I've been playing with the Windows 7 Build 7000 (Beta 1) for several days now, and I've come to the conclusion that like Vista, it's not a major improvement over what most users are currently experiencing with Windows XP, and is at best only a slight improvement over Vista SP1. In a number of cases, I think they've gone even further down the user rejection hole.
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Jason Perlow, Sr. Technology Editor at ZDNet, is a technologist with over two decades of experience integrating large heterogeneous multi-vendor computing environments in Fortune 500 companies. Jason is currently a Partner Technology Strategist with Microsoft Corp. His expressed views do not necessarily represent those of his employer.
Here's some neat Star Trekky-tech that you'll be able to get your hands on shortly -- Texas Instruments' DLP Pico Projector Development Kit. The kit includes a Zippo lighter-sized 7.
During last week's Christmas break, my wife and I spent a vacation in the Bahamas, drinking Bahama Mamas and Kaliks, eating conch salad and relaxing on gorgeous white sand beaches overlooking pure blue water while everyone else was freezing back home in New York. I know, you hate me already.
It's the holidays, and you're pissed off. But do you really want to send an email like this?
openSUSE 11.1 is packed full of features, but a lack of QA and user acceptance testing in this release may cause Linux newbies to seek out other distributions, such as Ubuntu Ibex.
The HP J4580 Multi-Function Inkjet Printer, Scanner and Fax. The $99.
The New York Stock Exchange, all lit up for the holidays. Nice display, but is this really an appropriate message to send to Wall Street?
Having been brought up Jewish, my wife and and I never had the opportunity to actually decorate our homes with holiday lights. That being said, we appreciate a nice display, and have come to think of ourselves as connoisseurs and critics of the very best (and worst) in holiday light entertainment.
Re-use of this image permitted under the GFDL$99 iPhone. Keep smoking that crystal cider, Apple freaks!
Being employed by a large technology company and being a freelance technology writer has its pitfalls, one of which is from a disclosure perspective: I'm not allowed to talk about strategy and forward-looking statements regarding the company I work for.The risk of making such statements is that one might commit the company to things that it wouldn't necessarily commit to, especially when one is not qualified or permitted to make such statements in the first place.