Nicolas Negroponte, head of The One Laptop Per Child organization, on Tuesday tells the LinuxWorld audience in Boston that the inexpensive machine will use Linux, but the operating system suffers the same code bloat as Windows.
A look at the application that lets Intel-based Macs natively run Windows XP.
Kevin Kettler describes the mechanics of virtualization in a speech at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in Boston.
Microsoft shows off an upgraded version of its best-selling wireless optical mouse and two new desktop mice.
R&D team shows off the Gesture Keyboard and Printcast.
Silicon.com's Andy McCue got a peek at what HP research laboratories are cooking up.
Microsoft is on track to release the Windows XP version of Windows Media Player 11 before the end of June.
Cisco Systems is searching for broadband's killer content and throwing cash at university students to find it.
From check boxes to drag-and-drop, Hotmail is trying to catch up with Gmail. See the evolution.
I was wary of installing the beta version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7, but with the release of Beta 2 I decided to take the plunge and see if this new browser has more to offer then what is currently available. To my surprise, the installation was relatively painless, and to my amazement, I haven't found a Web page that will not render yet. Granted it has only been a day, but I have visited my usual places and I have no complaints. However, only time will tell if IE7 can make you forget about IE6, Firefox, Opera, and the rest.
IBM 3850 Mass Storage Device (1 of 2)Patrick Sneed sent in this picture of a 25-year-old tape cartridge from an IBM 3850 Mass Storage Device. "The tape retrieval device ran on little railroad tracks down the center of the machine," Patrick wrote, "You could open the doors to work on it while it was in use but it could literally take your head off when it passed by.
In San Francisco, Samsung launches its new Origami minitablet Pc, dubbed the Q1.
TabletKiosk hoped to beat Samsung out of the gate with its "Eo," but had to halt most shipments because of a glitch.
As the World Congress on Information Technology considers ways that IT can improve lives, the chipmaker presents its Eduwise design.
Microsoft Research's prototype software program for handset keypads is designed to let consumers conduct online queries using abbreviations.
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