By Christopher Price on September 9, 2012
Just when Motorola Mobility got Webtop working, word from sources is that Google ordered its demise. With the RAZR HD lacking Webtop, Verizon is selling off Lapdock 100’s for $50 out the door. We’ll explain why.
By Christopher Price on July 17, 2012
We take a second look at the Fedora-Microsoft agreement for Windows 8 Secure Boot. And, the unanswered questions about ARM, Windows RT… that you should forward to your nearest regulator.
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By Christopher Price on March 18, 2012
It’s a slow news weekend, onto deals! And, first up is a new classic which requires one powerful PC.
By Christopher Price on November 25, 2010
Most Thanksgiving Day deals can be found by drilling-down from the home pages of your favorite retailers. And, since we’re (still) between technology news sites, we decided to pick one non-mobile deal for Mac, and one non-mobile deal for PC. And, here they are. For Mac users, VMWare is offering VMWare Fusion 3 for Mac […]
By Humberto Saabedra on February 24, 2010
Sprint has announced an update to its Overdrive 3G/4G Router/Modem which addresses Wi-Fi radio operation and throughput, improved Windows XP compatibility, enhancements to the OTA update functionality and a fix for an issue where the router would stay offline after being updated. The update can be found here and installation instructions for OTA or PC […]
By Humberto Saabedra on October 17, 2008
Mozilla has announced the first alpha release of its future mobile browser currently codenamed “Fennec”. Click for full-size The alpha release is available for Windows, Mac OS X, the Nokia N810 internet device, and Linux. Â The browser is a project by the Mozilla Foundation to bring the power of the Firefox browser to an increasing […]