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.
Archive | February, 2012
Apple looks to be unveiling a new iPad and an Apple TV in March. But first we get a crack at the Windows 8 Consumer Preview in just a few hours. It’s a lot for aNewDomain news editor Eric Mack to yell about in today’s ranting roundup of the tech news. It’s February 29, 2012.
Wednesday will be a huge day of announcements at MWC 2012. And at 3 p.m. Barca time, Microsoft will unveil its Windows 8 Consumer Preview. Here’s what we expect to see. What we didn’t expect is a sneak unveiling of Windows 8 Server, with beefed up features to help tech pros manage security, updating and […]
It’s our John C. Dvorak and his crew at X3. John, Andrew Eisner and Joe Engo talk about an RFID issue that stranded a family at the airport. What is up with that?
TrueCrypt your data and there’s no way your company will be able to access it. Our Dino Londis explains the unprecedented power users now have at work. What does it mean? Check it out.
This feature is handy if you want to easily get your system out of Sleep Mode. But, the slightest movement of the mouse or even a cat walking on the keyboard will wake it up.
Can you hack? Would you take down Google Chrome — and Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer? There’s up to a million dollars in it for you if you just focus on Chrome, but cash prizes all around, Google execs announced today.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet, the Galaxy Beam, the Nokia 808 Pureview and more have debuted at Mobile World Congress, and just in time for the return of our ranting roundups of daily tech news with aNewDomain news editor Eric Mack.