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Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft could drop the price of Windows 7 to around $100 when it announces retail prices later this month, according to calculations based on an earlier Vista cost-cutting move.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference is underway, and today Apple showcased their latest iPhone, the iPhone 3GS.
Premium-Inhalt. Don't look now, but China is messing with the Interwebs again.
Premium-Inhalt. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission's recent takedown of an Internet service provider thought to be a safe haven for spammers has reduced spam volumes, but only by a little.
Premium-Inhalt. Researchers using carbon nanotubes that can theoretically store a trillion bits of data per square inch for a billion years.
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Premium-Inhalt. For years, Apple has churned out versions of Mac OS X pumped full of geared toward the average user. And it seems like with every iteration of Mac OS X, the new feature count balloons. While many of these new features are small -- for example, Apple touted additional fonts as a new Leopard feature -- new features still drove marketing and appeal for new Mac OS X versions. With Snow Leopard, Apple is taking a detour, and is focusing on performance, under-the-hood improvements, and user interface refinements. That doesn't mean Snow Leopard isn't worth paying attention to, though. Here are five things you should know about Snow Leopard.
Premium-Inhalt. The guessing game is over: iPhone 3G S has arrived. Don't let appearances fool you. On the outside nothing looks much different with the 3G S. The real difference is what's inside. So how will Apple's iPhone 3G s compare to the Palm Pre?
Premium-Inhalt. Apple delivered a today at the opening keynote for its Worldwide Developers Conference, but the company took its time building up to the big news: The new iPhone 3GS will be available in stores on June 19, and the will drop in price to $99 as of today. Unfortunately, I found the keynote offered empty calories: The lack of a significant hardware upgrade for the iPhone was especially underwhelming. (See the transcript of of the keynote)
Premium-Inhalt. While those in the halls of Moscone West (and the rest of us virtually looking on via posted from within Moscone) cheered Apple's many announcements Monday, a small segment of the population undoubtedly reacted not with joy but rather foreboding. For, behind the and could be heard the faint sound of someone's lunch being eaten.
Premium-Inhalt. After , we now know that Snow Leopard will cost Leopard users $29 ($49 for the family pack) when it ships in September. In my pre-WWDC , I'd guessed either free or $20--so I was closer to right than wrong, though still wrong. But what do you get for your $29? Are there more features than the five big ones I covered last week?
Premium-Inhalt. Not content to merely fiddle around with the operating system and software, the electronics repair specialists at opened up the Pre and dissected its guts.
Premium-Inhalt. Monday announced a new iPhone model with a more powerful CPU, a better camera and video recording. Perhaps just as importantly, Apple slashed the price of the previous iPhone 3G to less than $100.
Premium-Inhalt. Working Daze is a comic distributed by United Media. Working Daze is currently written by John Zakour and illustrated by Scott Roberts. John Zakour is also a writer for Bongo's Simpson's Comics, and has written a series of humorous sci-fi novels for Daw books that he calls "bubblegum for the brain." Zakour has a master's degree in human behavior and undergrad degrees in Computer Science, Eco, and Bio.
Premium-Inhalt. Along with a storage boost, a digital compass, purportedly faster connection speeds, and the iPhone 3.0 operating system, the just-announced will add a slew of new imaging and video features that should have manufacturers feeling nervous.
Premium-Inhalt. With Monday's announcement that the will now cost only $99, should lower the price of the , an excellent portable media player that suddenly seems ultra-pricey.
Premium-Inhalt. Businesses in North America and Europe remain broadly worried about the security of open-source software, according to new data from Forrester Research.
Premium-Inhalt. Mozilla is readying a program that will allow companies to build their own customized browsers based on the next version of Firefox, which will be out in a few weeks.
Premium-Inhalt. Ever since it arrived, the iPhone has been criticized for not meeting key enterprise needs. The , released in summer 2008, added several key business functions, such as Exchange integration, but nowhere near the capabilities that many enterprise need to meet security and compliance requirements. The new iPhone 3.0 OS, to be released on June 17 as a free update to iPhone users and a $10 update to iPod Touch users, moves the iPhone a bit closer to enterprise requirements.
Premium-Inhalt. As many as 100,000 Palm Pre smartphones may have been sold since the device went on sale Saturday, one industry analyst estimated today.
Premium-Inhalt. African Internet and government officials have thrown their weight behind the current setup at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), terming it as transparent and inclusive.
Premium-Inhalt. Fourteen years ago, I picked up a copy of , a joint production of and Fodor's that contained seating maps, travel tips, and other info about each of the stadia and arenas for the four major North American sports leagues. The book is horribly out of date by now, as you might imagine--by my count, 61 of the 111 profiled facilities are no longer in use for their intended purpose and another four have been so drastically remodeled as to be unrecognizable. So why do I keep the book around? Surely, the chapter on the Astrodome won't help me the next time I want to catch a Houston Oilers game. Well, other than the nostalgia factor--$17 could get you a box seat at Yankee Stadium in 1994, kids--I always appreciated how was able to condense a lot of information in a tiny amount of space. Each entry is no longer than three pages at most, but just about everything you'd need to know--where to sit, how to get there, what to eat when you're in the yard--is right there at your disposal.
Premium-Inhalt. Despite a multimillion-dollar contracts scandal tagged to her name, Sarah Kramer, erstwhile president and CEO of eHealth Ontario is reportedly getting a top-dollar separation package following her departure from the not-for-profit agency.
Premium-Inhalt. At last week's E3, Tim Shafer gave us more of a taste of what his upcoming would be like, and it looked tasty, only affirming it's title as being one of the most anticipated games of this year. However, "anticipated games of this year" could turn into "anticipated games of next year", as Activision is looking to halt the release of the game by suing the games developer Double Fine Productions.