Why do my DVDs burn slower than they used to?

Answer Introduced in the late-1990s, the DVD boasts high capacity, portability and fast read times, which come at a price: slow write or "burn" times. Modern DVD burners have improved the time it takes to... Read More »

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How to Copy Dvds to Hard Drive or Burn Dvds to Blank Discs?

Most DVD funs should have a large number of DVDs, there is a problem that how to protected these DVDs from damage, scratch, the best way is to make backup copies for them. But most DVDs have copy p... Read More »

Are pro goalie sticks narrower than they used to be?

The sticks for professional hockey goalies have become narrower than they were in the past. Where before, they were thick paddles (see the image for an example), they've become narrower with curved... Read More »

Why is the internet slower than it should be?

Right, you may have the capacity to download at speeds of 1.5mbps, but the server to which you are connected eithera) cannot upload that fastb) chooses not to upload that fast due to bandwidth issu... Read More »

Why is wifi slower than 3G on an iPhone?

Accessing the Internet via WiFi should be much faster than via 3G. If not, then you probably have WiFi Multimedia (WMM) activated on the WiFi router. This is a Quality of Service (QOS) feature that... Read More »