13th > December > 2008 Archive
Nokia invents social
Nokia nuts now only have one excuse left for getting lost: their phone running out of power. Why? Because the Finnish phone firm’s updated its mapping software to include every navigation tool the urban adventurer could possibly need.
Electronic votes mysteriously vanish in Ohio election
Electronic voting machines made by Premier Election Solutions have once again been caught dropping votes during the November elections, this time in Ohio's Montgomery County.
Paradise iTunes Land
The iTunes App Store may be the iPhone's killer app, as USA Today and others have claimed, but its home - the online mega-mall iTunes Store - has hit a few bumps as of late.
Before Pong, there was Computer Space
This Old BoxThe holiday spirit is still strong with This Old Box — or rather, the nog we're drinking this evening has some pretty strong spirits in it. Just semantics really.
Chromefirexplorer girds loins against rich and closed
Add-on-ConWhat's the thinking behind Google Chrome, the Chocolate Factory operating system web browser that just lost its beta tag?
First steps with offline Silverlight and Live Framework
I wrote a simple test application for Silverlight running on Live Mesh. It is an interesting scenario, which enables Silverlight applications to run offline, in the style of Adobe Systems' AIR.
Inside Dell's containerized data centers
Dell was mum about its containerized data center designs. But once the company announced it would supply the servers behind Microsoft's Azure compute cloud and Microsoft said it was embracing containers in a big way, it was only a matter of time (and a little schmoozing) before Dell opened up a bit and explain its container plans - intended for "a select number of customers."