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Although there are a zillion ways to download YouTube videos to your computer, YouTube has finally started rolling out a “click to download” button on some of its videos, with a wider rollout said to be on the way.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Could it really be true – an ISP in Australia offering broadband with no download caps? A new ISP called “myKP” says it will offer just that from January 26 but “initially” only on a limited basis in areas that can already access myKP’s Free Wi-Fi - although the service is expected to be offered to "everyone" in a "not too long" timeframe.

Published in Strategy
Sunday, 11 January 2009 13:14

Here are your Windows 7 beta 1 activation keys

All weekend as Windows 7 keys were hard to come by, people tried accessing Microsoft’s TechNet site to access their unique activation keys. Originally with a 2.5m download limit, people expected keys to go fast, but with that limit removed, it appears that the TechNet issued keys are generic – and I’ve used one to activate Windows 7 beta 1, so I know it works!

Published in Fuzzy Logic




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