It's 25 years since great Briton Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, so we wax nostalgic about the early Internet and arguing over the phone.
Microsoft will kill Live Mesh on Wednesday, so current users have only a couple of days left to jump ship to SkyDrive or a similar service.
As of February 2013, Microsoft's Live Mesh PC-sync service will be no more. SkyDrive is its replacement.
Live Mesh users, read the Windows Essentials 2012 fine print. Microsoft is doing what some had feared in latest services bundle -- replacing it with SkyDrive, which still doesn't offer the same set of features.
Two entrepreneurs think it's time for smartphones to start cooperating with each other by sharing network connections.
How and why we're going to build unbreakable, unjammable smartphone networks.
Instead of being fully enclosed, with fan ports for proper airflow, unusual mesh PC case relies on the "chimney effect" to deal with dust.
Microsoft has cooked up yet another version of SkyDrive with several useful features, but it's missing the key benefits of Windows Live Mesh.
Windows 8 and ultrabooks should spur global PC shipment growth in the latter half of the year, but don't expect the market to catch fire.
Microsoft says its 3 million Windows Live Mesh users have synced 2.2 petabytes to Microsoft's cloud. The service exits beta at the end of this month.