Our John C. Dvorak and team X3 take on robo calls. What can you do? Check this out. aNewDomain.net with Gina Smith, John C. Dvorak and Dr. Jerry Pournelle.
Archive | February, 2012
Microsoft today released Windows 8 consumer preview at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, Facebook goes big with ads and the Raspberry Pi $35 PC is sold out. aNewDomain News Editor Eric Mack breaks down the tech news of the day in today’s ranting roundup — and he’s broken up about it.
Our futurist and vidcasterTodd Townsend slices through the mire to find three trends at MWC 2012 you need to know about now. It’s aNewDomain.net. Meet Todd Townsend.
Here’s where to download the 32-bit and 64-bit ISOs for Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview, plus links to our coverage on the enteprise version, the live blog and memories about Bill Gates at another turning point — back in 1989.
Microsoft shows it still can surprise. A few hours before Windows chief Steve Sinofsky took the stage to roll out Windows 8 Consumer Preview at MWC 2012 in Barcelona, the company slyly posted a product guide for an enterprise-targeted version of that OS. Smells like Windows 8 Server. Our senior contributor and IT pro Ant […]
Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview for Business information is up now, the live blog will start shortly. Hang tight.
When Apple introduced its iOS 5 it also included 5GB of free storage on iCloud. If you fill up the allotted 5GB, you’ll receive a message that suggests you buy more space from Apple. Don’t do that right away. First optimize what you’ve got already. Here’s how.
Microsoft announces its beta of Windows 8 today in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 show. It’ll be a huge day for CEO Steve Ballmer — and especially for Windows chief Steve Sinofsky, who likely is next in line for the top spot. But I remember when a day like this meant a […]
Our Jerry Pournelle, senior columnist at aNewDomain.net, has mail. He’s not talking tech, Google privacy or MWC today. It’s all about Aristotle’s Aether, dark matter and the A-10 World War II aircraft in action.