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Virtual DJ Studio

A Virtual DJ Console for the PC. Features full DJ and Karaoke support, plugin support, and much more. With a mixer-like layout, you...

December 10, 2014 by Next Generation Software

What OS X Yosemite says about the future of the PC

If a lot of what Apple announced at this week's WWDC seems familiar, that shouldn't be a surprise. Increasingly, the owners of big computing platforms are building features designed for a multi-device world. And in that world, PCs and Macs are no longer at the top of the food chain.

June 2, 2014 by

Windows isn't the only OS that cares about pens

But it might be the only OS with the patent to do pens the right way…One of the highlights of Adobe's MAX developer conference this year was Photoshop Touch; a tablet application, initially for Android but coming soon for iPad, that's a real application with powerful features. Equally interesting was the device Adobe was demonstrating it on - a prototype Samsung Galaxy Tab with the kind of pressure-sensitive Wacom pen that's been in Tablet PCs for years.

October 17, 2011 by

Cookie Stumbler Basic

Cookie Stumbler helps your PC remain free of tracking cookies at the push of a button. Whenever you browse the internet, cookies are...

November 23, 2014 by WriteIt! Studios

PriMus Free UPP for iPad

PriMus Free UPP for iPad is the APP that makes the PriMus Free UPP for PC features go mobile. The Bill of Quantities solution that...

November 17, 2014 by ACCA software

Single tenancy, the DEC Rainbow of SaaS

If you believe the private cloud vendor spin that simply by including certain features in common you'll capture all the advantages of cloud computing, you're making the same mistake that enterprises made in the 1980s when they invested in DEC Rainbow PCs and IBM PS/2 Microchannel.

August 26, 2010 by

Microsoft reinvents the mainframe

At its Tech-Ed conference today, Microsoft took the wraps off a set of new features that will be included in Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. Wth RemoteFX, the goal is to replace relatively expensive, hard-to-maintain PCs with small devices. Is the mainframe back?

June 7, 2010 by

Windows Intune: enterprise features without IT hassles

The trouble with enterprise-class software is that you need an enterprise-class IT department to run it. The result is that PCs in smaller organizations are managed piecemeal. As an alternative, Microsoft unveiled a new product this week that offers some of those enterprise-grade features in a subscription-based package aimed at businesses with 25 to 500 PCs. Here's my hands-on report on Windows Intune.

April 19, 2010 by

Can Microsoft close the app gap with Apple's iPad?

Microsoft and its partners have been shipping Tablet PCs for nearly a decade. And yet when the Apple iPad ships in a few months it will do a much better job of implementing those features than any of Microsoft's partners have done so far. Why? Because Apple understands something that Microsoft has yet to figure out: Apps matter. Here's what Microsoft has to do to catch up.

February 1, 2010 by

CES 2009: Slacker Mobile for BlackBerry and FlyCast for Google Android, PC, & Mac announced

Streaming internet radio is very popular today with mobile clients and desktop clients like Pandora and Last.fm. At CES today, two more services announced expanded coverage, improved features, and availability. Slacker, Inc. announced Slacker Mobile for the BlackBerry so you no longer need to have a dedicated Slacker player to enjoy music on the go. FlyCast announced a client for the Android/T-Mobile G1 and desktop players for Windows PCs and Mac.

January 8, 2009 by

Gateway's new desktop replacement: How much game does $1,400 get?

Gateway has released its first Centrino 2-based laptop, a 17-inch wide-screen model that rivals the performance of pricier gaming and entertainment desktop replacements.To get its PCs noticed on crowded store shelves, Gateway has been experimenting with a different mix of features, opting for less expensive processors and plowing the savings into better graphics, more system memory and, on desktops, bigger power supplies.

August 14, 2008 by

Dell shakes up its Latitude laptops

Dell has revamped its business notebooks, introducing six new Latitude laptops and two Precision mobile workstations. The new models are a clear indication that even with its business lines Dell is continuing its efforts to get away from gray boxes and differentiate its PCs--both in design and features.

August 13, 2008 by

Windows Vista Capable logo confusing to customers

Following a lawsuit which charges Microsoft with deceptive practices by allowing PC manufacturers to fix "Vista Capable" stickers onto PCs which lack the power to offer the consumer the ability to run some of Vista's most touted features, there's been a lot of discussion about what the Windows Vista Capable logo means. Is the logo program deceptive? Are consumers being duped into buying an underpowered PC? Is Microsoft to blame?

April 11, 2007 by

Rhapsody and the Nokia N95 take the crown for best mobile music experience

Rhapsody has an unlimited music subscription service that works with PlaysForSure devices, as well as the Nokia N800, Mac computers, and Windows PCs. The Nokia N95 is a multimedia powerhouse and has a few features that make it better than most any other mobile multimedia device on the market. You can take your music with you on the go and listen to it without even needing earphones.

April 9, 2007 by

How AMD stumbled with Socket AM2

When AMD released the Socket AM2 platform during May of this year, many expected it to be a huge hit - after all, it supported DDR2, sporting a 30% increase memory bandwidth, and introduced new features such as hardware virtualization. The Socket AM2 platform took what AMD had learned from the Socket 939 platform and built upon it.Now, four months on from launch, and the AM2 platform has been largely sidelined and the Socket 939 platform still dominates mainstream AMD PCs. Why? Where did AMD go wrong with AM2?

September 26, 2006 by

ACCC picks Intel's latest for desktop refresh

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has stipulated Intel's latest Core 2 Duo processors must be at the heart of its Canberra desktop PC refresh due to be completed by mid-February 2007.The regulator currently has around 350 desktop PCs in its Canberra facilities, with the majority (280) being Acer's 5500G model, which features a 2.

September 12, 2006 by

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