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Would you like to see Ubuntu on your cellphone? Given the state of current embedded platforms, I know that I would.
Have you seen Apple's latest crop of ads? There's one that looks to me like it hits Vista's weak spot - there are too many versions of Vista.
Think Secret has a tip from an "unproven source" that Apple will today announce a new widescreen, touchscreen 6G iPod.
The Inquirer runs a story with the provocative title HP screws Presario buyers. The story, by Charlie Demerjian, charts his attempts to get HP to supply drivers for a Windows Vista-based HP/Compaq Presario. Is he just bashing Vista for the heck of it and expecting too much of HP to support XP on a system supplied with Vista or does he have a point?
The BBC is carrying the story that the AACS Licensing Authority (AACSLA) plans to fight the bloggers who "crossed the line" and posted the processing key which can be used to break the copy protection on HD-DVDs.
This was so bound to happen - A Trojan which impersonates the Windows activation process and asks the users to enter their credit card details.
The NVIDIA 8800 Ultra. Out soon. Yours for $800.
Walter Bender, president of Software and Content at OLPC, says that the OLPC project is "a free and open-source shop" and that "no one from OLPC working with Microsoft on developing a Windows platform for the XO."
Yesterday Apple made a commitment to be greener. Greenpeace says "we are cheering!" but goes on to say that the statement is "not everything we asked for."