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Apple Drops an iDud Commented on: 4 years ago (January 27, 2010) After wasting 90 minutes watching this presentation, I'm still trying to work out the killer application on this device. Why do I need it?
A Bit of Backpedaling and an Apology from Microsoft Commented on: 4 years ago (November 2, 2009) Sorry Paul, I don't agree that Eric Ligman was out of place in what he said. You've simply blown his original article out of all reasonable proportions as an excuse to go on a tirade. Having read...
Windows 7 Workaround Does Not Allow for Multiple Installs with One Product Key Commented on: 4 years ago (November 1, 2009) Care factor = zero. Much ado about nothing, really.
Microsoft Signature Software Commented on: 4 years ago (October 28, 2009) How painful for people to still be on dialup in this day and age. Heck, wireless HSPA would be much more tolerable. Either way, good customer service would warrant the mailout of a CD with a handful...
Microsoft Opens Up the PST Format Commented on: 4 years ago (October 26, 2009) This should make life much easier.
And the Number One Reason to Upgrade to Windows 7 is... Commented on: 5 years ago (October 14, 2009) Logjamming, the best thing to do with an iMac - apart from throwing it in the bin lest it die from overheating because Apple decided you don't need a fan - is to install Windows on it.
Final Release of Windows XP Mode Commented on: 5 years ago (October 1, 2009) teemark, the point of XP Mode is to enable corporations to upgrade their computers and software with confidence that they're going to be able to take advantage of Windows 7 features without affecting...
As Expected, Security Software Makers Mock Microsoft's Free AV Commented on: 5 years ago (September 30, 2009) Norton AV 2009 & 2010 have been completely overhauled. They are now great products and they don't slow down your PC.
AT&T enters 21st century, adds MMS to iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS Commented on: 5 years ago (September 26, 2009) Bloody hell, why is the US so far behind the rest of the world in mobile tech? Geez, good ol' isolated Australia has had it for the best part of a decade! And two of your major networks are still...
iPod touch 3G and iPod nano 5G revealed Commented on: 5 years ago (September 9, 2009) Apple has run out of steam on the iPod line. It's simply reduced to replicating the iPhone without the 3G radio. The classic looks staid. The nano has a microscopic click wheel that is impossible to...

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