Wednesday, February 22, 2012

We'd like to thank...

MJ Technologies LLC would like to thank author Sissy Silva in selecting us to help her with her Facebook page Random-Ish & Other Nonsense.  We developed the buy the book and the visit the blog pages.

We encourage you to like the page and buy the book.

New Nook at $199.99 but....

8 GB version but we'd will still go for the 16GB edition.

See what Cnet has to say about it.

Unable to process credit cards on Feb 24...please read below

Advance Notification: Intuit credit card processing maintenance — Feb. 24 

We're committed to providing reliable services to you and your business. As part of our efforts to improve service and increase uptime, we are taking our QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Online Payroll, QuickBooks Connected Services, and payments processing systems offline for a short period on 2/24/2012 for planned maintenance. We expect systems to be offline between 11 PM and 3AM PST. 

We appreciate your understanding and continued support as we work hard to complete this upgrade in an efficient and timely manner.

Thank you for being a valued customer of Intuit Payment Solutions. We sincerely appreciate your decision to process your credit card payments with us. 

Need more time? We've extended our hours

We've extended our business hours from 8am - 6pm, Monday through Friday.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Google Wallet disables prepaid card use following latest hacks

"To address an issue that could have allowed unauthorized use of an existing prepaid card balance if someone recovered a lost phone without a screen lock, tonight we temporarily disabled provisioning of prepaid cards," Bedier explained. "We took this step as a precaution until we issue a permanent fix soon." From Google


Wednesday, February 8, 2012

You need to see it now? Check out this extension for Chrome Browsers!

Advertisements are a great way for Web sites that provide free services to help recoup the cost of operation. When ads pop up on YouTube, they're not too much of an issue, and are generally viewed as inevitable. However, if you're trying to find a specific video, waiting through a 20- to 30-second ad each time can become very frustrating. Fortunately for Chrome users there's an extension called Skip ads on YouTube - No illegal block, which allows you to skip the ads and get straight to the video.

Read about it here...    Get the extension here!

Monday, February 6, 2012

Microsoft Windows 7 tour

Hello everyone, if you have just recently bought a new pc or upgraded to Windows 7.  Here's a tour that Microsoft provided.

Test Drive Windows 7

HTC patching Wi-Fi password leak on several smartphones

Some HTC smartphone users may find their Wi-Fi passwords and other information exposed due to a new bug, but the company is rolling out a fix.
The affected phones include:
  • Desire HD (both "Ace" and "Spade" board revisions) - Versions FRG83D, GRI40
  • Glacier - Version FRG83
  • Droid Incredible - Version FRF91
  • Thunderbolt 4G - Version FRG83D
  • Sensation Z710e - Version GRI40
  • Sensation 4G - Version GRI40
  • Desire S - Version GRI40
  • EVO 3D - Version GRI40
  • EVO 4G - Version GRI40

Facebook pictures, gone but not forgotten (deleted)?

Facebook is still working on deleting photos from its servers in a timely manner nearly three years after Ars Technica first brought attention to the topic. The company admitted on Friday that its older systems for storing uploaded content "did not always delete images from content delivery networks in a reasonable period of time even though they were immediately removed from the site," but said it's currently finishing up a newer system that makes the process much quicker. In the meantime, photos that users thought they "deleted" from the social network months or even years ago remain accessible via direct link.


Friday, February 3, 2012

Do you live on twitter?

We're are on their too.


Cnet Friday Poll: Would you boycott Apple?

One night on the Daily Show, it was reported that if Apple made their products in the U.S. it would cost 23% more to buy their products.

It's the tale of two Apples. One is a shining fruit that recently reported $13 billion in profits.
The other has potential worms inside in the form of a New York Times report on injuries and poor working conditions at Chinese manufacturing plants that make the company's products.

You may be surprised at the results so far...
Cnet Friday Poll

You don't know how many times I get asked this....

What's an I.T?  Here your answer....Enjoy

Add us to your circles on Google+

Today, we officially launched a Google+ page!  Add us to your circles to find out up to date info on what we are doing :)  See you soon.

Thursday, February 2, 2012

Google now scanning Android apps for malware

Before you download the any app for your phone, you should do your research by checking into before you install it on your phone. A good rule of thumb is use apps that are from legitimate companies or that have been reviewed by reputable tech sites (i.e Cnet).

Google now scanning Android apps for malware: New service scans apps for malicious code or behavior and bounces them if they are suspect.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Microsoft says don't wait for 8 to upgrade

As part of that push, Microsoft has been constantly reminding people that support for XP runs out in April 2014, at which time security patches and other updates will no longer be available. Though that gives individuals plenty of time to upgrade, enterprises face a longer path to migration, putting more pressure on them to switch to Windows 7 before too long.
Read the article...Windows XP still rules but don't wait for 8 to upgrade.

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