Shipping three million MacBooks is Apple’s dream for this fall. It is predicted that the shipments will go close to one million per month, which is about 24% of the new MacBook Air. According to the data provided by Digitimes’ sources, the range would see …continue reading
Archives for November 2010
If I was Research In Motion, I’d be selling the farm. Despite every new phone, every valiant effort they’ve pushed forward to make their phones and devices to look more business friendly that iOS offering, Apple continues to destroy them.
Don’t misunderstand me, I have much love …continue reading
As the cholera epidemic in Haiti continues to rage, public health workers are focusing their efforts on treating the tens of thousands who have already been hospitalized with cholera-like symptoms and providing clean water and adequate sanitation to control the disease’s spread.
Could the United …continue reading
Interpol, The International Criminal Police Organization, has issued a wanted status for WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange.
Interpol is looking for Julian Assange, WikiLeaks Founder, for a sex crimes. According to the wanted post, the International Public Prosecution Office in Gothenburg, Sweden wants to charge …continue reading
A Holland America cruise ship had an unusual experience when one of their passengers dropped the anchor while the ship was in motion. It is also alleged that the intoxicated passenger also released a buoy along with the anchor. According to a report, the actions …continue reading
Intel is offering a free diagnostic tool to check your CPU for functionality. The software checks for processor operating frequency, brand ID, specific processor features, and also will perform a stress test. This tool would be especially handy if one were in the market to …continue reading
Research from the Laboratory of Psychiatry and Experimental Alzheimers Research at the Medical University Innsbruck (Austria) demonstrated that chronic high fat cholesterol diet in rats exhibited pathologies similar to Alzheimer’s disease. The results were published in Molecular Cellular Neuroscience (45(4):408-417, 2010) with lead author Dr. …continue reading
Taking on the Nintendo Wii head on, Microsoft’s Kinect ensures that Microsoft’s Xbox will be on most people’s holiday wishlists this year. But increasingly, we are seeing evidence that tinkerers are also adding this to their own list of must haves. Why? While it’s not really an …continue reading
Unless you exclusively use Yahoo! or Bing, you know about Google’s dilemma. Chrome OS would be out sooner were it not for its programmers leaving to work for Facebook. Apparently, Google’s loss is Facebook’s gain. Should we be supporting this, or should we be mailing …continue reading
In this RunAs Radio podcast, Richard and I talk to Alan Sugano about migrating from VMWare ESX to ESXi. VMWare announced that the next version of ESX is the last one; only ESXi will be developed further. ESXi is a far lighter weight version …continue reading
Saturday was Jimi Hendrix’s birthday. He would have been 68, if you can imagine that. Guitar and recording still haven’t caught up with him. Jimi is the lefty’s lefty. He is also the head of the produced more posthumously than alive group [Elvis is jealous. …continue reading
In a recent study of Medicare patients who were hospitalized, there are disturbing revelations concerning the care they are given. Three of the most common mistakes are, infections from catheters, incorrect medication and bleeding after surgery are all preventable. What is most disturbing is that …continue reading
I recently showed a widget and app for Mac/iOS that allows you to track delivery packages, perfect for this time of year. I didn’t want to leave my Windows friends out, so here is another awesome widget for your Windows desktop that will track packages …continue reading