Will the Firefox Web browser gain a market share of 50 percent by January 1, 2009?
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.
Following my post the other day on setting up an XP/Linux dual-boot system I received a number of enquires about setting up a Vista/Linux dual-boot system where the system already has Windows Vista installed.
I just thought I'd post a follow-up to a post I made a while back where I asked if whether the Herman Miller Aeron really is the best office chair available.Well, yesterday I took delivery of my brand new "stealth black" Aeron and having pulled a few hours in it so far I can say with all honestly that it's by far the best office chair I've ever sat in.
Over on Slashdot I came across an interesting post this morning going by the title of Turns Out Ubuntu Dell Costs $225 More.
The other day I couldn't help but notice Reuters reporting that JP Morgan’s Kevin Chang was predicting the imminent of an "iPhone nano." Come on, seriously, how was that going to work?
Many companies still seem to be missing the point. Outside of a small number of tech-heads, it's content that drives the adoption of new technology, not how cool the technology actually is.
Over the past few weeks several people have asked me if it's possible to set up a Windows XP/Linux dual-boot system on a PC that already has Windows XP installed on it, and if it's possible, how easy is the process.
Whenever a Windows PC starts to misbehave - running slow, crashing, locking up, displaying odd messages and so forth - there are chance that the problem is down to some sneaky malware that's made it onto the system. At these times there are a few tools that I bring out to check the system over and hopefully make it better.
Both Sony and AMD are cutting prices this week in order to try to stimulate sales.
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.