The Mozilla Foundation has issued a call to arms to its developers to
create a "mini Web server" that will filter out the desperate tropical
storm of messages that we're all deluged with these days.
Intel Business Exchange (IBX) has launched a migration kit for Windows 7.
Google has announced availability of an official Chrome for Mac browser preview, based on version 4 -already available for Windows but not for Linux or OSX, but is advising people not to try it.
Psystar has introduced a $50 software suite that allows OS X Snow Leopard to run on generic Intel-based hardware. The suite - known as Rebel EFI - is reportedly compatible with Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, i7 and Xeon Nehalem CPUs.
Column - I think the saying goes that those that don’t learn from history are destined to repeat it.
Nvidia has welcomed the official debut of Microsoft Windows 7. A company spokesperson explained that the new operating system will significantly accelerate system
performance by using the DirectCompute API to optimize the GPU for
both graphics and computing.
Microsoft has launched yet another iteration of its infamous Windows operating system. Fortunately, I have chosen to opt out of the Microsoft universe and am well on my way to becoming a loyal disciple of the venerable Saint Stephen Jobs.
Microsoft has upgraded its Bing search engine with the addition of a
live Twitter feed. According to Microsoft spokesperson Paul Yiu, the
new feature will allow users to locate specific Tweets in a user friendly, real time environment.
Microsoft launched the very latest version of its operating system - Windows 7 today. The most interesting thing is that people will have to perform a 'clean' installation in order to upgrade from Windows XP.
We've been using Auslogic's Disk Defrag since the bad old days when Vista was new. Now it's just got better. So much better that we seriously wonder why the others don't just pack up and go home.
Wired said that Google is set to introduce a music search service, as early as next week.
Samsung and Phoenix have linked up to produce the dream of end users
everywhere, a notebook or netbook computer that starts instantly.
Windows 7 has beaten boy wizard Harry Potter to become the biggest pre-order product of all time in the UK, says Amazon.
Japanese researchers have developed a computer program which may be able to tell from an emergency call if the caller is about to die.
The man who spearheaded SCO's attack against IBM and the Linux operating system has been eliminated.
IBM hasn't given up on the grudge it has against Microsoft and so has
teamed up with Canonical, the commercial wing of Ubuntu Linux, to
create a Linux desktop package targeting low end PCs and netbooks.
Oracle is the latest large US outfit to come under the baleful stare of EU competition commissioner Neelie Kroes, who has just gained the support of professional open source apologist Richard Stallman.
The next version of Microsoft’s flagship application suite, Office 2010 is to be available as a public beta program from November, CEO Steve Ballmer announced today.
Opinion: This weekend we were treated to two yarns from security experts whose main role appears to be making a living from people's fears. Both reveal a considerable amount about the mindset of the anti-virus market.
Search giant Google will today introduce a mass marketing campaign
across the world in a bid to draw customers away from Microsoft and IBM
office apps into its own application web.