So, Intel and the OLPC consortium have parted ways. I'm surprised that things stayed sweet for as long as they did.
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Data released by Net Applications for December 2007 tells us something that most of us already knew - that Mac is on a roll and gaining momentum every month.
You've gotta be careful when you install software nowadays - you install one thing and you end up with a couple of applications that you didn't expect to get. Welcome to the world of applications bundling, and it seems that everyone is doing it nowadays.
This is also the time of year when we all make resolutions - eat less, exercise more, take up something, quit something else. Rather than bore you with the standard New Year fayre, I thought I'd share with you a few of my tech resolutions for 2008.
Sheesh! What is it about Apple RAM that makes it so ridiculously expensive. $700 to upgrade a 2GB iMac to 4GB. What is this, RAM for millionaires? Is it coated with precious metals and stones and come in a box lined with albino tiger cub fur or something?
Regrets ... I have a few ... but my biggest one this week was not picking up a Nintendo DS Lite for myself.
Here's something that I didn't expect to be saying in 2007 - Firefox 3 Beta 2 better than Firefox 2.0 and Internet Explorer 7.
My blogging colleague Robin Harris on Storage Bits poses an interesting question "How should Microsoft respond to very-low-cost Linux systems?" Here's how - by trying to make cheap systems irrelevant.
It's interesting to read the announcement that Warner Music Group has become the next major studio to offer its complete catalog DRM-free through Amazon's new music download store. With only Sony BMG left still embracing DRM, this is shows clearly how music executive have grown to hate Apple more than they do customers.
I just took a quick peek at my inbox today and noticed that I've received a good bounty of tech support and customer services stories again this year.