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Apple jumps from big cats to California-themed names for the next decade of Mac OS releases.
A report from Taiwan states that Google is working on its own house-brand Nexus Chromebook with a touch screen. This, in turn, suggests that it might run a mixture of Android and Chrome OS.
Lenovo will be offering a Windows 8 tablet in October when the OS goes live. The ThinkPad brand will bring a full Windows 8 experience to the Tablet 2.
Apple today released Mac OS 10.6.6 which includes the brand-new Mac App Store and -- shudder -- Angry Birds for my desktop. Now how am I supposed to get anything done with Angry Birds on my desktop Mac too?
HTC has confirmed a major commitment to their current clientele and potential future customers with the declaration that "most phones" released under their brand name in 2010 will be powered by Google Android OS 2.2.
The hills are alive with the sound of music...playing from the many, many review machines running Apple's brand spankin' new Mac OS X 10.
I'm in Florida visiting some family and had a flashback to the last time I was down here banging away on my brand-spankin' new Dell mini 9 netbook -- which was all the rage at the time (post 1 and 2).I purchased it with every intention to lobotomize it and install OS X as soon as humanly possible, but my travel plans dictated that I wouldn't have enough time to hackintosh it until I got back.
I just posted some initial thoughts on the speculation surrounding Palm's CES 2009 announcement and then found a great post by Steve O'Hear over on his last100.com site that I recommend you check out. Steve brought out a couple of issues I was thinking about late last night and did not include in my initial post, namely the Palm brand, developer and carrier issues. Steve is pulling for Palm to make a comeback and as a long time fan of Palm (even though they keep disappointing me) I am too.
There's a chance that some customers with a brand new aluminum iMac may experience a problem when upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Apple suggests a fix, however, gurus at the Genius Bar take matters a step further.
It looks like the problems I've been having with the Linux Classmate PC that Intel sent me are artifacts of the beta OS. Intel decided that instead of trying to troubleshoot across the continent and interface with the Chinese development team, they'd just send me a brand-spankin' new Classmate, complete with a fully functioning Linux OS.
If your budget doesn't stretch to a brand-new PC, why not give your old one a new lease of life by upgrading its OS to Windows XP? Here's how to go about it.
PalmSource, a handheld operating system developer, announced on Sunday that is has a new licensee in China and that it is launching two devices from Lenovo, formerly known as Legend. Founder Technology Group, the licensee, plans to sell devices that use the Palm OS in China under its own brand.
iChat AV suffers some glitches in beta form, but it shows major potential -- at least while it's still free.
This week Robin Bloor and his team consider the latest brand of relationship management, Microsoft's ambitious OS targets and how to deal with all that info...
Today's lineup includes a brand-new Web-caching server from Vicomsoft; Terminus, a space sim from Vicarious Visions; Krytton, a Mac search tool; and the latest update to DragThing, a shareware dock utility for the current Mac OS. Full story.
Apple unveiled their brand new server to the UK Mac community at Apple Expo in Olympia yesterday, claiming that it is the world's fastest Mac OS server.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)