Archive | August, 2008

Joost 1.1.8 Beta – New way to watch internet TV

By Detector | 31 August 2008

Joost is a new way for you to watch TV on the internet. With Joost, you get all the things you love about TV, including a high-quality full-screen picture, hundreds of full-length shows and easy channel-flipping....
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Ubuntu 8.10 Feature Freeze

By Detector | 30 August 2008

Ubuntu 8.10 is now feature-frozen, ubuntu team stop with introducing new features, packages, and APIs, and concentrate on fixing bugs. The final release is on track for October 30th. An up-to-date list of the new features...
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Songbird – all platform music player

By Detector | 27 August 2008

Songbird is open source, cross-platform free music player. It is very customizable and it supports extensions, plugins and skins. It has many integrated services, hundreds of add-ons, and a growing developer community. It’s built on Mozilla,...
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Ubuntu theme for Windows XP

By Detector | 25 August 2008

There is a various Windows XP themes available for download. If you wanna modern Ubuntu look for your Windows XP continue to read this tutorial: Download skin file from here. The size is 2.3 mb and...
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Exact Audio Copy

By Detector | 23 August 2008

Exact Audio Copy is free audio grabber for audio CDs using standard CD and DVD-ROM drives. It is very precise and it works with a technology, which reads audio CDs almost perfectly. If there are any...
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New ATI and Nvidia drivers for Linux

By Detector | 22 August 2008

There is a new version of graphic card drivers for Linux OS. Nvidia released Display driver version 177.67, with many bug fixes and support for GeForce GTX 260/280 graphic cards. ATI also release a new version...
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IBM build the smallest SRAM memory cell

By Detector | 20 August 2008

IBM and its joint development partners – several tech companies (AMD, Freescale, STMicroelectronics, Toshiba and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)) – announced the first working static random access memory (SRAM) for the 22...
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How to hack 12 Volt Battery and save your money

By Detector | 19 August 2008

This trick is going to save you a lot of money. If you have lots of devices that run on button cells and you always cringe when it comes to going out to buy them, just...
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Get impressive website design for you site with

By Detector | 16 August 2008

Website templates are essential to creating attractive, yet affordable web designs. offers the finest in web templates, flash templates and website templates for individuals or businesses looking to take a website to the next level....
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Free online books and magazines

By Detector | 16 August 2008

You read a lot, have special computer interests, or you just collect e-books?? Then this is the site for you You can find mostly computer based books and magazines. So enjoy, and share this link...
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Find nursing school and obtaining degree at

By Detector | 15 August 2008

Finding the nursing schools that fits your expectations is the first step to an education. You can start your education with finding nursing schools at At this site, you can find programs in your state...
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Start Your culinary Education with Culinary Schools USA

By Detector | 15 August 2008

Finding the right culinary school that fits your expectations is the first step to an education. You can start your education with finding culinary schools at The Online Guide to Culinary Arts Schools & Culinary Training...
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How To Record Skype Calls on Ubuntu Linux

By Detector | 14 August 2008

If you are using Skype on Linux and if you want to record Skype calls (friend, conference or some meeting), here is interesting tutorial: 1. For succesfull recording you will need to use: ALSA (alsamixer) found...
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Subtitle Editor for Linux

By Detector | 13 August 2008

Subtitle Editor is a tool to edit subtitles for Linux. It can be used for new subtitles or as a tool to transform, edit, correct and refine existing subtitle. This program also shows sound waves, which...
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MobileMe Mail and Gmail Go Down Simultaneously

By Detector | 12 August 2008

For a period of several hours on 11-Aug-08, both MobileMe Mail and Google’s Gmail were both inaccessible for many users, although Gmail reportedly remained accessible for those retrieving email via IMAP and a standalone email client....
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VIA quits motherboard chipset business

By Detector | 12 August 2008

VIA officially announce that it now sees no future in making chipsets for third parties such as Intel and AMD – said in the interview for CustomPC VIA’s vice president of corporate marketing in Taiwan, Richard...
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Steve Jobs confirmed "kill switch" trigger in iPhone applications

By Detector | 11 August 2008

Chief Executive of Apple Inc. – Steve Jobs, in today’s Wall Street Journal said that users last month have downloaded more than 60 million programs for the iPhone. He said “While most of those applications were...
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Liferea – Linux News RSS Reader

By Detector | 10 August 2008

Are you reading daily news on internet? Technology, local news, other interests, detector-pro RSS.. Always opening new browsers, writing address and also reading non-important news?! If the answer is yes, try Liferea – open source news...
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Software for finding bugs in Java programs

By Detector | 09 August 2008

FindBugs is a program which uses static analysis to look for bugs in Java code. With this tool you can improve the performance of an application developed in Java and its security against exploiting bugs. The...
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Storage your files online with DropBoks

By Detector | 08 August 2008

DropBoks is application inside browser that allows you to securely store files online. At this moment creators of this online storage space allows for each user max. 1 GB of storage space. You can upload/download files...
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