OK, I'm getting ready to try Linux on one of my desktop PCs and rather than choose a distro myself I thought I'd let you choose it for me.
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.
Since the week is coming to a close I thought that it would be interesting to reminisce about tech regrets. Maybe something you bought, something you didn't buy, something you upgraded or just something that you wish you had.
UPDATEDOver on KezNews.com a brute force method for acquiring a usable product key for Microsoft's Vista platform has been released. I can confirm that this method works (for now at any rate), but I don't think that Microsoft has much to worry about.
Microsoft's Windows Vista activation process has been cracked - by using brute force technique.
Pre-installed Linux with no support - would customers be happy with that?
Many hailed Dell IdeaStorm the ultimate customer feedback model and a great example of Seth Godin-style “take something good, innovate, and make it great
Lenovo has issued a worldwide recall of 205,000 notebook batteries. Are you affected?
Dell doesn't want to go to the cost and hassle of supporting multiple Linux distros. The alternative is simple - make Windows optional extra on all your PCs.
Sony has responded to PS3 backward-compatibility critics - sort of.
My MacBook Pro Experience series of posts that I've run over the past six weeks or so have, in my mind been a total success. One of the things that made it a success in my mind is the amount of feedback I have received. Buried within that feedback were numerous requests that I do the same thing, but this time for Linux. Sounds like a good idea to me, so let's get the ball rolling!