keyboard

Wed
30
Mar
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Acer Releases Dual-Screen, No-Keyboard Laptop

With Research in Motion (RIM), Dell, and of course Apple all releasing their own variations on the tablet computer, it seems like slate devices are here to stay. But is there anything else trendy enough to knock off the tablet? Acer's new Iconia ... "touchbook" might actually indicate the emergence of a new line of dual-touchscreen devices. The Acer Iconia-6200 is now available to American and Canadian consumers via Amazon.com and Amazon.ca. Coming in at a thunderous $1,200, it isn't cheap, but with a pair of 14-inch displays and a whole lot of power, it is very, very cool. Dynamic Touchscreen ... (view more)

Thu
11
Feb
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'Motherboard Monitor', and 'Virtual Keyboard'

Motherboard Monitor Motherboard Monitor (MBM) is a tool that will display information from the sensor chips on your motherboard in your Windows system tray, such as chip temperature. MBM supports a wide range of chipsets and sensor chip ... combinations. It can sense temps from CPU, hard disk, graphics card, and motherboard. It also senses fan speeds. If it senses that your hardware is overheated, it can protect it by shutting it down. http://majorgeeks.com Virtual Keyboard A free, lightweight, multilingual and finger-friendly virtual on-screen keyboard. Virtual Keyboard works on any Windows- ... (view more)

Mon
28
Sep
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Archos 9TabletPC: Boasts On-Screen Keyboard, Win7

High-end digital media device-maker Archos, which has made a name for itself in an iPod-dominated market by selling "entertainment products," is taking a big leap forward with tablet technology by introducing an 8.9 inch machine capable of running ... Microsoft's highly anticipated operating system (OS), Windows 7. The device, dubbed the "Archos 9PCtablet," will feature an on-screen keyboard and a 1.2 GHz Intel Atom Z515 processor. The tiny tablet will also boast high definition video, stereo audio, and non-3G wireless. However, the feature getting most of the attention is its ... (view more)

Fri
24
Jul
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Researchers: Power Sockets can Detect Keyboard Input

Researchers at security firm Inverse Path plan to demonstrate how standard power sockets (used in a home, for instance) can be used to eavesdrop on what is being typed onto a computer keyboard. They plan to make a presentation at the Black Hat ... Security conference taking place in Las Vegas from July 25-30 this year. The researchers found that poor electrical shielding on some keyboard cables can result in data being leaked into power circuits. Analyzing such information allowed the researchers to see what was being typed on a keyboard. So far, demonstrations of the attacks have worked at ... (view more)

Tue
02
Jun
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'Hwinfo', and 'Keyboard Lock'

HWiNFO and HWiNFO32 HWiNFO and HWiNFO32 are professional hardware information and diagnostic tools supporting latest components, industry technologies and standards. Both tools are designed to collect and present the maximum amount of information ... possible about computer's hardware which makes them suitable for users searching for driver updates, computer manufacturers, system integrators and technical experts as well. Retrieved information is presented in a logical and easily understandable form and can be exported into various types of reports! http://www.hwinfo.com Keyboard Lock Using ... (view more)

Wed
12
Dec
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Wireless Keyboards Handy For Hackers, Too

Security experts have found a way to intercept information from Microsoft's wireless keyboards, and warn that other brands could also be at risk. The affected keyboards don't use the popular Bluetooth technology, but instead broadcast on a very ... short radio frequency. Most surprisingly, the encryption appears to be shockingly weak. It turns out that much only the keystrokes themselves are encrypted, not any of the background information such as that used to synchronise the keyboard and computer. Shockingly, the same encryption key (the code needed to decipher the data) is used for the entire ... (view more)

Thu
21
Jun
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iPhone Onscreen Keyboard Sparks Debate

While the recent hype over the much anticipated Apple iPhone would have potential buyers believing that the product is flawless, industry analysts are just now realizing that the gadget lacks an obvious feature: a mechanical keyboard. As it stands, ... the iPhone sports only one mechanical button, and is only used to return users to the home screen. The lack of more than one button seemingly echoes a statement made by Apple CEO Steven Jobs over two decades ago. Back then, Jobs discouraged the implementation of more than one mechanical button for any computer mouse so that users would never have ... (view more)

Thu
15
Mar
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'Keyboard Tweaker', and 'Bandwidth Controller'

Keyboard Tweaker Keyboard Tweaker is a Hotkeys manager. It transform a normal keyboard with 101/102 keys into a multimedia keyboard using the hotkeys. The program sets some combinations to the keyboard keys for a function. http://stud.usv.ro/~alexbu ... Bandwidth Controller Bandwidth Controller is a complete Traffic Shaping solution for IP based networks. It provides network administrators with traffic shaping and flow control capabilities, including automated components for Internet allocation and provision. After installing the product on any gateway or server, access is gained to all Internet ... (view more)

Wed
04
Oct
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[ShellX 20061004]:'Drop My Rights', and 'Xp Keyboard Shortcuts'

Drop My Rights DropMyRights is a very simple application to help users who must run as an administrator run applications in a much-safer context -- that of a non-administrator. It does this by taking the current user's token, removing various ... privileges and SIDs from the token, and then using that token to start another process, such as Internet Explorer or Outlook. This tool works just as well with Mozilla's Firefox, Eudora, or Lotus Notes e-mail. http://msdn.microsoft.com Xp Keyboard Shortcuts XP Keyboard Shortcuts contains lots of production-improving shortcuts on a single chart for your ... (view more)

Fri
07
Jul
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Moving Around in a Workbook: MS Excel

When you begin a new workbook, the "active cell" is located at the top-left corner of the worksheet (in Cell A1). To create your worksheet or make changes to it, you must move around in it. Getting around in a worksheet quickly is the mark of an ... experienced Excel user. You want to learn the quickest way to get from place to place so you can use your time more efficiently. Keyboard Shortcuts for Moving Around in a Worksheet You can move around in the worksheet by pressing the arrow keys and other direction keys on the keyboard. When you use the keyboard to move around in the ... (view more)

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