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Samsung NP900X3A Series 9 LAN Driver 7.43.321.2011 for Windows 7

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Samsung Series 9 13.3? Laptop Specs:

Operating System
- Genuine Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)

Processor
CPU/ Processor
- Intel Core i5 Processor 2467M

Display
Screen Size
- 13.3? SuperBright Plus widescreen display
Resolution
- 1366 x 768
Brightness
- 400 nits, up to 16 million colors, HD LED Backlit anti-glare display

Graphics
Graphics Chip
- Intel HD Graphics 3000

Memory
Standard System Memory
- 4GB DDR3
Max. System Memory
- 8GB

Storage
Hard Drive Capacity
- 256GB SSD

Multimedia
Speakers
- 3 W Stereo Speaker (1.5 W x 2)
Web Camera
- 1.3 MP

Connectivity
Wireless LAN
- 802.11 a/b/g/n
Bluetooth
- v3.0

I/O Ports
HDMI
- Yes
USB Ports
- 2
Headphone Out
- Yes
Microphone In
- Yes
RJ45 (LAN)
- Yes
Multi Card Slot
- 1 MicroSD

Input Devices
Keyboard
- 81 Key Backlit
Touch Pad
- Yes

Security
TPM
- Yes

Power
AC Adapter
- 40 W
Number of Cells / Cell Type
- 6-Cell Lithium
mAh
- 6300
Battery Life
- up to 7 hours

Design
Color
- Black

Dimensions (W x D x H)
- 12.9? x 8.9? x 0.62? ~ 0.64?

Weight
- 2.88 lbs.

It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Do not forget to check with our site as often as possible in order to stay updated on the latest drivers, software and games.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed a wrong driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.

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Week in Geek: Ubuntu Tablets and Smartphones to Become Available in 2013

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Our final edition of WIG for April is filled with news link goodness covering topics such as Google Drive for Linux is in the works, 1 in 5 Macs is harboring some type of malware, Hotmail accounts were being hacked for $20 apiece, and more.

Weekly News Links

  • Ubuntu tablets, smartphones coming in 2013
    Canonical, the company behind Linux-based open source operating system (OS) Ubuntu, is reportedly in talks with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to manufacture Ubuntu-based tablet and smartphone devices. These products are expected to be available in the market by next year.
  • Mozilla phone will go on sale this year
    The first smartphone to run Mozilla’s ‘Boot to Gecko’ operating system (OS) reportedly will go on sale later this year. Brazilian blog Ztop reports that Mozilla will release its debut smartphone through operator Telefonica Vivo.
  • Firefox 12 released – can now update itself
    Mozilla has announced the official release of Firefox 12. In the latest release, Mozilla has included the previously announced update service for Windows that spares users the User Account Control (UAC) pop-up.
  • Firefox 3.6.x reaches end of life
    As expected, the 3.6.x branch of Mozilla’s open source Firefox web browser reached its end of life on Tuesday 24 April – no further updates, including security updates and critical fixes, will be made available for the series.
  • Theming update planned for Ubuntu 12.10, codenamed Quantal Quetzal
    Ubuntu 12.10, which is scheduled for release in October, will be called Quantal Quetzal. Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth announced the codename in a blog post this week that also shed some light on the feature roadmap for the next major version of the popular Linux distribution.
  • Microsoft Office 15 to support ODF 1.2
    Microsoft has told attendees at the ODF Plugfest in Brussels that the next versions of Microsoft’s Office products, Office 15 and Office 365, will support Open Document Format (ODF) 1.2.
  • Google Drive for Linux Is on the Way
    The Google Drive launch has been one of the big announcements of the week, but it was a fairly unequivocal disappointment for one vocal category of users: Linux users are justifiably miffed that the new cloud storage service doesn’t support the free and open source operating system.
  • Google Drive comes to Chrome OS
    Chromebooks previously suffered from storage systems that were small and isolated from the cloud. But now the browser-based operating system is integrated with Google’s online file sync service.
  • Who owns your files on Google Drive?
    Google Drive’s terms of service do indeed allow you to own your own files, but grant the company a license to do as it wants with your uploaded content.
  • Lawmakers push to keep Facebook passwords private
    Co-author of new bill says proposal designed to “nip in the bud” a problem attending the rise of social networking.
  • Firms spend $17.7B on IT security software
    Demand from small and midsize businesses (SMBs) and advanced persistent threats were key growth drivers for the global security software, which saw revenue hit US$17.7 billion last year.
  • Conficker remains biggest threat to enterprises
    The Conficker worm is the largest threat to enterprises, and the worm continues to spread mostly due to weak or stolen passwords and vulnerabilities which require security patches, a report reveals.
  • Online forums hacked and misused on a large scale
    Online forums have, for some time, apparently been the target of hackers who inject additional code. However, the attackers aren’t interested in publishing cool slogans or political messages, they’re looking for money. They steal Google traffic from the forums and exploit this traffic via ads.
  • 1 in 5 Macs has malware on it. Does yours?
    One in every five Mac computers is harbouring some kind of malware, a new study from the experts at Sophos has revealed.
  • Microsoft patches major Hotmail 0-day flaw after apparently widespread exploitation
    Microsoft quietly fixed a flaw in Hotmail’s password reset system that allowed anyone to reset the password of any Hotmail account last Friday. The company was notified of the flaw on April 20th and responded with a fix within hours—but not until after widespread attacks, with the bug apparently spreading “like wildfire” in the hacking community.
  • Hotmail hacked for $20
    The whitec0de.com blog reports that, for $20, a member of a hacker forum offered to crack any Hotmail account within a minute – and that he kept his word. Apparently, the hacker found out about a critical vulnerability in Microsoft’s email service on a security forum, and the hole allowed him to change the passwords of arbitrary Hotmail users.
  • Android trojan steals keystrokes using phone movements (Updated)
    Computer scientists have devised an attack that logs phone numbers, Social Security IDs, and personal identification numbers entered into smartphones by monitoring the devices’ integrated motion sensors.
  • New Flashback variant making the rounds
    Flashback.S installs itself without a password and then deletes files and folders to mask its presence, a security company announces.
  • TVs and Blu-ray players vulnerable to DoS attacks
    Security researcher Luigi Auriemma has discovered a vulnerability in the latest firmware of some of Samsung’s network-connected TVs and Blu-ray players that allows attackers to cripple a device. The devices listen on port 55000, where they receive control packets from iOS and Android smartphones.
  • Backdoor in industrial networking hardware
    The Rugged Operating System (ROS), an operating system created by the developers at RuggedCom, contains an undocumented backdoor. RuggedCom specialises in industrial grade networking equipment for “harsh environments” and recommends its switches and servers for use in power plants, oil refineries, military environments and traffic monitoring systems.

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BackupBuddy – The Best WordPress Backup Plugin

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BackupBuddy The Best WordPress Backup Plugin

Backup your entire WordPress install. Widgets, themes, plugins, and SQL database – the entire package! You should not leave the backup process up to your web host. Just like your laptop or desktop computer, you should be doing regular backups of your blog or website. With BackupBuddy you can schedule backups and have them sent off-site to Amazon S3, Rackspace Cloud, an FTP/FTPS account, or to your email.

Value: $100
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Top Tip on sharpening

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by Adam Smith. 29 Apr 2012

Top Tip on sharpening

HD contour manually applied

You can easily apply sharpening, avoiding noise with Photoshop brushes.  By manually painting in detailed light and dark values of an image, Photoshop artists can enhance contour, replicating an almost HD appearance. Here’s how.

Achieve this by simply zooming in at 200%, applying a white brush at 5% opacity to highlight edge details. When done apply Filter>Sharpen>Unsharp Mask, setting Amount to 500%, Radius at 2 pixels. Drop the layer Fill to 80%. Apply your blacks on a new layer, again using a 5% opacity brush minus the Unsharp Mask treatment afterward.

Geek Trivia: Which Early Computer Had The Signatures Of Its Design Team Engraved On Its Case?

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Answer: The Apple Macintosh

Early editions of Apple’s successful Macintosh line of computers had a subtle surprise tucked away inside the case: the signatures of all the designers who had worked on them.

How did the signatures get there? Steve Jobs believed that their work was a type of artistry and that all good artists signed their work. In February of 1982 he assembled the design team for a “signing party”. It was here Jobs had everyone sign a large sheet of drafting paper and that sheet was sent off the the company responsible for molding the Macintosh cases.

The tradition was continued for several years and all early Macintosh models, from the 128k to the SE, bore the names of the design team responsible for creating them. Over time the design team grew, it became more difficult to fit the signatures in the constantly changing cases, and the tradition fell by the wayside.

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Review: Awesome New Tab Page Google Chrome

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If I only had a dollar for everyone I run into that likes the most-recent Chrome “New Tab” page, I’d still be… broke as a joke. Let’s face it, the default new tab is boring and you won’t get full use out of it unless you’re crazy about Chrome apps. I for one prefer the old New Tab page, or something more along the lines of Opera’s speed dial. There are several free replacements in the Chrome Web Store, and Awesome New Tab Page is one to look at.

Windows 8’s Metro UI must be catching on, because Awesome Tab itself “is inspired by design and functionality from a number of sources, Metro UI being just one”. But unlike Metro, Awesome Tab tiles “are also a lot more customizable”. Each tile allows either a website link or a Chrome app, but what defines it, is the ability to add custom widgets — which makes this extension more than just an add-on, it’s its own platform. Awesome!

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Following install, the first thing I noticed was that Awesome New Tab Page allows you to set a full-page background of your choice for the entire window. I wasn’t really a fan of using wallpapers and backgrounds before, but it is really nice to have one on this particular page in Chrome.

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If you use Chrome apps, they can be added in from the apps button. Unlike widgets, most Chrome apps are just nothing more than glorified links to websites that run webapps.

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Widgets run pretty smoothly, and they can be installed from the Chrome Web Store. In the screenshot below, I have several of them running, including weather, notepad, calculator, tab manager, and Reddit (of course). The widgets remind me a lot of what you would find on Android.

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Sites have to be added in to tiles manually, which is OK because I love that everything is so customizable. You can change whether the site name is displayed, change the icon, change the background, adjust the URL and pick which specific tile it goes to.

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Does Awesome New Tab Page live up to it’s name? I think so. But you should make that call yourself. Try it out for free from the Chrome Web Store.

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About Austin Krause

Austin Krause is a groovyPost founding senior editor based in Washington D.C. Specializing in all things tech, email tips and other ideas to Austin@groovyPost.com.