Users Want Virtual Desktops That Match Their Physical PCs
Over the last two years, Intel commissioned a study on how companies were delivering virtualization to end users. It's one of the few indicators of where this confused segment is headed. Several approaches are still on the table, but the fastest growing one is where the virtual machine resides on the end user's PC.
Palm's Pre Emerging As iPhone Threat
Palm's last, best gasp may be in fact a lifesaver. The Pre drew early rave reviews, and the news keeps getting better as the device nears launch date.
Oh No, Not Another Microsoft Branding Campaign!
There's been a lot of coverage exploring questions about the functionality of Bing, Microsoft's new search engine. Before the company blows $100 million trying to give consumers the answer, I thought I'd give it two branding ideas.
USAir Suffers Collosal Failure During Multiple CRM "Moments of Truth"
Jan Carlzon, former CEO of Scandanavian Airlines (SAS) and author of the bible on customer satisfaction (Moments of Truth) would be rolling his eyes right about now if he could have heard the telephone conversation I just had with a US Air. I've just learned that despite holding a US Air-issued Dividend Miles card (pictured below) in my hand (the one to which I've been applying my last 15+ years of US Air travel), I am a
AT&T Wants To Offer Palm Pre
CEO Randall Stephenson says he wants to offer Palm's highly anticipated handset after the exclusive deal with Sprint runs out.
AOL-Time Warner: Worst Merger Ever?
Time Warner's decision to spin AOL back out as an independent company is the closest thing we'll get to an admission that the marriage between old-world Time Warner and new world order AOL never worked out.
HP Expands Low-Priced Mini-Laptop Family
The consumer-centric Mini 110 is available with Windows XP or Linux, while the business-focused Mini 1101 gives buyers the choice of Windows XP Home, XP Pro, or Vista, each for less than $350.
AT&T Boosts 3G Networks
The carrier will be spending nearly $18 billion to double the speed of its mobile data networks up to 7.2 Mbps.
Microsoft Zunes Further Into Oblivion
It's hard to see where Microsoft thinks it's going with Zune, part of the Entertainment and Devices Division that continues to tread water as the also-ran of the company's five main divisions.
Good Technology Buys Intercasting
The acquisition will enable Good to offer a smartphone-like experience, with access to social networks, IM, and e-mail, for feature phones.
Who Ever Said Assistants Were Intelligent?
A company called Siri decloaked within sensor range earlier today, promising test drives of its intelligent virtual assistant as an iPhone app this summer, and predicting that most every Internet user will have something like it within five years or so.
Mobile Browser Skyfire Hits 1.0
The release version of the mobile browser enables Windows Mobile and Symbian users to have a desktop-like experience while on the go.
Ericsson Lights Up LTE Site
The company deploys the first commercial 4G cell site using Long Term Evolution technology, and the data network is capable of high-speed mobile services.
Online Advertisers Targeting Our Kids
The economic mess has come home to roost. I mean literally come home, as in vendors are trying to worm their way into every available keyhole and Internet connection to squeeze more dollars out of our kids.
Two Apps To Get Your Food Fix On The iPhone
I don't know about you but many times I walk into the supermarket and have no idea what I want to buy so I wind up eating way too many hamburgers. I've recently found two iPhone applications that can help with creating a wide range of tasty recipes.
BlackBerry Curve 8900 Hits AT&T
Some may be disappointed that the handset lacks a 3G connection, but users can get their e-mails and surf the Web via the EDGE network or with the integrated Wi-Fi.
Apple's Tablet: Open Or Closed?
Developers may catch a glimpse of Apple's stance on future software rights and controls next month when Apple discusses its development plans for Snow Leopard.