You may have heard around the Internet rumor mill that Google is
currently hosting a Chrome OS event where journalists and bloggers
alike were invited to preview the brand new operating system from
everyone's favorite search provider. Well, we're not there, but
Gizmodo is! We'll provide you with some key highlights from the event
as time progresses. Stay tuned! And check back at the end of the day
for all the relevant Apple/Google Chrome OS information.
Recession? What recession? In October, Apple posted its best quarterly sales figure ever with 3 million Macs out the door and 7.4 million iPhones. With December's quarterly projections aimed squarely at 2.85 million Macs, Apple's gearing up for the holidays.
What’s a sure-fire sign that your unannounced, does-it or
doesn’t-it exist, top-secret product is a hit before it even
materializes? When major publishers like Condé Nast are racing to
retool their biggest magazines in anticipation of it.
The new Apple Magic Mouse might be magical in some regards, but many
owners are bummed because the mouse can’t do some of the cool
Multi-Touch functions that the iPhone can. There's now a remedy for that.
OnLive caused rifts earlier this year with its plans to release “cloud
gaming” software, which would allow users and gamer aficionados to use
software to play video games, instead of piecing together
often-expensive hardware to run the latest gaming titles.
A new iPhone application called Allscripts Remote might just
save your life. The app interfaces with Allscripts server software providing
wireless access to real-time patient information, as well as communication with
emergency rooms, and the ability to wire prescriptions directly to pharmacies.
Valley reports that the Federal Communications Commission voted to adopt
rules designed to speed up the process of getting new nodes on wireless phone
networks. State and local governments now must rule on site applications from
wireless carriers within 90 days if it’s an addition to an existing site, or
150 days for new sites.
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