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Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Jonathan-C. Phillips Joins [GAS]

We've got another new contributor over at [GAS] and his name is Jonathan C. Phillips. Jonathan works as a sound engineer during the day and is a professional blogger at night. He will be mostly blogging about gadgets and technology in general.

Welcome Jonathan!



Saturday, May 12, 2007

Clean your Screen, Recover your Data, Freeze your Hard Drive and Recover your password!

By the way, we moved, didn't we already tell you that? [GAS] 2.0 is now our new headquarter, so head over there!

While being here, are a few of our best performing article, search-engine wise:

#1: How to clean your LCD screen
There is a free and easy way to clean your LCD screen. This article will explain you all there is to know about it.

#2: Hard Drive Recovery 101
What can you do when your hard drive crashes? Can you actually recover data out of it? Check this article to find out more!

#3: Freeze your Hard Drive to Recover Data
Did you know that it was possible to recover data out of a mechanically damaged hard drive? Warning: Try this as a last resort.. and if you're in doubt, don't try at all!

#4: Windows Password Recovery for all!
Yes, it is possible to get back your windows password, even after forgetting about it for good. Works under NT 4, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows 2003. I don't know if it works under Vista, I haven't tried it yet.

You can look at the rest of our articles on [GAS] 1.0 right here, and those on [GAS] 2.0 here.

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Sunday, May 06, 2007

New Contributing Writer

Just a quick post to let you guys know that Brian Boyko, ex-associate editor for HardOCP.com’s and current blogger for Network Performance Daily has just started to write for us. Brian will no doubt make an excellent addition to our team. Other new contributors should also start contributing in the next few weeks, so don't forget to stay tuned and check us out regularly.

Kiltak over and out!



Tuesday, May 01, 2007

The Flash Survivor

Corsair, a worldwide leader in high performance computer and flash memory products, today unveiled the new Flash Survivor™ family of USB drives. Designed and engineered to be the industry’s toughest USB drive, the Flash Survivor is a water-resistant, aluminum encased, shock-proof way to store user’s information and files. Offering unique features and the highest price/performance solution in the market - the Flash Survivor is immediately available in two variations: Flash Survivor GT 8GB – MSRP $129.99 USD and Flash Survivor 4GB – MSRP $59.99 USD.