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July 18, 2010 by

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 technical preview: A definitive guide

I have been very curious to check out Windows Phone 7 development and 5 days ago Microsoft passed along a functioning developer phone for me to try out. In these 8 pages of information you will find my detailed thoughts and experiences, screenshots, and videos of the Windows Phone 7 Technical Preview in action.

January 3, 2008 by

Secure ripping from "episodic DVDs" described in just-published Microsoft patent app

A major new Microsoft Patent application entitled DVD identification and managed copy authorization describes and illustrates a secure manner in which DVDs could be enabled for "ripping" of selected sections of media.In other words, and as Paragraph 44 of this app describes:For example, the use of Chapter Information enables specific television programming episodes from an episodic DVD to be identified and then copied using a managed copy process.

June 29, 2007 by

Here's complete guide to all 10 iPhone books

I was sitting here thinking that after some of you purchase an iPhone either later today or in the near future, you may have questions that in-store or online support can not answer to the degree of preciseness you want. Perhaps even the iPhone manual will fall a bit short.

August 30, 2005 by

Mobility madness: Managing mobile devices

Today's smart phones are less about ring tones and more about extending your corporate applications well and truly into the field. Say goodbye to the deskbound worker -- and hello to a potential data and security nightmare, warns David Braue.

October 26, 2004 by

Finding the perfect teleworking tools

Technology is allowing workers to stay in contact no matter where they are. How do you choose the right combination of hardware, software, data transport, and voice transport, then secure the whole lot and make sure your organisation is set up to take advantage?

July 23, 2004 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

Monday 19/7/2004We may not be the only species with opposable thumbs, but we've certainly made the most of them. From 'thumbs aloft' specialist Paul McCartney to the mighty Tubbin tradition of the Civil Service (thumbs up bums, brains in neutral), these funky phalanges are an essential part of our culture and capabilities.

July 23, 2004 by

Rupert Goodwins' Diary

A week in which Team Refusnik got out of sports day with a note from mum, a BT engineer revealed the true complexity of his job and details emerge of the plucky Brit taking on Intel

July 1, 2004 by

Tech Guide: Buying a handheld PDA

Choosing the right handheld is all about finding the perfect balance of size, weight, performance, features, and cost. From there, a PDA can become an indispensable tool for staying organised, connected, productive, and entertained.

June 27, 2003 by

EMC CTO Mark Lewis Unplugged

Mark Lewis, EMC's chief technology officer, believes that eventually storage will just melt into the background, like electricity into the walls. In David Berlind's interview with Lewis, he explains why he wants EMC to be "disrespected," and outlines hi

April 22, 2003 by

Surrounded by new opportunities

I take issue with fellow execs mourning the decline of the tech industry--and Silicon Valley in particular. Technologies must evolve or people will simply be unable to cope.

April 8, 2003 by

LapLink Everywhere 2.0

LapLink Everywhere 2.0 is easy to use and offers secure remote access to your desktop, e-mail, contacts, calendar and files, cleverly using ordinary HTML. The new features add much needed functionality, but email client support remains parsimonious. It now rivals GoToMyPC in functionality, but is much cheaper.


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