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Adam Mills

Microsoft exec: iPhone 4 might be Apple's Vista - 0 views

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    Microsoft COO Kevin Turner took some shots at the iPhone 4 antenna issues today even saying that it could possibly be Apple's Windows Vista.
Graham Perrin

Netvibes : Developers - 0 views

  • compatible with all major widget platforms
  • a free and elegant widget framework
  • 100% compliant. Open web standards, utilizing XHTML/XML, JavaScript/Ajax, CSS.
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  • supports all major widget platforms, including Netvibes, iGoogle, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, iPhone and more
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      … but not Windows XP (I assume that XP does not easily lend itself to widgets).
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    Netvibes Universal Widget API (UWA) is a free and elegant widget framework that uses XHTML for structure, CSS for styling and JavaScript/Ajax for behavioral/DOM control ; it can also use iframes and plugins such as Flash. UWA supports all major widget platforms, including Netvibes, iGoogle, Windows Vista, Mac OS X, iPhone and more. Credit to Rik` in irc://irc.freenode.net/#webkit for the referral/suggestion.
Jeff Johnson

7 lessons Windows 7 can learn from OS X | News | TechRadar UK - 0 views

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    Our hands-on Windows 7 pre-beta review shows that things are looking promising for Windows 7. Windows 7 will run faster than Vista, and it's breaking new ground with support for multi-touch displays, but we can think of seven more simple things that Windows 7 needs to address. One way to make Windows 7 a hit is to take a look at what Apple has got right (and wrong) with OS X, to see what Microsoft can learn from its experience.
Jeff Johnson

Mac OS X market share cracks 8% (computerworld) - 0 views

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    Apple Inc.'s Mac OS X market share has passed the 8% mark for the first time, a research company reported today. In September, Apple's operating system ran on 8.2% of the computers that accessed the 40,000 sites monitored by Net Applications for clients, the company's data showed. The Mac's share of the operating system market was up over August's by nearly four-tenths of a percentage point, the biggest one-month gain since May. Apple tends to post significant increases in September, according to Net Applications. Last year, for example, Mac OS X climbed by 0.45 points that month
Jeff Johnson

Leopard: Mac OS X Leopard and Windows Vista side by side - 0 views

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    The more things change, the more they stay the same. That's what I thought watching coverage of Apple's Worldwide Developer's conference opening yesterday, where banners that read things like "Hasta la vista, Vista" and "Redmond has a cat, too. A copycat" hung.
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