I've finally gotten around to playing with Internet Explorer 7; the version of IE that will be included in the next version of Windows (Windows Vista) and that will ship separately as a download for users of Windows XP SP2 at the same time that Vista ships. IE7 is currently in beta.
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Jeffrey Young offers his perspective on Steve Jobs' latest product rollout:Cut the turtle-necked geek-icon some slack, dudes!I’m astonished by the reaction to Steve’s presentation earlier this week of the new Intel based Mac Mini.
Salesforce.com is making sure that its platform offerings match how customers are going to apply its multitasking technology and AppExchange custom applications.
Since I've been recommending the use of client/side virtual machine (VM) technologies such as VMware Workstation or Virtual PC for running all of your applications on your Windows PCs, I decided to check with Microsoft to find out the exact details on Microsoft's policy regarding the practice. I don't want any one getting into legal trouble as a result of my recommendation.
A few days ago IBM, Novell, and Harvard's Berkman Center announced the Higgins Project. Higgins is a "user-centric identity" system that will be open source and managed by the Eclipse Foundation.
In this latest episode of the Dan & David Show, we discuss Apple's latest product announcements, the HP/Intel/Oracle lovefest for the...
Still speculating on who Fox Interactive has acquired, but won't reveal for a few weeks, Jeff Nolan is betting on Dogster, but also thinks that Tagged, Skobee or Meetro could be the target. Newsvine has also been mentioned.
During an interview conducted by Mike Arrington of TechCrunch at the IBDNetwork Under the Radar event, Ross Levinsohn, president of Fox Interactive, just said that he had bought one of the companies in the room (still finishing the paperwork), but didnt' say who. He has a $2 billion war chest to buy new companies, and went on to say he would bet that he will buy five more companies in the room.
Worth reading: News.com transcribes portions of the a four-hour meeting today with analysts at its Mountain View headquarters, trying to make course corrections after comments by the company's CFO earlier this week sent the shares on a downward spiral.
I'm at IBDNetwork's Under the Radar event titled "Consumer Technology: Why Web 2.0 Matters.