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120 GB Zune

August 26th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5
Amazon to use Kindle as a platform for textbooks. Canon EOS 50D getting ink. N96 from Nokia has the Smartphone folks buzzing. nVidia getting ink for speeches and the Tegra chip. 120 GB Zune coming out. Will HP target Sun now? Intel spent half a million in lobbying. Photoshop Elements 7 now out. IPO deals off 75-percent. FAA mess needs to be talked up a lot more. tech5
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Will Sun Microsystems be Sold?

August 20th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5
Yahoo and Intel fooling around with Interactive TV. Har. American Airlines hook up three routes with WiFi. No Internet phone calls allowed. Nintendo sued. Comcast to slow traffic to hogs. More Toshiba news. Cox going wireless. Sims coming next year. Lots of news about Sun Microsystems. tech5
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PC Sales Skyrocket

July 18th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5
Google buys another contextual ad firm. It’s out of Russia. AMD in the news as the company gets rid of CEO. Symantec screws its distributors. Interesting strategy. Cold fusion results rigged. Psystar selling HQ. PC shipments on the increase. Microsoft online keeps losing money. Web ad business rocky. Sun hopes to do well in Africa. gPhone back in the news. A new worm transcodes MP3’s in an effort to infect PC’s Computer mouse heading for extinction. tech5
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Blame the Boys for Pirac

July 09th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5
Congress looking at online advertising, it may take action. Samsung rolls 128GB solid-state drive. They may be overrated. Getty Images to buy good photos from Flickr. Wish list for mobile phones turns them into laptops. Boys are to blame for downloading DVD. Horror stories beginning to appear. Microsoft launches Vista compatibility checker. It’s about time. Microsoft patch stopped Zone Alarm from working. Is CEO of SUN on the way out? Cisco says spending in doldrums. Jerry Yang says Microsoft destabilizing Yahoo intentionally. Botnets seem to be winning the SPAM wars. tech5
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600,000 Laptops Stolen in Airports a Year

June 30th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5
Norway probling Microsoft. Everyone has to get into the act. Lo-Jack for laptops? More than 600,000 laptops stolen in airports yearly. How does this happen in these “secure” airports? AD blockers worry advertisers. Why does Sun Microsystems have a chief gaming officer? EBay burned for allowing sales of fakes. Samsung pushing OLED. Look for Rhapsody to attack iTunes. No more Bill Gates stories. tech5
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16 Core Processor from Sun

June 24th, 2008 | Category: John C Dvorak,tech5,Uncategorized
167 redundant news articles about Bill Gates quitting Microsoft. Cripes, how boring. Comscore tumbles on Google news. ICANN fooling around with the TLD’s again. Contradictory stories abound. I check out a few. Microsoft pledges XP support through 2014. SUN doing a nifty 16-core processor. Larry Lessig pushing broadband initiative. Germans ban the G-mail name. You have to do a workaround. Yahoo-Google deal triggering hearings. Kodak buying back its shares. tech5
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