Yahoo Launches ‘My Web’ Beta

“My Web is the next step in our vision of integrating search, personal search and community by providing users an easy way to have their own personal Web search experience that incorporates the best of the Web and what matters most to them,” Qi Lu, vice president of engineering for Yahoo Search, said in a …more

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64-bit Windows wide open to viruses

Users of the latest 64-bit version of Microsoft’s Windows XP Professional x64 Edition operating system will not have the option to install Norton or McAfee antivirus software, vnunet.com can reveal. Users trying to install the Norton Internet Security 2005 security suite for consumers on the 64-bit version of Windows see an error message stating that …more

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Laplink extends remote PC access

Laplink Software last week updated its Laplink Everywhere remote access service for Windows PCs. The new release adds web-based interface options that let users access email and files on their office PC without having to open a full remote desktop session. vnunet.com

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AOL Begins Beta Test Of AIM Overhaul

America Online launches in beta an overhaul of its instant messaging client that expands the product’s communication capabilities to include enhanced PC-to-PC voice and streaming video messaging and media file transfers. InformationWeek

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Nokia N70 Multimedia Unveiled

Leave your notebooks at home, all you need for your computing on the go is a smartphone!  Nokia  today introduced the Nokia N70 multimedia, a beautifully designed, compact and easy-to-use 3G smartphone with versatile mobile photography, personal productivity and entertainment features. Incorporating a complete smartphone feature set, as well as a 2 megapixel camera, flash and …more

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New Rhapsody Service Aligns with Real Users

While the debate rages over whether Rhapsody has come up with a service that could knock off Apple’s iTunes as the market leader of downloaded music, it is clear that volume selling of music on the Internet is firmly in place. On this point, the record labels have lost. NewsFactor Technology News

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Microsoft Makes Sites Pull Longhorn Screenshots

Microsoft cracks down on several Web sites that had posted screenshots of Longhorn, and the move has angered some PC enthusiasts. Microsoft cracked down Wednesday on several Web sites that had posted screenshots of the most recent build of its next-generation Windows operating system, Longhorn, telling them that they were violating the beta licensing agreements. …more

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Announcment!! Legit Workshop – April 30th

Just wanted to let our forum members and guests know that our first anual Legit Workshop will be taking place this Saturday in St. Louis, Missouri. As a sponsor of the Warfactory LAN Party Series, Legit Reviews is happy to announce that we will be attending the event and holding a one hour workshop for …more

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Yahoo debuts personalized search

Yahoo introduced a personal search feature Wednesday, expanding its drive to offer made-to-order online services to consumers and answering the release of similar tools by rival Google. CNET News

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Free Macintosh Tech-Support Website Announces Support for New Version of OS X

Two months ago, MacOSX.com launched the unique service of personal techsupport for Mac users, providing one-on-one interaction between a user and atechnician. This free service has been met with great enthusiasm from Macusers who were tired of searching for answers and just wanted help with theirproblems.

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Put a Tiger in Your Mac

It just seems to be all about the operating systems right now!  I, for one, have been so impressed with all I’ve read about Tiger that I’m trying to find all the spare pennies I have so that I can run out and get a mac mini with a Tiger of my very own. With several …more

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Longhorn gets a black box

Is this a serious privacy issue or not?  You decide, make your opinion known in Legit Reviews’ forum. When a crash occurs the system will record information including what applications were open, what those application types are, and the user information each application currently had in it. For example, the system would record that you …more

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MS Offers Advancement Program

Are you upgrading to Microsoft’s new 64-bit version of Windows XP?  Drop by Legit Review’s forum and share your thoughts and upgrade experiences. In a bid to allow users to keep up with the transition process, Microsoft is offering the Technology Advancement program, which allows users to replace a previously licensed 32-bit version of Microsoft …more

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Viewsonic VX924 19″ 4ms TFT LCD

Take a look at this baby. A 19 inch LCD with a 4 ms response time, one of the fastest, if not *the* fastest lcd on the market. Can we eliminate ghosting from games all together now? Let’s hope so. The response time race has been a hotly contested one and ViewSonic’s latest VX924 takes …more

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