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I am not sure there is a simple explanation for what's happening with crude oil prices. As with any unprecedented run-up in price on anything from Enron stock to tulip futures, there is always a mix of greed, speculation, widespread fear or eagerness, supply issues, etc.
I use Qik from time-to-time on my North American N95-3 to stream live video, but haven't been using it too much lately as I have been evaluting the new HTC Advantage. I read the transcript from an interview between Qik and MobileCrunch that a Windows Mobile client will be launched today. I have 25 invites for people interested in the service.
One VC firm has just added another $450-million US to its fund for placement in cleantech companies. Those may be devalued US dollars, but that's stillmore than you or I make in a whole month.
So, the iPhone 2.0 announcement is mere hours away, it's time for the rampant guessing and speculation to hit high-gear!
In the run up to Steve Jobs's keynote at next week's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, rumours are rife about the features Apple's smartphone will soon be sporting
Enterprise applications haven't innovated as much as their consumer counterparts. Employee expectations based on consumer tech experiences are going to change that.
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Virus analysts at Kaspersky Lab (my employer) have intercepted a new variant of Gpcode, a malicious virus that encrypts important files on an infected desktop and demands payment for a key to recover the data.The biggest change in this variant of the ransomeware is the use of RSA encryption algorithm with a 1024-bit key, making it impossible to crack without without the author's key.
Open source migration should not be a religion. It needs to be a practical step, actually a series of practical steps, each taken for practical reasons.
Hey there, it's Jake (Jason's evil twin). It's Friday so that means I get to write my crazy rumor column today.
BT has released figures showing that the nation shares more than 100,000 broadband connections through its Fon wireless hotspot scheme
Not too many people have taken advantage of the speech recognition capabilities that Windows has, but this one might just change your work life forever.Blogger and Microsoft employee Rob Chambers offers a handful of free macros you can add to your Speech Macros folder to execute any time.
The Federal government has issued a reminder notice to stakeholders in the national fibre-to-the-node (FTTN) network, as the deadline for submissions on the project nears.
I screwed up yesterday.
CategoryPercent of CategoryTraffic from SearchEngines, Apr-08Percent Change in Shareof Traffic From SearchEngines, Apr-08 - Apr-07Percent of Category Trafficfrom Google, Apr-07Percent Change inShare of Traffic FromGoogle, Apr-08 - Apr-07Health and Medical46.00%3%30.73%4%Travel33.94%8%23.31%16%Shopping and Classifieds25.40%0%16.61%4%News and Media21.88%8%14.60%11%Entertainment23.79%15%15.20%17%Business and Finance18.08%12%11.65%22%Sports12.43%17%8.37%24%Online Video28.88%35%19.70%46%Social Networking16.74%17%10.08%17%Source: Hitwise
Work is underway on the 2010 successor to Windows Embedded Standard 2009. The next Windows Embedded release is codenamed "Quebec." Unlike the 2009 release, the Quebec product will make use of a number of features that are part of Windows Vista.
I can't wait for the new iPhone to come out — mainly because I'm so dog-tired of listening to the never-ending screeds of rumour mongering nonsense speculating on what functionality the device will have that come out every single day. So I've decided to join in. I'm 100 per cent convinced the new iPhone will run Vista and have WiMax connectivity. In fact I'd bet my house on it.