Computer parts wear out over time due to heat and use. All parts are prone to failure after time, particularly moving parts like hard drives or fans whose ball bearings deteriorate. Here is a picture of a video card that we replaced today (click to enlarge). Capacitors (the silver cylinders in this picture) swell and
We’ve been seeing a new malware infection daily, and its rapid growth is giving users a scare. Once it infects you, it freezes your computer, warns you that the FBI is tracking you, and demands that you make payment of a fine to the government in order to unfreeze your computer. Here are the details:
Sears will be hosting their E-Waste Recycling Collection event on Friday & Saturday April 27th & 28th from 8:30AM-4:00PM. They will accept any electronic device that has a power cord or runs on batteries, with the exception of large appliances. Please make sure you remove all light bulbs, batteries and ink cartridges from your items before
Here’s another example of how technology is making things even easier for us. Imagine walking down the street and spotting a fancy car. So fancy you’re not even sure what it is. Enter eBay Motor’s new app (for iPhone only). Snap a picture of it and the app will parse the image, identify the car,
We are currently being inundated with clients who have been infected with Win 7 Antispyware 2012 and Vista Antivirus 2012. This is the largest increase in infection rates we’ve seen in many months. This rogue spyware masquerades as an anti-spyware program, ostensibly alerting you to an infection on your machine. Their goal is to capture
Google has announced that they’ve added weather to their Maps, allowing you to see at a glance the weather conditions in your area, or around the world. Clicking will bring up more detailed information, like humidity, wind conditions, and a 4-day forecast. Check out their video below for more info.