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Microsoft Windows Phone 7 technical preview | CutViews - Apple News and Tutorials - 0 views

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    Microsoft launch  first Microsoft Windows Phone 7 only technical preview, Mircosoft back into the smartphone arena.Microsoft is sending Windows Phone 7 LG and Samsung developers. Samaung  run Windows 7 Phone on devices are for testing purposes only, detailed look at the current version of Windows Phone 7.
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.
shah shazwaz

Leaked:Microsoft Windows 8 New Operating System ? | CutViews - Apple News and Tutorials - 0 views

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    Although still early in the process, newly leaked documents about Windows 8 offer some keen insight into where Microsoft wants to head with the next version of the operating system.Although still early in the process, newly leaked documents about Windows 8 offer some keen insight into where Microsoft wants to head with the next version of the operating system.
Jeff Johnson

Why Apple is Kicking Everyone's Ass - The Real Cost of Software Development is Usabilit... - 8 views

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    What does Apple get that Sony, HP, Microsoft, Dell, Samsung, and LG don't?…. Usability in software.
Jeff Johnson

Managing Office 2008 « Managing OS X - 0 views

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    If you are thinking about deploying Microsoft Office 2008 in your environment, there are some preferences you should consider managing.
Adam Mills

iPhone can now stream music from Zune - 0 views

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    If you have a Zune Pass and an iPhone, you now can combine both for really rewarding music experience you don't want to miss.
Adam Mills

Apple to release video game system? - 0 views

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    Ever wondered about Apple making a splash into the video game world and how it might turn out? This article features commentary on a big video game company's CEO making a prediction that Apple will make that jump. Read and chime in.
Jeff Johnson

Mac vs. PC: What You Don't Get for $699 - BusinessWeek - 0 views

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    Now Microsoft is fighting back with its own advertising campaign. I've enjoyed some of its elements. The Seinfeld spots were weird. I was intrigued by some of the "I'm a PC" spots that aired last fall, depicting PC users engaged in a variety of jobs-teaching law, protecting endangered species, blogging for Barack Obama. The message: You can use a Windows PC and still do cool and interesting things. Not bad. Then came the adorable little girls: Kylie, age 4, and Alexa, age 7, e-mailing pictures of fish and stitching together pictures of a fort into one. Microsoft, it seemed, had finally found its advertising voice.
Jeff Johnson

Macs go to work -- Government Computer News - 0 views

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    When you think of the Apple Macintosh, you might think of a smooth-running, elegantly designed, though comparatively expensive, laptop or desktop computer that is used largely in homes. But can Macs also play a part in the workplace? The answer seems to be, increasingly, yes. For instance, the Orange County, Calif., Sheriff's Department recently purchased 175 iMacs and MacBook laptops, which will work within the department's Microsoft Windows environment. "They are used in regular office space for all types of assignments," said Assistant Sheriff James McDonald.  "We also use them in the training room and we use some for video editing and podcasting."
Jeff Johnson

Why netbooks are killing Microsoft | Macworld - 0 views

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    When Microsoft laid off 5,000 people in January, analysts and pundits pointed to plenty of reasons for the first major layoffs in the company's history. The obvious culprits included the overall economic meltdown, Apple's continued success and Wall Street's desire to see a leaner Microsoft. But the real cause of the layoffs can be summed up in a single word: netbooks. These lightweight, stripped-down laptops that sell for between $200 and $400 have taken a big chunk out of Microsoft's bottom line. Unless the company comes up with a plan to handle them, its revenue will stagnate.
Jeff Johnson

Apple - iPhone - Profiles - Kraft Foods - 0 views

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    iPhone connects to Microsoft Exchange right out of the box. It supports Cisco IPSec VPN and WPA2 Enterprise with 802.1X authentication. And it makes quick work of configuration and enterprisewide deployment. Find out how easily iPhone fits into your enterprise environment.
Graham Perrin

Office 2008 for Mac and Mac OS X Spaces | Help and How-To for Microsoft for Mac Office ... - 0 views

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    Word's bad arrangement of Word windows - behind Word's own toolbars - occurs in a single window (without Spaces).
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

Network Home Redirector - Redirect network traffic to the local machine. MacUpdate Mac ... - 0 views

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    Network Home Redirector... While network-based home directories provide many benefits, they also bring some unwanted headaches. These headaches usually come in the form of Microsoft Office User Data folder issues, as well as AFP performance issues when dealing with thousands, sometimes millions of cache files. If you would like to redirect some of that traffic to the local machine, instead of taxing your network and your AFP servers, NHR might be for you. Download the DMG file and choose the appropriate package installer(s) for your environment. That's it.
thanaads Thanaads Noo

Download: XViD4PSP v5.035 free iPhone video converter | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    This software is completely free, and it allows you to transfer almost any video file into an MP4 format that the iPhone will be able to recognize and play.
Jeff Johnson

Ballmer needn't fear the Mac…just yet | Irregular Enterprise - 0 views

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    Boutique analyst firm Freeform Dynamics took a run at standardizing on Macs but the switch was not worthwhile. They're now back in the Windows fold. Their report starts by posing a series of questions about business benefit. They found that when pressed, business users were hard put to come up with anything other than woolly answers. So what usually happens when an average business user switches to Mac?
Jeff Johnson

Apple's patch process a mess, say researchers (Computerworld) - 0 views

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    September 22, 2008 (Computerworld) Apple Inc.'s patching process proves that the company isn't serious about moving Macs into the enterprise, security researchers said today. One dissenting expert, however, said it was unfair to compare Apple's patching procedures with, say, Microsoft Corp.'s. "You have to evaluate the patching performance of the company if you're looking at Macs," said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at vendor nCircle Network Security Inc. "And the last two weeks hasn't been a gold star for Apple."
thanaads Thanaads Noo

5 things you need to know about HTC's Google Android phone | iPhone News Updated - 0 views

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    Next week, Google, HTC and T Mobile will finally rip the covers off the much-vaunted Android phone, the HTC Dream. Known also by its slightly less pony name, the G1, it's set to give Apple, Microsoft and Nokia a major headache, seeing as it'll comprise a WinMo and iPhone beating OS, coupled with a Nok-slapping handset. But what you want to know is why it'll really shake things up. Read on, dear Stuffers, to find out.
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