Win Visio Standard 2007 for designs, wireframes, or idea dumps

  • June 30th, 2009

If I worked primarily on a PC, Microsoft Visio would be one of the most used apps in my dock Start Menu. I can’t speak from personal experience, but based on the features (and from what others have told me), Visio is a solid piece of software – especially if your daily tasks involve creating […]

Advert for new Windows Live Mobile cuts corners with iPhone

  • March 2nd, 2009

A co-worker forwarded the following email announcement regarding Windows Live Mobile – screenshot of email below (click for a larger preview). The advertising agency responsible for pushing the Windows Live Mobile newsletter features a handset which seems to be suffering from a bit of an identity crisis. Who am I, what am I? With Microsoft […]

Xbox 360 experience is a great improvement, Sony fumbles

  • November 20th, 2008

Microsoft deserves a pat on the back for pushing out an excellent update to the XBox experience last night. The svelte update was surprisingly quick – taking no more than a few minutes to complete. Watching the opening welcome screen reaffirmed my belief that Xbox team should really give more input concerning the OS side […]

ies4osx, Internet Explorer, Intel Macs need only apply

  • November 22nd, 2007

Individuals operating on Apple hardware powered by the Intel chipset are undoubtedly familiar with the versatility afforded by OS X and virtualization software from Parallels and VMware Fusion. These products offer the convenience of running full operating systems like Windows XP or Vista at near native performance. The benefit of opting for software like VMware […]