Because the Evil Queen of Numbers has kept the Windows branch so quiet about Windows 7, we've been relying entirely on speculation, the blogosphere, leaks and occasionally "that dreaded New Yorker" as Sinofsky would probably say.Multi-touch is the latest craze it seems.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher. She holds a degree in Medical Anthropology.
Guest post: Morgan Panting is at her first year in college (equivalent junior in high school). Besides being the bane of my life, she's also an opinionated little madam with her own rants and raves on technology and student life.
A few weeks ago I got a heads-up from Google's PR about their new search tool. Dubbed Google Insights for Search, it allows you to apply parameters to search for what other people are searching.
A little off topic today as the world has gone all quiet. You can be an all-knowing computer science boffin and still not grasp the concept of the "GPU" and what it does.
It's not often you can put "Microsoft" and "free" in the same sentence, but they do do (no jokes) surprisingly a lot which is free. Students have been able to use DreamSpark for a while now, but it's still not very well publicised.
As I wrote a few weeks ago, the Ultimate Steal has been roaring for those in the US and Canada, and it's finally reached us across the pond (the Atlantic to all the idiots out there). Similar things apply, such as needing a valid university or college email address, and of course a method of payment.
Music is a huge part of our lives, not just students, but it does have a major effect on how we interact, integrate and collaborate. Music can be seen as a work enhancer, a relationship matcher, a commonality between groups or connections - most just see it as something to compliment a mood.
Probably not.Today (Wednesday, well it is for me anyway), we see the first beam test of the LHC, the Large Hadron Collider, in the CERN's labs in Switzerland.
Instead of writing about something in the world or sparking controversy, I thought I'd open this one up as a simple, easy rolling discussion.With all the technology we hold today; unified communications, interoperability amongst technologies, protocols spreading and sharing rules, an ever expanding phone and networked systems - are we really heading towards a VoIP only world?
This is a dual post written and posted simultaneously. For the enterprise side of Iceberg, check the post over at Enterprise Alley (that's right readers, I'm cheating on you).