Tag Archives: Microsoft

Earthquake proof your code!

So, my first PR mentor taught me to start replies with the word ‘So’. This gives you valuable micro-seconds to compile a sophisticated and accurate reply to the daisy-cutter question just lobbed at you by the archetypal British reporter. Typically … Read more >

Eco-Technology Great Debates: Webcast Now Available

The recorded version of the first Intel Eco-Technology debate can be viewed below. Please note that some corporate firewalls may block replay of this content. AC vs. DC Power: Note – please skip over the first five minutes of this … Read more >

Eco-Technology Great Debates: Attend or Follow Live Online This Wednesday June 11

Join an impressive line-up of panelists and speakers from IDC, Microsoft, Sun, IBM, InfoWorld, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Intel and many more in discussing advances and challenges of energy-efficient computing. If you are unable to join this event, please post … Read more >

The Skulltrail leads to gaming bliss

At last the long awaited ultimate hardware for the ultimate performance junkie has been launched at the Games Developer Conference today. I have written blogs about Skulltrail before, and here for you is another peak at the beast bellowing in … Read more >

Call Me, Not My Number

Yesterday I talked about convergence from a multiple application point of view. What about the user experience across the multiple devices I use? I saw this cool converged demo at the Nortel booth showing a laptop, a desk phone and … Read more >