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Zune gen 3 bringing just minor upgrades? Commented on: 5 years ago (August 30, 2008) I very much look forward to the 16gig flash model. I have the 80gig hdd version right now. I really like it......anything but ipod is my objective. I drive a motorcycle most of the year (2007...
Apple gives MobileMe users an extra 60 days on their subscriptions Commented on: 5 years ago (August 18, 2008) Hey cesjr... As a matter of fact, MS does. It's called Live services. Specifically, for Windows Mobile phones, it's called "Windows Live for Windows Mobile." It sync's mail, calendar, and...
WindowsLive.com Web site relaunched Commented on: 5 years ago (August 5, 2008) I like the new site design....but I have be cynical a bit. I'd *rather* see some updates to the Live product suite. Instead, we've gotten two site redisigns in the past 4 months or so and no real...
Microsoft Office Outlook Connector 12.1 Beta Commented on: 5 years ago (July 24, 2008) .........except for the issue of calendar syncing that many are complaining about on the forums and newsgroups. Apparently, some peoples' "additional" calendars (not their first one, but any...
Sweet IE 8 wallpaper Commented on: 5 years ago (July 24, 2008) Can my diesel pickup run on that cheaper "regular" gas?
MobileMe launch delayed ... Where's the outrage? Commented on: 5 years ago (July 10, 2008) It's the typical Apple freak attitude that the Jobs empire can do no wrong. Hypocrites!
Microsoft congratulates Mozilla on Firefox 3 release Commented on: 5 years ago (June 18, 2008) Mmmmmm..........donuts..... No, wait.....
Apple bores at Microsoft-esque WWDC keynote Commented on: 5 years ago (June 9, 2008) Ocean...you need help! Seek it quickly.
Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V RC1 Commented on: 5 years ago (May 20, 2008) Already running RC1. We're already seeing cost benefits by running this instead of physical servers. On average, we've been able to consolidate 4-to-1 so far. Only very high-priority services...
Microsoft braces for major customer shift ... to cloud computing Commented on: 5 years ago (May 20, 2008) I definitely see things moving in this direction.......with ONE major caveat......... Enterprise environments will largely stay right where they're at.....locally installed or local app server based...
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