Normally when my phone rings, I either take the call or allow my machine to take a message. Today however, my actions were slightly different. For some reason that I am still not clear on, something prompted me to pick up the phone after the …continue reading
Hi Chris, I run a small in team in DevDiv that is responsible customer connection across the division. Our scope includes things like closing the customer feedback loop, aka using Ladybug / ProductFeedback / Connect to make our products better and customers feel more a …continue reading
Oh this is bound to tick off some people I am willing to bet. Apparently free shipping is too much for Dell and to be honest, I don’t really blame them as they have to sell a zillion PCs just to make a profit.
Personally, I believe that PDAs allow many fields to have access to data without wires. Easy to hold in one’s hands and easy to read, this makes a lot of sense for a heck of a lot more than just the healthcare industry.
I am a firm believer that for the most part, older computers are best kept in the trash – that’s it. But after reading this article on making those old PCs come to life again, it appears that I might have been misguided.
Oh come on! This is such a Mac Mini rip-off! Still, it would give PC users some of the size advantages of this form factor without having to settle for a Shuttle PC, I suppose.
After some debate throughout the blogosphere, it would appear that there is much apprehension in regard to those proposed $100 notebook PCs. I guess just because it sounds good on paper does not mean that the idea is totally sound.
In many cases, add-ons for certain devices can prove to be more fun than the devices themselves. In the case of Treo, I think that the article below sort of proves this point quite well…
Yikes! Sims on mobile devices. Oh yes, this is just what we need in the mobile gaming world. OK, it may seem a little harsh. But you have to understand that it feels like this game is popping up everywhere!
Well, if anyone could bank roll a Wi-Fi effort for an entire city, it would be Google. Still, is this the direction that they should be going in, though?
Wait a minute. Is iRiver looking to get into the PVR market all of a sudden? Well, not exactly. They do appear however, to be interested in seeing what can be done in the support market for Portable Multimedia Centers.
Oh this has just got to tick off MS a little bit. It seems that Microsoft has in fact, lost the Eolas patent case after all. Better luck next time, guys.
Hey, making DRM Open Source might be a cool idea in concept, but I am just not seeing how this could float. DRM by its very nature means that it is restrictive and annoying. Therefore, I believe that this pretty much counts out OSS as …continue reading
Thunderbird security concerns have been zapped away with the latest updates. Hopefully things will calm down some in the security dept for the OS email client. Then again, if things did calm down with the security holes, that could indicate that we are simply missing …continue reading
A rather detailed look at identity theft and how it can happen to anyone. If you are someone that uses a Web browser, and you obviously are, then you ought to take a moment and read the following article below…
Gizmondo Europe Ltd subsidiaries of Jacksonville, Florida-based Tiger Telematics Inc (OTC: TGTL , OTC: TGTL.PK) has appointed leading brand innovators and marketeers, ID Agency, to spearhead marketing activities for the forthcoming Gizmondo multi-entertainment handheld’s launch in North America.
Friday 30 September 2005… NCsoft Europe has announced a new retail package for Lineage II: The Chaotic Chronicle while simultaneously unveiling an amazing audio visual collaboration with sensational band The Killers.
FOSTER CITY, Calif., September 29, 2005 – Marking its 10-year anniversary in North America, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced today that the ground-breaking PlayStation game console has been awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in Technology and Advanced New Media for pioneering the 3D polygonal-based …continue reading
One of my current projects is to re-outfit a local private school’s computer lab. The current hardware is tired; the software is a Swiss cheese maze of security holes. I am the administrator, and I cannot keep up with the dying hard drives and Windows …continue reading
Windows XP makes it very simple to move from an old computer to a new one. Many people are often reluctant to get a new computer because they do not want to lose their existing files and settings. Fortunately, Windows XP includes a nifty utility …continue reading
While it’s doubtless there are more factors that contribute to social ills than the findings of this particular study, it’s interesting, nonetheless. Even if its premise may be motivated by the author’s politics (in academia, as any other field, isn’t that always the case?), this …continue reading
What’s Running provides you with detailed information for all system processes, services, programs, modules etc. that are currently running on your system. Furthermore, it includes information for currently active IP/Internet connections, as well as an interactive Startup Manager to to view, edit, and disable …continue reading