Member since: Jan 27th, 2009
Feb 6th 2009 7:05PM Don't you hate it when someone says something won't run on Linux, they always bring up WINE? How about running something natively in Linux instead of using a go-between to make it run. If Linux was really a viable alternative to the home desktop user, wouldn't you think the major software makers would be writing for it? This is a fluff piece by ZDNet Aussie, not true journalism. It even looks like the people are just watching the demonstrators and don't actually get to touch it and use it. They seem to also pick the people that said something about Vista. Nobody said they hated Vista, they said they were "getting used to it". There is a difference. Any new OS requires some getting used to.
Jan 27th 2009 11:27AM Why not just bundle OSX and every form of Linux with Windows? They are the dominant OS on the market, right? Windows will now come on its own hard drive since a DVD won't be able to hold everything that will need to be included with it. Just plain silliness.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
Amazon Appstore for Android hands-on review: Android Market is in trouble