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We are at a strange place in this world's history, where the Industrial Revolution is over, and we're in the new technological age. So many things have been discovered over the course of the last and this century, and we're still no closer to reaching a technological epiphany...
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All the whizzbang stuff like, er, email
How many times in the past year have I asked about a product, a service or a strategy to be told by Microsoft officials: "Just wait till the PDC. We'll explain all"? Finally, that promised "tell-all" date is here. Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference (PDC) kicks off next week.
Dell is preparing an all-black version of its Inspiron Mini 9 netbook, this one aimed at small businesses and set to ship as the Vostro A90, according to a report by Register Hardware.Dell reportedly launched the machine in Japan today, and though the A90 is not yet available in the U.
The communications and IT firm says its price cuts are in response to the credit crunch, but a BT executive has also suggested people downgrade their mobile contracts
In this week's EIC squared podcast Dan and I devote our time to the technology economy.The market is mired in a funk and companies just can't seem to figure out what demand looks like.
Mobile fingerprint scanners help police catch the bad guys
Version 2.0 of the Gmail client for mobile devices promises a performance boost and more offline features
While it is complicateed getting a Debian version of Open Office onto your Linux laptop it can be done. With Xandros it's both simpler and harder.
The corporation has said that, by the end of the Olympics, it wants to do for digital media what the Queen's coronation did for TV
This week AMD announced the $150 Radeon HD 4830 - get high-end performance on a budget.
Microsoft will release a beta of its forthcoming Vista Service Pack 2 (SP2) to a wider group of testers on October 29.
Cringely's right, unless Microsoft gets around to doing something really radical with Windows Mobile, the platform will be all but dead in a few years.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says it was an 18-year-old who planted the fake story on CNN's iReport that Steve Jobs had been rushed to the hospital.
The company's tech will judge whether an app is unsafe by looking at where it can be found across the database of Symantec users and categorising those machines as safe or otherwise
For those companies that, by culture and tradition, act as dictatorships, with decisions that emanate from the top and which punish countervailing information from reaching decision makers, they will not benefit from the wellspring of information available from employees, customers, partners, and even competitors. Those who avoid or undermine the benefits of Web 2.0 tools will lack the information that leads to better decisions, will miss the ongoing refinement of strategies by those witnessing their impacts.
Mobile botnets are currently non-existent but factors that make such a scenario possible are already in place, says security vendor F-Secure.