Items tagged with Yeah

AMC Networks, which owns and operates AMC, IFC, Sundance Channel, WE tv and IFC Films, has just launched a new service that couldn't possibly be more fun to say. It's called YEAH! No, really -- it's called YEAH. It's being described as the first "streaming movie service that is an entirely new way to watch movies online." That sounds mighty vague, but it essentially gives each YEAH film "interactive features including 400-500 individual pieces of original content curated from in-depth research." The new bonus content is displayed on-screen seamlessly, making it a bit like VH1's Pop-Up Video, but... Read more...
Work in IT long enough--say, a week--and you'll inevitably encounter an employee whose enthusiasm for their own ideas is matched only by their utter inability to comprehend their own incompetence. These are the users who open every attachment, volunteer to help the poor millionaires of Nigeria, and who ask to see the company's firewall. It only takes one of these people to wreak havoc on an IT admin's life. If one of these derp-spawned users is a headache, 20 of them in a room are apparently the New York Post. Like many newspapers and magazine publishers, the New York Post has created an iPad app... Read more...
ASUS has captivated the UMPC world with their nifty little Eee PCs. I can't recall a more eagerly awaited item than the followup to the original Eee. Here it is. The 900 PC is filled with all sorts of win, in more or less the same little package:8.9" 1024x600 resolution displayIntel® Mobile CPU (Celeron) running at 900 Mhz1 GB DDR memory12 GB SSD with Windows, 20GB Linux versionHD audio with built-in speakersBuilt-in 802.11b/g wireless1.3M pixel webcamBig, "FingerGlide" multi-touchpadMobility is one of the major factors attributed to the Eee PC’s success; and this is in part due to the use... Read more...
Dell is out with a line of laptops and desktops aimed at the small business market. They've named the line Vostro, which is latin for... Oh, who cares, it's a dumb name. Never mind the name, it's a great idea. Businesses of a dozen or two people (SMEs) can't afford to have in-house tech support, and need inexpensive, powerful machines ready to go out of the box, with remote technical assistance available. In Vostro, the Texas-based computer specialist is releasing not only a new line-up of SME hardware but also a complete range of Dell services intended to make business life... Read more...