The legendary Commodore 64, the VIC and the Amiga are back and better than ever.
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According to TheOatMeal.com, Printers were sent from Hell to Make Us Miserable. I'll raise him one -- so is doing PC tech support for your family.
Linux is getting popular even with the staunchest Unix-heads.
A dear friend called to tell me that his holiday -- and his $3,000 laptop -- was ruined by incompetent bench technicians and customer reps playing the blame game at his local Apple retail store.
Did anyone else happen to notice that Prince Charles is a closet Penguin?On our UK-based sister site, ZDNet.
Apple's Mac is about to head toward an assisted living community in the desert -- and then its final resting place in the cloud.
I'm not a big fan of reality TV shows, particularly the ones that are focused on the life of a particular celebrity. For a while, I liked watching Ozzy, and then some of Gene Simmons, strictly for the bizarre aspects, but then the morbid fascination tends to fade quickly.
Usability9 Capability7 Performance7 Interoperability9 Manageability9 Maxtor's MaxAttach 4100 proves that Windows 2000 is a good server appliance operating system. MaxAttach supports Windows, Unix, NetWare, and Macintosh environments, and is easy to administer using Windows 2000's built-in tools.
The latest tablet version of Android is a refined, but not a revolutionary taste.
The Plat'Home OpenBlockS Microserver, manufactured in Japan, is a low-power PowerPC-based embedded Linux device that can be customized for a variety of applications.