Firefox Mobile Concept Video

A demo of an experimental UI for Mobile Firefox by Aza Raskin, Head of UX for Mozilla Labs. See azarask.in/blog/post/firefox-mobile-concept-video for more information.

Going Linux because of Microsoft

Acer recently announced that they’ll be pushing Linux aggressively on its laptops and netbooks. The company is already heavily promoting Linux for its low cost ultra-portable netbook range out ...

Google Earth browser plugin!

Google announced Wednesday 28th May that they are unveiling the Google Earth API and browser plug-in. As the latest member of Google’s Maps API family, the Google Earth API allows web developer...

Guess who’s storing your stolen data

Finjan recently reported (MPOM report) on a Crimeserver hosting 1.4G of unprotected stolen data, including passwords, medical data, emails etc. A few days ago they found yet another. To demonstrate h...

Supercomputer with 20 million CPUs

In an effort to enable more credible global climate change predictions, researchers from UC Berkeley believe that the way to go is a new kind of cloud supercomputer that includes 20 million processor...

Introducing WorldWide Telescope

WorldWide Telescope (WWT) is a single rich application portal that blends terabytes of images, information, and stories from multiple sources over the Internet into a seamless, immersive, rich media ...

Where a fat PC doesn’t fit

fit-PC is a tiny, noiseless, extremely power-efficient PC – designed by CompuLab – one of the leading vendors in embedded computing. fit-PC draws only 3-5 Watts when running Windows or Li...

AVG 8 Free Edition is out

Just a few days ago I wrote about the latest anti-virus release from AVG, AVG Internet Security v.8. Yesterday they’ve released a similar update for their FREE version. This really is great new...

SP3 for XP scheduled for April 29th

Earlier this week Microsoft announced they’re in the final stages of preparing SP3 for release to the web (i.e. you!) on April 29th, via Windows Update and the Microsoft Download Center. Online...

Introducing AVG version 8

AVG products are running on over 70 million computers worldwide, mainly because of the free AND trustworthy 7.5 edition I believe. However, AVG has always delivered fast, effective security without t...