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The Windows RT Review
— Meet Windows RT — Microsoft's first serious foray into tablets came just after the turn of the new millenium, with Bill Gates demonstrating the first tablet PC prototype onstage at Comdex in the autumn of 2000. From there, OEMs started releasing tablets based …
Oracle Hacker Gets The Last Word
— David Litchfield exposes one last Oracle security bug before walking away from his database battles. — ARLINGTON, Va. — In 2001, Larry Ellison brashly proclaimed in a keynote speech at the computing conference Comdex that his database software was “unbreakable.”
How Cloud Computing Will Change Business
— IBM, Qualcomm, Nokia, and other majors, along with startups, are preparing to cash in on new technology. Not that it will be easy — Watch the Video... In 1990, in a keynote speech at the Comdex computer conference, Microsoft's (MSFT) …
Linux-based HP Mini Mi ships with command line disabled
— Yesterday, while looking through the Comdex news feeds, I stumbled across a Mini Mi 1000 HP product announcement from HP. The Mini Mi retails from just $329.99 and ships with Mobile Internet, a “user-friendly, all-inclusive interface built on Linux”.
The end of an era for Macworld Expo
— For several years, trade shows—technology trade shows in particular—have been in serious decline. From Comdex to E3, large trade shows have been dying out or drastically changing their focus. Even Macworld Expo hasn't been immune, as the east coast show was canceled after the 2005 event.
CES: A Smaller, Slimmer Expo Is Sign Of The Times
— I've been covering the massive Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas for longer than I care to remember. Before that, it was Comdex. I've been doing this for the better part of 15 years, and I've seen my fair share of stunning developments at the show.
What is Origami?
— JP of Designtastesgood.com seems to have scooped Scoble on this. Then it hit Digg. So what is the Origami Project? Why does Microsoft Have the domain registered? Well, if you take the time to read through the digg comments, you will find that Origami is the code-name …
— A variety of deals have been announced in the previous two weeks that deserve commentary. — CMP Media's acquisition of the trade show company Media Live had lots of interest for me since I once went head to head with their now defunct Comdex trade show in 2003.
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