Regrets ... I have a few ... but my biggest one this week was not picking up a Nintendo DS Lite for myself.
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.
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.
Well, 'tis the for lists, and since I'm still suffering from the effects of too much turkey, sherry and chocolate, and since I'm going to assume that many of you feel the same way, I'm not going to do anything that's too taxing today.
The holiday season seems to always bring out the prankster in me - and this year I've got a fun trick that I'm planning to play!
I don't get a lot of time for gaming, but over the past few days I've taken the opportunity to spend some quality hands-on time with my Nintendo Wii console and it's easy to see why it's such a popular Holiday gift.
The Army turns to Apple to help bolster cyber security.
Since it's the Friday before Christmas I thought that my gift to you, Constant Reader, would be for me not to subject you to my rant for this week.