If the most technical Ubuntu supporters can't make it work properly, what hope is there for the rest of us?
Let's start out by saying that hell would likely freeze over before this happened...
Mozilla has released its long-awaited Firefox 3.6 beta.
Apple has stepped up its war of attrition against Hackintosh rebels by
disabling support for Intel's Atom processor in the next version of
The brand new 27" iMac is suffering from major problems with video graphics while Windows 7 operating on the same machines is
Gmail users are complaining that they have been left without service for long periods over the weekend, with no help from Google.
Apple has released an updated version of its iTunes software.
Predictably, iTunes 9.0.2 blocks the Palm Pre's ability to sync media
files with the popular application.
Apple has released a major update for its TV software. TV 3.0 - which
features a redesigned GUI - allows users to easily access iTunes
Extras, iTunes LP, Genius mixes and Internet radio.
Opinion: The already competitive SaaS CRM market is getting more so. At least, that's if my reading of the news coming out of RightNow Technologies Inc. annual customer conference is accurate.
Some people might feel that Google knows quite enough about them already. But for those that aren't too bothered, the company has now signed up utility firms to offer smart monitoring of domestic power usage.
Dear, oh dear. Nothing quite as bitter as a Linux fanboy scorned, is there?
VMWare has rolled out its Fusion 3 virtualization platform for Mac
OS X. The $80 Fusion 3 - which offers 50 new features - allows users to
run native Windows applications with "Mac simplicity."
I am agnostic to operating systems. I've used Mac OSes, I've used OS/2,
I've used every version of Windows since version 1.0. I've used SuSE
Linux. I liked SuSE Linux. It ran fiendishly fast on the Pentium III-M
desktop I built. My problem with it was having to learn a whole new
series of applications.
Google has introduced its Android 2.0 software development kit. The SDK
- also known as "Eclair" - is expected to power Motorola's new line of
Review: Every few years or so, I come over all magnanimous and take the view that I really should try Linux again. After all, I am old and befuddled and it probably isn't as bad as I remember it being the last time I tried it. Wrong.
Opinion: Apple was blindsided by Windows 7. It wasn’t the product which they saw coming, it was the sustaining marketing budget and positive reviews from Apple loyalists like Walt Mossberg they didn’t see (though several Mac fans have told me that Steve Jobs has taken Walt to task and he is changing his tune).
In a little flurry of activity, Google has added new features to several of its products, including its search tool.
An unknown number of users have reportedly experienced serious
difficulties migrating from Vista to Windows 7. Problems range from
erroneously invalid product keys to endless reboot loops, which often
prevent either operating system from loading.
Intel has introduced a solid-state drive toolbox that optimizes 34nm
X25-M SATA SSD performance in Windows 7. According to company
spokesperson Pete Hazen, both the optimizer and accompanying firmware
update use a Windows 7 attribute - not an acronym - known as Trim to ensure "continued" high performance.
The US government has swapped out its old CMS and has decided to go for Drupal, an open source content management system.