Knackster writes: The eagerly anticipated new Star Trek film is set to enthrall some and enrage others with a young, spunky cast, vicious fights and sex scenes.
A new trailer (You Tube Flash) and new pics (The Register) from the forthcoming film were released online earlier this week, further fuelling the excitement of Trekkies around the world ahead of the film's release on May 8 next year.
Directed by JJ Abrams — the man behind Lost and Cloverfield — Star Trek XI will detail the early days of James T Kirk and his crew and will chronologically sit after the TV series Enterprise, starring Scott Bakula.
These pics, in essence make up the fast-paced trailer, which features snippets from the childhoods of Captain James T Kirk, played by Chris Pine and Mr Spock, played by Heroes star Zachary Quinto, lending an insight to the men they grow up to become.
Knackster writes: ""I was checking my Gmail account while having my morning coffee when I happen to glance at my mailbox size: You are currently using 814 MB (18%) of your 4434 MB.
When did Google increase the mailbox size?""
Knackster writes: If you decide to replace the motherboard in your computer, should you have to pay Microsoft again for the OS that came with the system? Well, in Redmond they think so, and that probably doesn't come as much of a surprise. What I do find a bit surprising is that Microsoft has chosen not to inform end users, not even in the darkest depths of the Windows EULAs, of this policy. Instead, computer manufacturers have just quietly been told that, hey, that's the way it's going to be.