VMware Player 3.0 has hit the Release Candidate (RC) stage and is available for public download. This latest release brings with it some neat new features.
It's a product that I've been patiently waiting for - VMware Workstation 6 is released. Finally a way to run virtual machines on Vista without messing about with Virtual PC.
Taking a look at the One Laptop Per Child user interface.
VMware Workstation 6 - Similar enough to previous versions so as to not present a huge learning curve, but with tweaks and new features added where they were needed.
Are PCs losing ground to handheld devices?
OK, so over the past few months I've grown from being a Linux skeptic into being quite a Linux fan. I've still got lots to learn but it's great having the ability to roll out a no-cost OS onto systems that don't need to have Windows on them (I understand that not everyone reading this will need Linux, but I do ...). That said, there are a few aspects of Linux that do annoy/frustrate/anger me/make me hulk out* (delete as overall mood dictates), and one of these aspects is so core to an OS that I'm surprised that it hasn't been addressed already.
Linux guru Mike MacCana is claiming that VMware's ESX server application is derived from Linux, and because of this cannot legally be redistributed as proprietary software.
One Laptop Per Child OS walkthrough.