I have the best intentions to read all my email messages but my road to hell is paved with them... Which is why I have 37,240 unread emails in my gmail account, my main email account.
Microsoft executives say IBM single-handedly led an effort to block the software giant from having its Office Open XML document format approved by standards body.
I used Ning last year as an activity for my web design class. For those of you unfamiliar with Ning, it's a web site/application that allows users to create their own social networks.
Like most people with a pulse in their wrist and a love of tech in their hearts, I saw the Macworld keynote the other day. I know it's not going to win me any friends but does anyone else think Steve Jobs mightn't be so good on numbers?
I recently spoke with Stacksafe's Andrew Gross, Ph.D.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Vista and Windows Server 2008--an unbreakable couple? Microsoft seeks new Windows Media Center testersMicrosoft makes Visual Studio 2008 more broadly availableLarry Dignan: Yahoo lowers its outlook for 2008; Sees 'headwinds'; Restructuring in Feb.
My oldest son recently took the PSATs. He's only a sophomore, but he did fairly well, so he's gotten his name on quite a few college mailing lists.
The Mongolians have had a painful lesson on mesh networking according to the OLPC current events webpage. Broadcast storms in the overly dense mesh environment along with excessive mDNS broadcast traffic seem to have crippled the Gobi desert experiment.
AOL has extended support for its Netscape browser by one month.
Linux.conf.au kicked off its main proceedings in Melbourne on Wednesday morning with a stark message from security guru Bruce Schneier: "When security companies give you cost justifications, they're complete bullshit."
Writing a blog is an open invitation to correction, ridicule and abuse, and writing a blog entry about anything to do with Apple greatly magnifies all those possibilities.
last week I wasted a couple of hours reading excited reviews of the various Server 2008 betas written by Microsoft "enthusiasts" hyping this stuff for all they're worth - but came away utterly astounded that so much of what I've been taking for granted for years, even decades, is brand new to that community.
News from the blogosphere today has indicated that Google is preparing to launch one of its first offline-ready Web applications in the form of Google Docs as part of Google Gears.
59% online shoppers of consumer electronics devices say their wireless carrier provides enough content and service choices, according to Compete. However, in 2006-2007 32% of respondents reported increasing difficulty finding the right mobile phone.
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