Newsflash – There’s a growing segment of computer users that hate Microsoft. “Baked-in” DRM is giving more users a reason to hate Microsoft.
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.
A second lawsuit relating to the iPhones non-user-replaceable battery has been filed.
A great deal of the Skype network has been down for more than a day now and it's still not fixed.
Linux guru Mike MacCana is claiming that VMware's ESX server application is derived from Linux, and because of this cannot legally be redistributed as proprietary software.
DEATH MAGNET - With a name like that I just had to buy one!
Is it more hassle to set up a Mac or a PC?
I'm still trying to figure out what usability consultancy group User Centric are trying to prove with its usability study of the iPhone's keyboard compared to QWERTY and numeric phone keyboards.
One question that I get asked on almost a daily basis is why I don’t abandon the Windows platform and shift over to using Mac. When I posted my “30 things I’ve learned from using Linux …” post, the point that raised the most discussion was #27:"The more I use Linux, the less I want to buy into the Mac ecosystem."So why is it that Apple doesn’t get more of my cash?
When might you need more than 2GB of RAM?
Nokia is recalling 43 million cellphone batteries after receiving a number of reports that the batteries overheat when used.