Is Windows Vista going to be a repeat of the Windows Me marketing and sales disaster that Microsoft experienced back on 2000?
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.
Apple had a spectacular second fiscal quarter.
According to security expert Eugene Kaspersky, we are at the brink of seeing a significant rise in malware attacks on Mac and Linux platforms. So, are hackers ready to target a broad range of platforms or is this merely hyperbole from a security firm that wants to sell products?
The contest held at CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver to see who could find and exploit a vulnerability in Mac OS X has re-ignited the debate about which is the safest operating system. Are Mac users in denial over security?
The other day I posted a question which asked "Which is best - Ubuntu or Kubuntu?" Interestingly one of the most popular replies that I got was "it depends." With this phrase in mind I decided to take Kubuntu for a spin and see for myself which I preferred.
Six months after Firefox 2.0 was released, Mozilla is now ending support for Firefox 1.5.
Over the weekend Intel dealt AMD another blow by cutting the prices of the Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad processors.
A recent Piper Jaffray study reports that 84% of the students surveyed knew about the iPhone and that 25% said that they would purchase one at the standard retail price of $500. Apple could be onto a really good thing with the iPhone.
Has a 19 year old reverse software engineer managed to get DirectX 10 to run on non-Vista platforms?
Unless AMD's recovery strategy involves coming up with significantly better CPUs, market share will continue to decline
There's little doubt that AMD is in trouble. The company has a broad restructuring plan that involves job cuts and cost cutting. But what AMD really needs is a CPU that is faster and cheaper than Intel's current line-up.