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I've been using a T-Mobile G1 for a couple of weeks and one of the things that has bothered me is the lack of true, high-quality applications (except for maybe Namco's PacMan) in the Android Market.While it's not exactly fair to compare the brand, spankin' new Android Market to the 20,000-strong App Store, I can't help it.
Twitter is growing at a phenomenal rate, according to an employee post on the Twitter blog.Just how phenomenal?
Don't feel like working today? Bag Friday.Today's installment is all about sleeves.
Facebook's confidential settlement of a lawsuit brought by social networking site ConnectU -- created by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard classmates, and worked on by a young Zuckerberg himself -- was revealed Wednesday when Associated Press writer Michael Liedtke reported that redacted portions of a PDF transcript of a court hearing, at which details of the settlement were discussed, could be easily revealed.
Driven by server virtualization management software, revenues for global virtualization software are set to increase by 43 percent this year, says Gartner.
Apple acting CEO Tim Cook, filling in for Steve Jobs, is confident in the company's forecast for this quarter, and has hinted of iPhone price changes, new handsets and -- yes -- even Netbook computers, reports the Boston Globe.Cook has said that he is spending more time on new products, how Apple can take the iPhone into new markets, and examining iPhone's business model, according to analyst Toni Sacconaghi.
Mac users who have been waiting patiently for the arrival of Google Chrome, get excited: a member of the app's development team has posted a screenshot of the browser in the Chrome Group (and another, below, on his blog):Though the rendering engine isn't flexing its muscle just yet, Chrome does correctly open and close new instances of the renderer. Chrome Developer Docs has called for a "working browser window using the real multi-process infrastructure (not TestShell) by mid-February.
Financially strapped Sirius XM Radio could file for bankruptcy as early as Tuesday if it cannot successfully negotiate with the holders of its debt, reports the AP.The satellite radio company said Friday that it has exchanged more than $172 million of debt maturing in December for new debt due in 2011.
Getting a common medical procedure done should be easy. When paper gets involved it all breaks down. If it takes a little stimulus to make doctors less a pain in the you-know-where, I'm for it.
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Whether you're superstitious or not, PC disasters can strike at any time (usually when you least expect them and are most in a rush). However, over the years I have found with that with proper planning and preparations many disasters can be avoided, and those that do strike minimized.
Every month, Microsoft releases security updates on Patch Tuesday. To help you manage these releases more efficiently, Ed Bott tackles six key questions and provides the extra details all IT pros should...
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Ask Americans about the best sponsors of open source and they are likely to mention Mozilla, Eclipse and Red Hat. In China the big names are IBM, Sun and Google. These are American companies businesses trust, and that trust is a very important asset there.
News has been a bit slow leading up to Mobile World Congress next week, but James, Kevin, and I spent the show chatting about the Kindle 2.0, Google Sync, and TeleNav on the Google Android platform on MobileTechRoundup show #162. We also brought back a freeware of the show with WizMouse.