Steve Jobs is no fool. He didn't lead Apple from the edge of bankruptcy a decade ago to where it is today by making rash moves. Betting against Jobs isn't a good bet. The chances are high that the iPhone will be a success initially, but what about long-term? This depends largely on what the early adopters have to say about 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.
Mac OS X Leopard easter egg.
Will Apple release a 12GB, 3G iPhone update in six months? I wouldn't bet on it.
Quick question - anyone else had a problem bringing in libdvdcss2 with Automatix?
Is Windows Vista really more secure than Mac and Linux platforms?
OK, today my rant - copy protection mechanisms used on game CDs and DVDs which mean that you have to have the game in the CD/DVD drive in order to be able to play it.
I keep hearing rumors and reports that suggest that pretty soon Sony will cut the price of the PS3. But cutting the price comes at a risk.
It seems that Microsoft doesn't want customers to wait any longer to upgrade to Windows Vista. The message coming in from Redmond is "Do it! Do it NOW!"
Ubuntu 7.10 "Gutsy Gibbon" features revealed.
It's been a really rough year for AMD. Losing market share to Intel is bad enough, but doing so at a time when the company took on $2 billion of debt and lost $1.2 billion over a six month period is really bad. AMD is now looking for ways to cut costs, and if it's not careful, things will get a lot worse.