Tuesday, July 02, 2019

Morgan scores and Naeher saves in 2-1 victory over England


United States’ Alex Morgan celebrates after scoring her side’s second goal during the Women’s World Cup semifinal soccer match between England and the United States, at the Stade de Lyon, outside Lyon, France, Tuesday, July 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Monday, February 02, 2009

Google Ocean, Get 1Gbps Downloading by 2012, End of beta is in sight for Windows 7, Flash on iPhone Hopes Dashed


Google Ocean will let users explore shipwrecks and reefs
dailymail.co.uk — Google users will soon be able to explore the oceans from the comfort of their living room, thanks to an upgrade to their popular Google Earth software.
Korea to Get 1Gbps Downloading by 2012 !
i.gizmodo.com — While we're all celebrating Charter's 60Mbps broadband access here in the US, the Korea Communications Commission is spending $24 billion to secure 1Gbps access by 2012. 1Gbps allows you to download a 120-minute film in 12 seconds.

End of beta is in sight for Windows 7
techradar.com — Microsoft has confirmed that it will not be releasing any more beta versions of Windows 7, with the next release likely to be the firet release candidate of the eagerly anticipated operating system.More…

Flash on iPhone Hopes Dashed
pcworld.com — Adobe has confirmed that Flash capabilities won't be coming to the iPhone anytime soon. Company CEO Shantanu Narayen recently discussed the difficulties in bringing Adobe's most well distributed product to the iPhone. "It's a hard technical challenge, and that's part of the reason Apple and Adobe are collaborating," Narayen told Bloomberg Television

Friday, January 23, 2009

Apple puts iPhone Nano and Netbook rumors to rest

During Apple's earnings conference call yesterday, Apple COO Tim Cook fielded a wide variety of questions, but two answers in particular helped shed a bit of light on the likelihood that Apple would enter the netbook market or release a lower end iPhone.

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The First Windows Review Ever

The following is an article that appeared in the December 1983 issue of Byte magazine. When I first created this site there was very little information about early versions of Windows on the web and no references to this article. It was almost as if there was some conspiracy to hide the truth about the age of Windows.

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009