Microsoft set to detail second Windows Phone update at Mobile World Congress in February

Tom Warren 22 hours ago, 9 Comments Windows Phone 7 developer device Microsoft is planning to unveil and detail a second Windows Phone 7 update in February. The software giant has chosen the Mobile World Congress venue according to sources familiar with the plans. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is due to hold a keynote at the event and Microsoft’s press event will...

Oracle asks Apache to reconsider Java committee departure

Chris Kanaracus and Joab Jackson 10.12.2010 kl 14:43 | IDG News Service\Boston Bureau Oracle has asked the Apache Software Foundation to reconsider its decision to quit the Java SE/EE Executive Committee, and is also acknowledging the ASF’s importance to Java’s future. The ASF announced its departure from the committee on Wednesday in a blog post,...

Top Antivirus Software for Windows 7

Article by  Mark Muller (10,040 pts ) Edited & published by Brett (5,777 pts ) on Nov 8, 2010 Our quest for the best antivirus software included reviewing relevant products from every official Microsoft Windows 7 Consumer Security Software Provider according to http://www.microsoft.com/windows/antivirus-partners/windows-7.aspx . Those Windows 7 Consumer...

I need tips on how to write professional emails.

Larry Prevost of Dale Carnegie Training answers your questions about making a success in the sales field. First, there are the standard tips that we should all be aware of: Use appropriate capitalization and punctuation. This means standard capitalization rules apply. Don’t use all lower case letters for your email. Avoid crazy punctuation!!! And please...

12 Critical Technology Mistakes Small Businesses Make

By Brian Roach Have you ever had that ominous hunch that something bad is going to happen – and then it does? Unfortunately, this gut-wrenching feeling is far-too-familiar for small businesses facing the complexity of information technology. By its nature, IT is a confusing, expensive and forever-changing animal. Hardware and software sometimes become obsolete...