An interesting study raises the specter of the “Pareto Principle” when it comes to how truly pervasive social sites are among users.
Microsoft introduces its latest search engine effort called Bing.
Is the internet becoming a force for a trans-national virtual government?
Looks like Microsoft and Intel have conspired agreed on what a netbook is.
TuneCore is a musician’s digital service that pays artists more per CD at absurdly low entry costs.
The RIAA is trying to stem the digital music tide – the MPAA is doing the same for movies.
The RIAA is fighting a losing battle – they just don’t know it yet.
AMD is ecstatic with the $1.45 billion levied by the European Commission against Intel for alleged anti-competitive practices.
I downloaded Windows 7 and I’m busy playing with it. Meanwhile, here’s a very good article on Windows XP Mode from someone who has the creds HERE. On the face of it, seems kludgy and this article comes to pretty much the same conclusion. Read More
Running XP Mode in Windows 7 is not a slam-dunk by any means.
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