New $100 Bill, Counterfeit-Proof?

New $100 Bill, Counterfeit-Proof?

By Jennifer Curra October 7, 2013

Are you ready to get your hands on the new $100 bill? If so, you’re not alone. The $100 bill is the second most common bill only behind the $1 bill. So, it should come as no surprise that the …

IE and Google Chrome Browsers Get Upgraded

chrome-logoIn the past two days both Google and Microsoft have announced either changes or a new releases for their browser. Both are obviously touting improvements with speed being the main focus of Google and features being that of Microsoft.

Gmail Interface Getting an Upgrade

Hot on the heels of Gmail’s introduction of IMAP support comes upgrades to its interface. Google Operating System has details of what’s being rolled out and Sam Harrelson is one of the first to see the new features.

Latest Version of WordPress Released
The latest version of the WordPress blogging platform was released late yesterday.

Recent Yahoo Panama Upgrades
Yahoo Panama is on the upgrade path with several new features to help advertisers streamline account management:

FAA May Ground Vista In Favor Of Google

Migrating to an upgraded operating system at the Federal Aviation Administration may mean going with a Linux distribution instead of Microsoft’s Windows Vista.

Google Analytics Receives Upgrade

Google has rolled out a new version of its Google Analytics. The new version was announced today at the EMetrics Summit in San Francisco.

AdSense Accounts Receiving An Upgrade

Logging in to AdSense will soon require those users to upgrade their accounts to the full Google Accounts experience.

Latest WordPress Bugfixes

If you upgraded to or installed the new WordPress version 2.1 that was released last month, you’ll be interested in a major bugfix released today:

[…] Version 2.1.1 includes about 30 bug fixes, mostly minor things around encoding, XML-RPC, the object cache, and HTML code. It’s available for immediate download on our download page.

Vista Express Upgrade Not On Schedule

There was only one decent reason to buy a PC in the months leading up to the launch of Windows Vista: the Express Upgrade program, which gave buyers of new PCs with Windows XP a free or cheap upgrade to Vista. The "Express" part of the upgrade is turning out to be a bit misleading for Dell customers, with the upgrades arriving on a first-come first-served basis in as many as 6-8 weeks, plus a website that’s experiencing nasty downtime, bugs, driver issues and other kinks.

Watch Your Steps Before Upgrading to WordPress 2.1

I ran into issues while trying to upgrade a Wordpress 2.0.7 installation to the new Wordpress 2.1 release.

Upgrade to Latest WordPress

Is my advice if you’d like to keep from getting hacked.

Vista RC1 Media Center Time-Bombs

A whole lot of Windows Vista beta testers are miffed to find out that Vista’s Media Center stopped working properly on December 31.

Interview with Yahoo’s John Slade on Panama

There has been quite a bit of buzz on the paid search marketing front with the launch of the new Yahoo! Search Advertising platform aka “Panama”.

Yahoos Panama Open to New Advertisers

If you’ve not yet had a chance to use Yahoo’s new search marketing platform (aka Panama), you can get a look by signing up for a new account.

When the OS Doesn’t Matter

What happens when the operating system you use doesn’t really matter any more?

Vista Vouchers to Entice Holiday PC Buyers

Microsoft recently announced an Express Upgrade Voucher that will allow consumers who buy Windows XP PCs a less costly upgrade to Windows Vista when it’s released at the end of January.