I'm packing my bags right now for Mashup Camp Dublin, figuring out how to keep my load as light as possible. One thing is for sure -- I won't be needing my Motorola Q over there.
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In another story that will go down in history as one of the more severe Digtal Rights Management trainwrecks (and a shining example of why DRM will ultimately do a brand more harm than good), Major League Baseball (MLB) now finds itself in a PR nightmare after a technology adjustment resulted in the deactivation of content that many MLB fans purchased under the assumption that the content would be available to them indefinitely.
Mashup Camp Dublin or bust, Office Live Workspace (or bust), Laszlo's Switzerland of RIAs, Outlook '07, JGE, etc.
We here at ZDNet have been working on some podcasts and reviewcasts today and I've been trying to clear out my inbox as I prepare to jump on an Aer Lingus flight tomorrow to Dublin, Ireland for Mashup Camp's first foray into Europe.
While I get into the "workstation" argument all the time, I decided not to belabor the point too much when questioning Dell Precision workstation product managers Don Maynard and Chris Spencer about Dell's newest entry into the mobile workstation space announced today: the M2300. The new notebook-cum-workstation hails from Dell's Precision-branded workstation lineup which now includes three notebooks: the M2300 with a 14.
Phishing-based breach of salesforce.com customer data is more evidence of industry's need to act on spam. Now.
Last night, in a notice urging vigilance and a series of best practices, salesforce.com sent an e-mail to its customers notifying them that a variety of recent phishing attacks -- both against salesforce.
It's been a few months since I first helped my neighbor get her WiFi-based All-in-One printer/copier/scanner/fax up an running. See Inside one PC buyer’s mind (aka: A message for Michael Dell, Microsoft and other PC makers).
With Halloween finally behind us, the sound of sleigh bells can be faintly heard in the distance and many of you are probably preparing to drop some coin on gadgets this year. Some for yourself (given the sales that will be taking place).
Earlier this week, in a post headlined Apple, hackenomics, and the waning anonymity (and obsoletion) of cash, I warned of how Apple's practice of requiring credit cards to purchase iPhones wreaks of a future where our cash is no good and our privacy is sacrificed as a result of dealing in the far more trackable (and far less anonymous than cash) currency of plastic (credit cards, debit cards).
If you're like me and you saw last week's announcement from Google regarding GMail's support of the IMAP mail retrieval protocol (and you know what IMAP is), then you probably reached the same conclusion I did: Given the way GMail lets you tag e-mails with labels (as opposed to the way most other e-mail systems handle e-mail organization via foldering), Google has come up with a way to synchronize labels in GMail with folders of the same name (as each label) in your e-mail client.