Overheard: Word of the Day:

April, 2008

April 29, 2008  7:21 PM

Overheard: Linux desktop flunks the parent test

Posted by: Margaret Rouse

wayne_richardson.png The day where I can recommend that my father use Linux (without the fear...

April 29, 2008  6:41 PM

Overheard: Hardy Heron flunks the girlfriend test

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Linux, Ubuntu Linux

hardy_heron2.jpg Linux won't truly be ready for the desktop until someone computer illiterate can...

April 29, 2008  4:52 PM

Overheard: Goodbye GoLive

Posted by: Margaret Rouse

neil_mcallister.jpg HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the Web graphics formats are all public, open standards. It just doesn't...

April 29, 2008  11:30 AM

Overheard: iPhone vs. Blackberry

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Apple, mobile technology, RIM


April 28, 2008  12:44 PM

Overheard: Microsoft Cosmos

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
.NET, Operating systems, Programming

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April 25, 2008  4:53 PM

Overheard: Microsoft Live Mesh is JBOF (just a bunch of feeds)

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Cloud computing, Live Mesh, Microsoft, Technology

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April 25, 2008  12:52 PM

Video: Robot demonstrates face recognition

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
biometrics, face recognition, Robotics, Security

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/B_jllEvrOZQ" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Kind of cool!

April 25, 2008  12:44 PM

Overheard: InPhase Tapestry is just a WORM optical drive

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
holographic storage, Storage, Technology

April 24, 2008  9:15 PM

Overheard: Ballmer says customers love Vista

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Microsoft, Technology, Vista, Windows XP

ballmer.jpg "In the business environment, we still have customers who are buying PCs with XP because...

April 23, 2008  1:03 PM

Video: Microsoft’s “I’m making a difference” campaign

Posted by: Margaret Rouse
instant messaging

This collaboration between Windows Live Messenger and nine non-profit organizations has raised $1.3 million dollars so far. Every time a user starts a conversation using Windows Live Messenger, Microsoft shares a portion of the program's advertising revenue with one of the non-profit...

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