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!
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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.
I'd been worried that this would happen ... without realistic competition from AMD, Intel delays the launch of three quad-core 45nm processors.
OK, here it is folks - The Hardware 2.0 "Best Kit List" for Dec 07/Jan 08. Here I've tried to compile a list of the best high-end and mid-range components currently available.
I probably should have outgrown video games by now ... but ... :-)
I'm left puzzling over an odd system requirements recommendation posted for Firefox ...
I'm keeping a close eye on the latest Firefox betas to be released by Mozilla. The reason is that if past performance issues have been fixed, it's quite likely that I might consider making a switch to it as my main browser. While I find Internet Explorer 7 to be fine, I think that there would be advantages to switching to a unified browsing platform across Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
No matter whether the OS is Windows, Mac or Linux, you can't escape the fact that you're going to have to spend some time caring and feeding your system - and anything that makes that process easier is welcomed by me!