Earlier today I downloaded the standalone installer for Windows Vista SP1 and installed it on a few systems to see what it was like - and I thought you might like to take a look at it.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
So, Apple is planning to put an end to all this iPhone unlocking business by sending an update down the iTunes pipeline which, according to Apple, will make them "permanently inoperable."
The iPhone price drop debate rolls on. Over the weekend Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak waded into the discussion saying that the price drop was "too soon, too harsh."
While many are waiting on Windows Vista SP1 to come along to knock off some of Vista's rough corners, it seems that some at Microsoft will welcome the release too - specifically Microsoft’s Windows Ultimate group.
Yesterday I visited my local Apple store for the very first time. I’d gone there with the intention of buying two of the new 16GB iPod touch media players. In the end I walked out empty handed.
Who wants a gaming keyboard that sucks up to 90MB of RAM?
I had thought that if I threw enough hardware at Windows Vista that I would get similar gaming performance to that of Windows XP - I was wrong.
Apple fans might have cheered when the European Commission went after Microsoft for freezing out rivals in server software and products such as media players, but the rejoicing might be short-lived as Apple becomes the next target for the EU.
Today I'm coming across a fair bit of coverage of AMD's triple-core Phenom processor - but is it anything more than marketing hyperbole?
I've just finished reading a review of an Ubuntu-powered Inspiron 1420N written by mainstream tech journalist Walt Mossberg. His conclusion: "But for now, I still advise mainstream, nontechnical users to avoid Linux."