Commentary
Content posted in September 2007
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Should Linux Users Lead From The Heart?
Commentary  |  9/4/2007  | 
After my last post about who uses Linux and really prefers to stick with it, I received a remarkable number of comments from people who'd not only tried it and stuck with it, but had taken as many other people as they could with them. That got me thinking: What's the best way to evangelize Linux?
iPhone Led The Smartphone Market In July And Could Challenge BlackBerry For Prosumers
Commentary  |  9/4/2007  | 
According to the latest findings from iSuppli, Apple's iPhone was the top selling smartphone in the U.S. in the month of July. iSuppli stands by its earlier estimate that the iPhone will sell 4.5 million units in 2007. Take that, iPhone skeptics.
Blogging Is Good Business
Commentary  |  9/3/2007  | 
The folks at SmallBusinessHub are saying that all small businesses should have blogs. I think that may be going a little overboard, but blogs do offer lots of advantages for many smaller companies. And it's really not that hard.
Baynote Leads Users To Web Content. Will They Drink?
Commentary  |  9/3/2007  | 
What brought you to this blog? And what will you do after reading it? Startup Baynote tries to use what it knows about the first question to answer the second.
Better Than iPhone: 8 Mobile Handsets That Outclass Apple
Commentary  |  9/2/2007  | 
There are many phones far more functional, and -- hard to believe, I know -- cooler than Apple's iPhone. The biggest contenders come out of Windows Mobile partner HTC in Taiwan, though many of its offerings aren't available in the United States. There's also an uber-cool handset waiting in the wings. (Can you guess from whom?) Check out my list, and the pictures which prove my point, and see if you don't agree that these eight handsets are better than the iPhone.
Blog: 8 Mobile Handsets That Beat Apple's iPhone
Commentary  |  9/2/2007  | 
Blogger Alex Wolfe opines that the following phones have it over Apple's inescapable mobile offering.
iPhoneSIMfree Releases FAQ, Says It May Offer iPhone Software Unlock In A Few Days
Commentary  |  9/1/2007  | 
I guess it's now more than official: CNN has confirmed that the guys at iPhoneSIMfree have developed software that unlocks the iPhone. Not only that, but the developers at iPhoneSIMfree have released a FAQ for their highly anticipated unlock solution. How long until we can get our hands on it?
Who Needs A Quad-Core PC?
Commentary  |  9/1/2007  | 
It's always interesting how projects never turn out quite the way you expect them to. When I began putting together a PC with Intel's latest top-of-the-line quad-core processor, the Core 2 Extreme QX6850, I expected there'd be a simple story line: The machine would be fast, the system would be great, end of story.
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