Over the weekend my blogging colleague Mary Jo Foley reported that Microsoft is set to deliver Vista SP1 beta by mid-July. Sounds to me like Microsoft is rushing SP1 out of the door in order to encourage business users to adopt the new OS.
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.
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Which are you - a "fixer" or a "throw away"?
Will Micrsoft's Xbox ever turn a profit?
From the "that's gotta be a dumb PR move" files, Creative Labs decides to try to charge $9.99 for Vista compatible software update for the Audigy range of sound cards.
I've been taking a look around the web at the efforts by hackers to free the iPhone from the AT&T shackles so that it could be used as an iPod or with other network providers, both in the US and abroad. I've come to the conclusion that while it might be possible to unlock the iPhone, it'll never be truly free of AT&T. Here's why.
Here's pretty much everything you need to know about the iPhone launch ...
Jon Lech Johansen (aka "DVD Jon") has done it again. Once again he's sticking it to the man and come up with a way to activate an iPhone without having to sign up with AT&T.
AMD is so broken that all it has left in the battle against Intel is marketing spin.
The Korean tech giant LG has signed an agreement with Google to develop a cellphone aimed specifically at YouTube users.
The Nintendo Wii continues to outsell both Sony's PS3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360 in Japan.