Nicholas Carr, a well known commentator on IT and business, has written an interesting blog post. The future, he argues, can be expressed in a simple equation: Google plus Apple.
The future of personal computing was divulged by Mr. Eric Schmidt, the chief executive officer of Google, on March 23 of this year during an interview […]
According to the Daily Telegraph,
It took took five years and $6bn (£3bn) to develop, but Microsoft’s Vista operating system, which was launched early this year, has been shunned by consumers – with computer manufacturers taking the bizarre step of offering downgrades to the old XP version of Windows.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates speaking during the press […]
Make sure you apply all of those patches to deal with Windows security flaws, says the US department of Homeland Security. Seven ‘critical’ ones this month, apparently.
Over on the Office Evolution blog, Marc Orchant writes about a very interesting office package, ThinkFree Office. Orchant points out what makes ThinkFree different:
ThinkFree’s strategy differs from pure-play online offerings. They offer three different local versions of their software that work in concert with the online version of their suite which provides word processing, spreadsheet, […]
Bill Gates is predicting that software piracy in Asia will be largely under control in ten years’ time.
Well, they ought to be able to manage it by then, assuming, of course, that it turns out to be a desirable business goal to exclude so much of the world from your products. […]
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