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January 18, 2012 by

Retrieving data from a corrupt Windows NTFS drive

Many of us have probably dealt with a corrupt hard disk at some point or another, and may have experienced some data loss with it. This is unfortunate, and steps can be done in advance to prevent data loss, such as making sure a good backup is running properly.

August 10, 2010 by

How pathetic is Microsoft's 'Macs might spoil your fun' campaign?

The managers stalking the halls in Redmond must finally feel confident in Windows 7, enough that heading into the back-to-school season, they are pitching an Apple attack ad that warns users that "Macs might spoil your fun." However, Microsoft's problem is that the piece appears unlikely to square with reality of the target segment: the happening crowd on campus.

May 6, 2009 by

Forget Kindle DX. How about the ZuneBook?

The ZuneBook is a Windows Mobile 7-based color touchscreen tablet device the size of a Kindle that plays audio and video media, with built-in e-book reader capabilities, Wi-Fi, runs .NET mobile applications and uses a scaled down version of the "Surface" interface, also known as Oahu.

September 26, 2008 by

With someone in charge change can be fast

Germany is using smart cards to handle the chores of data privacy, tasks assigned in America to the HIPAA law. Patients and providers each have their own identity cards, and the entire system features an audit trail.

September 5, 2008 by

Mainstream media writes Windows obit

Wow, a tough day for Windows.BusinessWeek reports that HP, the world's biggest PC company, is so troubled by Vista's 'tepid reception' and Apple's resurgence that it is developing its own operating system.

February 22, 2008 by

Of DVDs and documents

In their marketing claims around getting OOXML anointed as an International Standard, Microsoft says that more standards mean greater consumer choice. But sometimes less is more. We only have to examine HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray to see the consequences of this.


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