Windows7 New Bug, RTM Can’t Print Large Page Documents

Monday, December 21, 2009 10:11
Posted in category Microsoft, Windows
Windows7 New Bug, RTM Can’t Print Large Page Documents

Windows 7 is by no means without its own problems, albeit in a volume far less consistent compared to Windows Vista’s. Still, users of the latest iteration of the Windows client will stumble across glitches in the operating system, some more severe than others, some just annoyances. As far as printing from Windows 7 is concerned, Microsoft informs that customers might find themselves unable to print large page documents using the platform. “The problem will occur if “(Paper Width in inches * dpi) * (Paper Length in inches * dpi)” results in a number larger than 4GB (0xFFFFFFFF),” the company noted. The deal breaking combination is a mixture of high resolution content and la

Confusing Interface of New Mars Samsung’s Slick Android Phone

Monday, December 21, 2009 9:58
Posted in category IT News, Mobiles, Samsung
Confusing Interface of New Mars Samsung’s Slick Android Phone

The marching orders are in: Google’s Android Army is on the attack! T-Mobile is adding the new Samsung Behold II to its Android ranks, which already include the G1, the myTouch and the Cliq. After all the fanfare surrounding Verizon’s Motorola Droid and Sprint’s HTC Hero, the Behold II has some big shoes to fill. But now that we’ve tinkered with it, we can say with some certainty that it’s … different. Like the other phones, it’s running the Android operating system. But it also suffers from some unfortunate interface tweaks. In terms of hardware, the Behold II is mostly ace. The phone’s hard-plastic chassis fits comfortably in the hand, and it

Military Could Use iPhones to Track Friends, Enemies in War

Saturday, December 19, 2009 6:54
Posted in category IT News, Mobiles
Military Could Use iPhones to Track Friends, Enemies in War

What if the iPhone could be used in war? True, it’s primarily a consumer product, but it’s versatile and always connected to the internet (assuming you have network reception) — so why not? That’s the idea behind new iPhone apps being showcased by Raytheon, a military contractor, at the Intelligence Warfighting Summit in Tucson. One app called the One Force Tracker will provide live data tracking the location of friends and foes on real-time maps. The app will also be used to communicate with other units. The image above depicts multiple personnel of a military force or first-response team on a map displayed in One Force Tracker. “Among several objectives, Raytheon wants to enable

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