Are you ready for a netbook that doesn’t use an operating system? Google is banking on it, as it unveils the first Google branded netbook. Today, Tuesday, is the day of the anouncement and while the thought of a browser driven netbook is interesting, it does have some hurtles to hop.
By Bill Pytlovany
It’s been five years since media coined the term Cyber-Monday but the truth is everyday is a great shopping day online. I planned on writing an article about the safety of online shopping but noticed everyone was already doing it. Many sites provide the same duplicate tips. So I thought I might include some of the best tips and post them along with my favorites.
By John Dodge
Well, I’ve had the iPad for a month and I am supposed to love it. Guess what? I don’t know quite what to do with it.
By Bill Pytlovany
Have you noticed that most of the software you’re buying these days is only 99 cents?
The traditional software industry, like many, has been hit hard by slumping economic times. At least that’s what appears to be happening. I can’t help but notice traditional software distribution is in a state of flux not unlike the media and publishing industries.
I have a deal for you. In exchange for a free piece of software that helps you keep track of your passwords and other log on information, I’m going to install other programs on your PC that will track your web surfing and display advertising that pops-up on your screen. There will also be other types of ads on your computer based on information we collect.
Enhanced Internet tests
Update your anti-virus file
E-mail/print a page
Cool savings on hot Gateway PCs
WOW . . . It’s been almost three months since my last note to our visitors. Time is flying! And so is PC Pitstop. We are investing in many new and exciting technologies to keep this site one of the most innovative and interesting on the Net.