I use teamview on all my computer. It's free for non comercial use and works GREAT.
Yes but don't forget, Canada is VERY sparely populated http://www12.statcan.ca/census-recensement/2006/as-sa/97-550/vignettes/m1-eng.htm Canadian ISP's don't provide service to anywhere with less that 10 people/km^2. So really that argument is rather moot.
I know bell advertises "up to" 7 mbps but the technology only goes up to 6 mbps.
With an energy density of 1/4 to 1/5 that of a lithium ion battery (in terms of volume and weight), I don't see this going too far.
Sounds like an Ad for CLR to me...?
Leo Laport! LOL
a city trying to increase their tax pool by setting up cameras to catch people j-walking then mailing them tickets on mass. I don't think the citizens of that city would be happy, yet somehow I think were just gonna take it
alx5000 writes "Engadget has a story about Displax Interactive Systems, a Portuguese company that has created a new polymer film that, when stuck onto a surface, converts it into a multitouch touchscreen with up to 16 contact points. The article states that 'if all goes well, the first Displax-enabled wares will start shipping this July.'"
Actually if you include the new WIND mobile that's 5.