Jun 29th 2006 2:58PM I would love to have one of these but, to be honest, I think I'm too old. I switched my Toshiba e800 into true VGA mode just to confirm my suspicions and after a few minutes of using it (that's 640x480 on a 4 inch screen) my eyes cried 'enough!' I can't image what 1024 x 600 is like on a 4.5 inch screen. Unfortunately there's no way I'll ever get to see one in the flesh, so maybe the Microsoft UMPC is the way to go.
Jun 24th 2006 6:30PM Agree to MoneyGuy. The situation for the modern e-companies demands their constant growth, otherwise they will be eaten by competitors. Ebay is not an exception.
Jun 24th 2006 6:22PM And I have the same blanket as in the 2nd picture :=P
Btw I didn't know Wii is so small, that's incredible
Apr 27th 2006 5:11PM I totally agree to Mikky. The software is too raw. Y! has to improve it first.
Apr 27th 2006 5:00PM Interesting article, but the solution is too simple to be used in the real world of software development.
Apr 26th 2006 6:26PM The thing I like about this version is the fact that iTunes will now launch and start playing when play controls are activated while iTunes is not running.
Apr 26th 2006 6:20PM I think Google did a great job with its Calendar.
Easy to use, yet with enough possibilities to replace Outlook
The only drawback I found: Itís only online ;)
Apr 25th 2006 4:42PM Yep, good news. I always thought that information should be processed before publishing. Only aggregating another sources isn't enough, that's useless.
Apr 24th 2006 3:26PM This girl is very nice example of how company's symbol could evolve during the century to remain attractive for people.