Nothing but problems since update the firmware. Dashboard would not even load 99.99% till I reset it. Now the dashboard is still extremely slow. Lots of errors about network connection when using the dashboard. Only thing that seems to work ok is the network shares that are already set up. SSH into it is slow and unreliable. I hope there is a update to fix all the problems soon.
Unable to retrieve data. Make sure there are no network connectivity issues and try again. (200005)
What is going on with Netflix lately? Every movie is now marked very long wait in my queue and seems to be getting worse. I used to be able get new movies when they came out or around that time. Now that never happens even older movies are marked very long wait.
Sign up for Dropbox and get 2.25 GBs free and then download the newest beta click and follow these instructions for more free space.
During this beta period, we are also offering additional free space to test automatic uploading of photos and videos. For every 500MB of photos and videos automatically uploaded, you’ll receive another 500MB space bonus, up to 4.5GB total.
Mac OS X: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/Dropbox%201.3.12.dmg
Linux x86_64: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86_64-1.3.12.tar.gz
Linux x86: http://dl-web.dropbox.com/u/17/dropbox-lnx.x86-1.3.12.tar.gz
Google Voice lets you manage all your phone communications and seamlessly make and receive calls on any of your existing phones. But what if you don’t have your phone with you? Or what if you’re in a place with poor cell phone reception, or you’re traveling internationally and don’t want to incur expensive roaming charges? Wouldn’t it be great if you could use your computer to make or receive calls?
Starting today you can use Gmail to receive or place Google Voice calls.
To get started, check the box next to Google Chat in your list of forwarding phones and the next time someone calls your Google Voice number, Gmail will notify you of an incoming call. You can take the call or even listen in as the caller leaves a message, in a single step right from your computer.
To make a call, just click the Call phone link in Gmail and enter any number or name from your address book.
Finally, check out this video:
We’re rolling out this feature to U.S. based Gmail users over the next few days, so you’ll be ready to get started once “Call Phones” shows up in your chat list (you will need to install the voice and video plug-in if you haven’t already). If you’re using Google Apps for your school or business, then you won’t see it quite yet. We’re working on making this available more broadly – so stay tuned!
For more information, visit gmail.com/call.
You can now drop files to the desktop or a folder to download attachments.