I don't know if Steve Jobs reads this blog, but if he does, I have some advice for him: Steve, you need to drive a truckload of cash to Robert Scoble's home, hire him and get him blogging. Fast!
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.
If you're thinking of buying or building a new AMD-based PC, then by waiting a few weeks you might pick up some really good bargains.
I'm finding that I'm carrying more and more of my life on USB flash drives. In fact, I go as far as to try to keep all my current "digital self" on flash drives - email, contacts, current/ongoing work, passwords, useful utilities and anything else that I might need but I've been worried about losing a drive with unencrypted data on it. The solution to my problems came in the form of the Kingston DataTraveler Elite Privacy Edition.
First, we had one graphics card. Then we had two. Now, ATI are hoping that those looking for a little extra performance will buy three.
Why can't I buy an iPAQ with a realistic amount of storage space, rather than have to resort to juggling storage cards?
The Intel P965 chipset, code-named Broadwater, is signaling the end of the road for the outdated parallel ATA (PATA) interface. Instead, Intel is opting to exclusively push the more modern Serial ATA (SATA) interface.
There’s a lot of FUD (Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt) surrounding the system requirements that will be needed to run Windows Vista. Partly, I put the blame for a lot of this confusion at Microsoft's doorstep - The fact that there are different requirements for the Windows Aero interface is confusing and Microsoft hasn't done a good job of explaining that Aero is an interface enhancement for Vista.
What is it about the iPod that's made is such a dominant brand? Is it the design? Functionality? Brand? Fashion? Price? Marketing? I'm stumped as to why, so I'm handing the question over to you.
It seems that AMD might be in for a rough ride. A very rough ride. The overclocked pre-production Conroe CPUs are producing insane results - over 4.0GHz!
A finalized 802.11n standard is, despite what vendors might claim, a long way off.