All play and no work?
All play and no work?
Was my last batch of Vista tweaks too basic for you? Check out these 10 expert tweaks for Windows Vista RC2. No beginner-level stuff here.
We take a trip around the Leibniz supercomputer, where an ongoing upgrade will boost performance to 60 teraflops
Is your USB flash drive, Compact Flash card, or SD memory fast enough to take advantage of Windows Vista's new ReadyBoost caching feature? Here's how to find out.
Image archive for Denise Howell's Lawgarithms blog.
Interactive Web enabled shopping is the latest gambit to entice young consumers.
Below are screenshots of my experiences installing Parallels for Mac and BootCamp on a MacBook Pro.
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All the tech action at the Australian Open Tennis Championships 2007 in Melbourne.
Taking a look at basic operations on a Mac
People starting to get settled.
When Nokia announced the 770 Internet Tablet towards the end of 2005, eyebrows were raised. It was certainly a novelty for the mobile phone specialist: the Linux-based 770 was small enough for a (voluminous) pocket, had a wide-aspect-ratio screen, and lacked both a keyboard a SIM slot. We weren’t overly impressed with the <a href="http://reviews.zdnet.co.uk/hardware/handhelds/0,1000000735,39247984,00.htm">Nokia 770</a>, largely on account of its sluggish performance. Even so, it proved popular among Linux enthusiasts.
The Linux specialist has become the latest tech firm to set up a facility in the city of Brno
HTC’s S620 is a slim BlackBerry-like Windows Mobile 5.0 smartphone with a wide-aspect screen and a small QWERTY keyboard. This is a relatively rare format for a Windows Mobile device, but not unique — we’ve seen it in Samsung's SGH-i320, for example. The HTC S620 is billed as a device for email and document management on the go. So how well does it deliver?
HTC’s last batch of products includes two Windows Mobile smartphones, the S620 and S310, and two Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, the P3300 and the P3600. The P3600, reviewed here, has a SIM slot and — unusually for a Pocket PC — it supports HSDPA. In due course we may see network operators offer it as a subsidised handset on their 3G networks, but at present it's only available SIM-free from vendors such as <a href="http://www.expansys.com">Expansys</a>.