The Windows 7 taskbar is the single most important change to the Windows interface since Windows 95, and it's expected to dramatically change the way users use Windows in the 21st century.And, according to Gizmodo's Matt Buchanan, it's better than the Mac OS X dock.
Here's the data that many have been waiting for Apple's Q1 09 financials? Well, have the economic uncertainties taken their toll on the company's bottom line, or has the Cupertino giant once again managed to keep the cash rolling in?
We're getting numerous instant messages, pings and posts about IBM layoffs going down today. The exact number of layoffs--or even if the job cuts are material enough for Big Blue to disclose--is unknown.
updated: Apple, which has grabbed headlines recently over the health of CEO Steve Jobs and its withdrawl from the annual Macworld conference, today reported a first quarter profit of $1.61 billion, or $1.
Businesses may be cutting the amount they spend on technology, but the Wall Street Journal's Ben Worthen notes that tech workers got a raise in 2008.The average IT pro made $78,035 last year, a 4.
Gizmodo is saying they've got their hands on two photos of the definitive HTC-made T-Mobile G2, successor and stablemate to the first Google Android phone on the market, the T-Mobile G1. It's not the best photo by any means, but it will have to do:Some traits of the new sibling?
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Judy Estrin would make a great choice for Chief Technology Officer of the USA. Here is why:- she is a successful serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur.
The redundancies follow the mobile-network infrastructure firm's latest quarterly results, which show a steep decline in profits, partly due to a 'dramatic drop' in Sony Ericsson's contribution
At the beginning of this decade HP put forth a vision for the future data center that they have now fulfilled with both products and services offerings. Viewed by some at the time as a reaction to IBM Applications on Demand, HP coined Adaptive Infrastructure as its vision for a "composable" data center that let resources be quickly and easily assigned to business services based on their needs and for IT Ops to achieve and maintain high utilization of their data center resources.
Microsoft will likely miss its own earnings target and announce thousands of job cuts this week, according to a Reuters report. The company is scheduled to announce its quarterly results tomorrow.
Want to wish Steve Jobs a speedy recovery? The developers at Koombea have created a "Steve, Get Well!
Self-confessed hacker Gary McKinnon has expressed relief at his four-week stay of extradition to the US to face hacking charges
Dell hopes the stylish Studio XPS laptops, announced at CES a few weeks back, will help shake up its image, and it may be working. CNET, Laptop Magazine and PC Magazine have all posted reviews of the 16-inch entertainment notebook, and the latter two awarded it an Editors' Choice.
I missed this: Gerri Elliott, Microsoft's Corporate Vice President of its Worldwide Public Sector business, is out. Elliott, according to her bio on Microsoft's Web site, which was updated on January 14, "left to pursue other interests" as of December 31, 2008.
Research firm says 30 percent of mobile PCs will be priced below US$300 by 2012, with telcos finding new revenue streams in these systems.
Never realized just how BIG, other-worldly and quiet wind turbines really are until I suddenly found myself on a wind farm up near Turin, N.Y.
Apple today released QuickTime 7.6 to fix at least seven serious security flaws that expose Mac OS X and Windows users to remote code execution attacks.
Apple will hold its quarterly conference call with analysts to discuss financial results of its first fiscal quarter of 2009 today (21 January 2009) at 2:00 pm PT, 5:00 pm ET.You can listen to the audio webcast live via QuickTime here: http://www.