Archive for September, 2002
Microsoft security issues are problem for everyone including Microsoft itself. Quoting a Sr. VP in Microsoft “We really haven’t done everything we could to protect our customers … Our products just aren’t engineered for security.”
The ultimate geek meet is on in California, providing a forum for multi-displinary interaction. One more reason why India produces brains and not cutting -edge technology our education system and society in general lloks down on a multi-displinary approach.
Infrasonic, ultrasonic are words that you may have come across but what is hypersonic? Check out how it has the potential to revolutionize audio technology.
Nicholas Negroponte explains why Wi-Fi “lily pads and frogs” will transform the future of telecom. He by the way is the Founder and Director of the MIT Media Labs as well as one of the founders of the Wired magazine.
Earth’s climate will warm up over the next 50 years, whether or not greenhouse gases are curbed soon, U.S. researchers reported on Thursday in a NASA study.
How would want to spend a billion dollars?? Read this hilarious article- Five Ways To Spend $1 Billion
Pentium 4 full of undocumented features, bugs? Looks like Intel is trying to imitate Microsoft
Have you heard about the new serial ATA standard over which the hard-disk manufacturers are going ga-ga? Promises of true 150Mbps to start with and going upto 600Mbps, looks like the SCSI standard finally has competition.
Looks like the Minority Report world is fast approaching.
No posts yesterday as my company had sent me on a Microsoft partner training programme.What I found interesting was how it has now started targeting the small and medium businesses with business software and tools. And on this what i found on the net about its new business software strategy.