed last month when Dell and Apple asked customers to return nearly 6 million lithium-ion laptop batteries made by Sony Corp. that could overheat and start a fire. In a much smaller recall, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. also said last month that it would recall 6,000 similar batteries used in its Panasonic laptops sold in Japan because of concerns that they might overheat.

Read on.. 

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Wii – November 19

September 18, 2006 Leave a comment
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