According to this The Verge article, pre-ordering for phones running Microsoft's new mobile OS, Windows 8, will begin October 21. Microsoft's timing is far from optimal, releasing weeks after the competition. Microsoft introduces restrictions that may not be acceptable to tech-savvy buyers. Windows
HMC, Memory For The Twenty first Century
Dram, the memory used in computers today, is entering its fifth decade, and it has been feeling its age. Processors today spend much of their time waiting for grandpa Dram to get out of its rocker, grab its walker, creep over and fetch the information they requested. Thanks to a
If Your Site Isn’t Accessible for blind and visually impaired persons, It’s not SEO Ready
According to the American Foundation For The Blind , there are over 21 million adults in the United States alone who experience vision loss. This does not include persons who are color blind or who do not report the change in their eye sight. Using magnification software or screen reading
Apple’s iPhone 5, Dud From The Depths, or Dream Phone To Die For?
Well, the long-awaited iPhone 5 has arrived, selling two million within the first 24 hours of pre-order, three million more in the first three days of release. Though some of the buyers are just followers, buying any new technology that comes out, others are upgrading for excellent reasons. Below
10 Tips To Catch The Windows 8 Upgrade Wave
Windows 8 is here. Microsoft doesn't quite have it on shelves yet, but anybody can download it from the web site and install it. Though some users will actually format the hard drive, erasing all data before installing, Most users will simply upgrade the computer, keeping data and other files. Here
Linux Servers, Competitive Features, Cloud Services, and free Licensing
In the previous article in this series, we discussed the soon to be released Windows Server 2012, including its many features. In this final article in the series, we'll be discussing what Linux brings to the table. Linux has a strongly competitive market share, 18 percent and growing, and has
PCM, Now Completing Testing, Displaces Flash Memory
PCM, Phase Change Memory, is completing testing and will soon be released; That day will mark the death of flash Memory. Flash is used in millions of devices today,and is considered fast enough to run the most popular operating systems. There are several differences between flash and PCM,
Microsoft to Release Windows Server 2012 with New Features and New License Scheme
Welcome to the first in a two-part series examining server technology. Microsoft's new server platform,Windows Server 2012 is nearing release, but Linux also offers a stable platform. This series will examine some of the highlights of these platforms. This week, we'll consider the windows platform.