Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.
Google shows a version of its technology for putting Web applications on steroids that's built into its Chrome browser. Also: expect Web Worker support in Chrome soon.
Administrators running Mac OS X 10.5 Server have found that since the recent update they have had boot loops and blue screen that requires a hard reset of the hardware, similar to those experienced since the update to the client version of the OS. Because
Citrix's XenClient offers a window to a future where virtualization is just part of the way that client systems are designed and built.
How to love Twitter even if you hate Twitter.com: Use one of these standalone Twitter apps.
Legislation in the U.S. House of Representatives to regulate peer-to-peer networks goes a bit further than its sponsors may have intended.
Seesmic Desktop takes on TweetDeck, AlertThingy, Nambu, and Twhirl. How does it compare? Heavy Twitter users would do well to consider these other apps.
In the guise of desktop virtualization, the company offers a variant of "containers," or operating-system virtualization, called VDesk.
A new iPhone application allows users to bypass the iPhone's inherent one-photo-per-email limit. Appropriately dubbed "Multi-Photo Email," the applications works by connecting to a user's SMTP server and sending photos as simple attachments. Users can des
Starting next week, the App Store download will incorporate functionality for Skype, Twitter, Google Talk, MSN Messenger, and Yahoo Messenger communications.