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MacBook Pro and the hot new thing: Paired Storage

One hot topic in storage right now is "paired storage," or the combined use of an HDD (hard disk drive) and SSD (solid-state drive), aka a flash drive. A third-party upgrade kit lets owners of the MacBook Pro give this advanced storage architecture a spin.

March 27, 2011

Flash Player 10.1: definitely improved, but how much?

Last month I called Adobe's Flash "the new Vista," and wondered out loud about Adobe's commitment to fixing its reliability and security problems. Now that Flash Player 10.1 has been officially released, I have some initial, very preliminary data to help answer some of those questions.

June 21, 2010 by

Sorry, Adobe: Flash is the new Vista

Hey Adobe: Apple and Microsoft say you have reliability and security problems with Flash Player. A whole lot of my readers say the same thing. As do I. So, uh, when do you plan to address that elephant in the room?

May 13, 2010 by

Analyst says economy leading some users to bypass Office 2007

On the Windows side of the house, Microsoft recently has been advising customers who haven't yet begun Vista deployments to skip directly to Windows 7 instead. Although the company hasn't been offering (at least not publicly) similar advice about Office, it seems a number of IT shops are doing just that and bypassing Office 2007 in favor of Office 2010.

June 4, 2009 by

CES 2009: OQO announces model 2+ with OLED and Intel Atom processor

The pre-CES rumors were spot on again with the rumored OQO Model 2+ actually being announced and shown off at CES. The OQO model 2+ does have an OLED display (seems to be a popular theme at CES this year) and more for a full PC in your pocket. The 1.33 GHz Windows XP model with LCD display, 60GB HDD, and 1GB RAM starts at US$999 and the 1.86 GHz model with Vista Business or XP PRo, 120GB HDD, 2GB RAM, and OLED starts at US$1,499. These are actually reasonable prices compared to what the OQO models started at in the past. The devices ordered today are estimated to ship in May of 2009.

January 7, 2009 by

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