This week on the Dan & David Show we discuss Apple's phoneless iPhone, the iPod touch, and fallout of the iPhone price cut two months after launch.
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I'm working on a head-to-head review of Parallels and Fusion, two competing virtualization packages on OS X, for InfoWorld. As part of that review, I'm doing a Vista install in both to check the experience, resource usage, and so on.
Adam Carson walks the halls of Morgan Stanley in New York preaching the Web 2.0 gospel.
The Office 2.0 Conference is getting underway this morning in San Francisco, with 600 attendees and more than 70 companies exhibiting their 2.
Cisco Systems held its analyst day confab on Wednesday and there were few surprises. But Cisco's big themes remain promising.
Amazon and Google are reportedly going to give electronic books a try. The big question is whether it'll work.
Zoho is prepping a Business edition of its on demand software suite aimed at small and medium-sized businesses.This new version will compete with Google Apps, which includes only email, calendar, chat, document and spreadsheet applications, and administrative functions, for $50 per user per year.
Notable headlines:Seagate's new line of hard drives.Larry Dignan: Apple iPod Touch will cannibalize iPhone.
As you might recall, NBC Universal and News Corp. announced last week that it would call its well funded, fledgling content distribution service Hulu.
HP has climbed to the top of the PC mountain over the past few years. In Q2 of this year, the company garnered 18.