Privacy issues: MS and GUID numbers, Apple, and Intel follow-ups
The number of users of project's open-source Web server software is still rising, but that of Microsoft's proprietary Internet Information Services is rising faster.
The uncontested design favorite among PC speakers are discounted so far as to be nearly...dare we say it...affordable.
The second part of the installment.
Hasselblad has unveiled the H3D II, a 39-megapixel monster of an SLR, with geotagging, a giant sensor and a suitably gigantic price tag
Glaskowsky continues his discussion of the SFWA vs. Scribd controversy.
HTC launches the HTC TyTN II (aka HTC Kaiser) smart phone in Europe.
Glaskowsky takes stock of GPU designs from AMD and Nvidia, the Trips prototype from UT Austin and the Tile64 chip from Tilera.
Apache appears to be losing its lead in the web server market to Microsoft's IIS. Apache still commands a healthy lead, but has been slipping lately....
Following customer complaints, Dell releases more information on the delayed product, this time saying color is partly to blame for delays in the new notebook.