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By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
In terms of Windows-based operating systems, the name of the future is 7, Windows 7. While other articles focus on it's brand new taskbar or on how well it performs, I thought it a good idea to see what the built-in Media Center has to offer.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Yesterday, at the Professional Developers Convention (PDC) in LA, Microsoft finally took the covers off the highly anticipated Windows 7.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
What do you do when you need to reinvent yourself, to address that sagging popularity issue? Well, if you cannot do it yourself, do not be afraid to let others take a crack at it.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
With Halloween just two days away, there are surely some of you that were so busy reading about the Professional Developers Convention in LA that you forgot to get a Halloween costume.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Following last week's release of its WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) and OGA (Office Genuine Advantage) on the Chinese people in an attempt to cut down piracy rates, Microsoft ended up being sued – twice.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Ever since Google released Google Docs back in 2006, there have been rumors about Microsoft taking its Office suite to the web – sadly though, all those rumors did not amount to anything.
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
Remember the out-of-date security patch that Microsoft released the other week, the one that was deemed critical for XP and Windows Server users?
By George Norman on 29 Oct 2008
The thing about these questions is that to some Microsoft will provide an answer at this month's PDC (Professional Developers Convention), while with others Microsoft will take its precious time.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
With the Professional Developers Convention (PDC) going on in the United States, Windows 7 is now in the limelight more than ever before.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
According to Laura Mesa from the Mozilla team, a recent study has revealed that 9 out of 10 people who have used the Firefox browser would recommend this software to others.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
According to SnakeHead Software, the software application they are currently working on will prove to be the one and only true dogfight flight simulator.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
We've already seen Windows Azure debut at the Professional Developers Convention in LA, which means that it is now time to get a closer look at Windows 7.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
At the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) that is currently taking place in Los Angeles, Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform made it's first ever public appearance.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
Google's Android once again makes the headlines, this time because the Google phone (G1) which was launched last week is vulnerable to hacker attack.
By George Norman on 28 Oct 2008
The good news is that the Beta version of Firefox 3.1 has a gesture support feature, meaning that you can perform various actions (zoom in, go back, next tab) with a simple hand movement (swipe, pinch, twist).
By George Norman on 27 Oct 2008
According to an official Canonical Ltd. press release, users all over the world will be able to download (for free) Ubuntu 8.10 Desktop Edition starting with the 30th of October, the current year.
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