The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
Here I am using another “hell no!” cliché and here I am writing about Google's product strategy.
It's happened again. Right after I blog about something related to IT vendor strategy the prophecy is fulfilled. I so need to blog more.
At yesterday's N97 launch my colleague Ross Catanzariti (Good Gear Guide journalist) and I cornered Nokia Australia and New Zealand general manager Emile Baak to ask about operating systems, you know, the important questions.
Core KDE developer Aaron Seigo posted a much-anticipated screencast of the upcoming 4.3 release.
Another generation iPhone has hit the streets and hordes of Apple fans flooded the midnight streets to be the first to get their hands on the revolutionary handset.
A few unsubstantiated rumours have surfaced about Oracle killing off further development of products from Vitual Iron, a virtualisation company it acquired last month.
This week's release of iPhone OS 3.0 marked another nail in the coffin of the proprietary mobile handset. Albeit the iPhone may be proprietary to Apple, its software design, application installation and software update processes is indeed more open and hence revolutionary.
TechWorld Australia now has a mobile Web site allowing you to access IT news on the go.
Reading Mike Elgan's opinions as to Why Dell should buy Palm I can't help but think of the possibilities.
Back in April I blogged about how far , have come to offering an integrated “user friendly” desktop experience on par with what people expect from Windows and Mac OS X.