Reviews - Page 169
Microsoft and Novell have been making a big deal of their big deal to work together to soothe customers' cross-platform pain points. But it remains to be seen whether and how far the deal will end up extending beyond the realm of press releases and presentation slide decks. In fact,
Probably like a lot of people nowadays my digital camera has become more than just a tool for still photos. I've found that the quality of the video that my camera takes is actually now pretty good, certainly good enough for active videos from vacations, parties and other social events.
Cisco and Apple will battle it out in court over the use of product name iPhone, but given the experience I've had the last few days with Cisco's Linksys WIP330 iPhone, I want Cisco to relinquish the name and go stand in the corner to think about what they've done.
Among early adopters of Microsoft's freshly minted Windows Vista operating system, the strongest reactions so far seem not to revolve around the system's fancy new looks or its handy search facilities, but rather around Vista's knack for asking permission to carry out operations that require...
While cruising through Slashdot this afternoon, I came upon an item in which Rolling Stone blogger Charles Coxe asks whether Apple may become Is the New Evil Empire. Once but the student (see their classic 1984 ad, their PC vs. Mac ads and oh, everything else that's ever come out
After reading my colleage Joe Wilcox's ebullient ode to the new Windows Vista commercial that appeared during Lost, I had to see it for myself. Here's what I got: A click on the image brought me to Adobe's site, where I was informed that I'd need to upgrade my