Looks like Linux is just too good to be left out by the big players anymore. The world’s largest PC maker is all set to sell desktops powered by Linux, targeting educational institutions and small offices. The company was previously offering FreeDOS as an alternative to Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista).
Finally, Google has launched the GMail gadget for Google desktop for Windows, after countless requests from the users. Although the gadget is not full featured like the original GMail, it does have the basics such as reading, searching, and sending messages, something most everyday users would be happy with.
The internet king Google seemed to be invincible a few days back. It seems it is no longer that. Google had already cut off on the highly publicized employee friendly food programs, by getting rid of dinner for employees and removing the “evening tea trolley”. Now it gets worse.
Its no longer safe to use your Apple, atleast not like it used to be. Apple fanboys I really hate to say this, but welcome to the world of computer virus ! Apple says the following in a technical note: “Apple encourages the widespread use of multiple antivirus utilities so that virus programmers have more than one application to circumvent, thus making the whole virus writing process more difficult.”
BMW, makers of “The Ultimate Driving Machine”, will soon have Microsoft Surface setup for their product configuration. This officially makes BMW the world’s first company to actually implement Microsoft Surface technology in a wide scale. It will allow customers to configure their cars and see the results immediately in real-time.