How can Amazon customers expect Saturday delivery when they can't even know which of USPS/FedEx/UPS will be handling their package?
iTunes is popular because of its unparalleled selection.
Apple's App Store is popular for the same reason.
This announcement says nothing about the applications that will be sold in the Java App Store. Therefore there's nothing to get excited about.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) today announced that PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3(TM)) to be launched in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Australasia on 23rd March 2007 would utilise a new hardware specification. [...] It also embodies a new combination of hardware and software emulation which will enable PS3 to be compatible with a broad range of original PlayStation® (PS) titles and a limited range of PlayStation®2 (PS2) titles.
Apparently Windows XP echos the SSID of Ad Hoc networks that it once was connected to, but no longer can find."I had seen these "Free Public WiFi" peer-to-peer networks around before, usually in airports, and had ignored them as malware honeypots; the truth is apparently a little less malicious but still pretty scary. It seems that our friends in Redmond have (since Jan 06) some strangeness in the wireless network management routines under XP;
What would happen if an astronaut came unglued in space and, say, destroyed the ship's oxygen system or tried to open the hatch and kill everyone aboard?
That was the question on some minds after the apparent breakdown of Lisa Nowak, arrested in Orlando this month on charges she tried to kidnap and kill a woman she regarded as her rival for another astronaut's affections.
We will have solar energy as soon as the utility companies solve one technical problem -- how to run a sunbeam through a meter.