Meldungen vom 09.09.2006

  • Hands on: Running Vista on a MacBook Pro

    Ever since Apple Computer Inc. released its Boot Camp software in April, thus enabling Intel Mac owners to run Windows on their Apple hardware, I've been working with various permutations of Windows on my 17-in. MacBook Pro. There was the Boot Camp-enabled Windows XP installation, the Parallels virtualized version of XP (no reboot needed) and now there's Vista RC1. …mehr

  • CORRECTION - Speedy recovery

    Due to a reporting error, the Computerworld story "Speedy recovery," posted on Aug. 31, misspelled the last name of Humana Inc.'s president and chief executive officer. His name is Michael McCallister.  …mehr

  • Hurd to speak at HP's upcoming user conference

    Hewlett-Packard Co.'s looming boardroom scandal comes at the eve of the company's large user and partner event, the HP Technology Forum, which begins Sept. 17 in Houston.  …mehr

  • Court: Accessibility lawsuit against Target can proceed

    A federal judge in San Francisco ruled Wednesday that a lawsuit filed against Minneapolis-based Target Corp. by the National Federation for the Blind (NFB) regarding the accessibility of the retailer's Web site can move forward.  …mehr

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