I'm not sure Firefox 4 is going to get Firefox back into competition with IE 8 -- much less what I see as today's leading Web browser, Google's Chrome 5.
Analysis: When it comes to technology, government agencies aren't just uninformed, they're often foolish.
Microsoft has a deep, dark secret: Bill Gates has almost nothing to do with the company anymore.
Amazon and Barnes & Noble may have started a price war, but it's pointless: Dedicated e-readers will be dead within a year.
Analysis: XP SP3 has a lot to offer, even to Mr. Linux -- consider speed, stability, and compatibility.
Microsoft's latest Office suite has plenty of competition -- namely the massive amount of people using older versions of it.
I think we can all agree that BP's 'missteps' were just a wee bit bigger than LimeWire's. So, why is LimeWire the one getting knocked around?
Apple wasn't really expected to announce anything we didn't already know about at WWDC, so why is it that we can't get enough of Steve Jobs?
As Google and Apple plead, 'I'm out of bandwidth and I can't get my demo up!' at recent events, it's obvious adequate Wi-Fi/3G/4G bandwidth is sorely lacking.
If you want to join the Facebook diaspora, there are a bunch of would-be alternatives. But are they ready yet?