It's nice to see an example of correct use of "hacker" by the mainstream media, even if it's just by chance
Seriously, pulling a Godwin in a comment on frickin Duke Nukem?
Or he could punching an Arm in the Dick - much more effective if you ask me!
Intel however, has to date not yet managed to do this.
When I first read the headline, I thought "Why on earth would anyone want to run Open Firmware on a wireless chipset" - because you know, Open Firmware is actually something else entirely.
Syphtor writes "Recently found out that after 180 days if I don't use some of my Skype Credit (which I paid for), I lose it. They don't refund it, they keep the money. I've logged my complaints with Skype, and am hopeful of getting it back, but it does raise the question for these kind of 'buy credit' businesses. How long is reasonable for them to keep your credit open? 180 days? I think that's bad, obviously Skype disagrees."
TheCybernator writes "RIM offers BlackBerry without the BlackBerry The company plans an app suite that will turn its push e-mail technology into a platform for Windows Mobile 6 devices. ISVs discuss the enterprise options. Less than a week after a network outage crippled BlackBerry users across North America, Research In Motion announced an application pack for Windows Mobile 6 devices that Canadian software developers said will intensify the competition for push e-mail. The Waterloo, Ont.-based firm on Monday said the BlackBerry Application suite will appear as an icon on the screen of the Mobile Windows device and load BlackBerry applications such as e-mail, phone, calendar, address book, tasks, memos, browser, and instant messaging. RIM said users will easily be able toggle between the two platforms, one of which would have a BlackBerry-style interface. The devices will connect via the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) used by corporate clients or the BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS). Pricing and final shipment dates were not given. RIM did not return requests for interviews at press time."