Nick White reports on the Windows Vista Team Blog that T-Mobile will provide free WiFi access at any of their hotspots to anyone running Microsoft’s new Vista operating system. The promotion actually started on Friday, January 26th and runs through April 30. So if you’re running Vista, now you can surf for free at Starbucks, […]
Archives for January 2007
Yes, it’s true. This is my first iPod, a 1GB second generation Shuffle my mom gave me for Christmas (thanks Mom!). Oh sure, I’ve been ripping CDs to MP3s since before the first iPod ever rolled off a factory line. I’ve just been listening to them either at my PC or in my car (my […]
Ever find yourself scratching your head and wondering where Jack’s been in the last 24 hours? You’re not alone. Bohan has created the Jack Tracker on Wayfarer — a website mashup of Google Maps, social networking and personal publishing. Wayfarer looks pretty interesting. I’ll have to dig a little further into it later.
Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off your goals. – Henry Ford
It’s a bit past midnight and I just got back from Vegas. I’m too tired to do a complete brain dump tonight, but I did want to pass on a few tips to anyone attending CES Tuesday-Thursday. Definitely take advantage of the CES Concierge tent. It’s located outside the central hall at the LVCC. In […]
The Sands Convention center opened two hours ahead of the main Las Vegas Convention Center, so I started there. I picked up some great info on some very interesting software and hardware products that could make it easier to save phone costs by integrating VoIP, mobile and POTS. Details to follow… I’m now at the […]
Gates presented Windows Home Server, a high capacity storage server that automatically backs up your PCs mobile devices and even your Xbox. Available the 2nd half of 2007, it also provides remote access, so you can get to your stuff no matter where in the world you are. I can see the techy-households Adopting something […]