Yay new forms of spam, how do you like your splog?
Heh I'll believe it when I see it (or hear), eBay's chief forsees free
voice calls for everyone. OpenOffice
Nearly 50 million copies of OpenOffice have been downloaded, but only recently
has the software become a more serious threat to long-dominant Microsoft Office.
Version 2.0 brings some significant new features, and Google has pledged to
help distribute OpenOffice through a high-profile pact with Sun. But perhaps
more significant, OpenOffice.org uses the standardized OpenDocument format that
stands in stark contrast to Microsoft's proprietary formats.
NATO tests RFID
to prevent friendly fire. This sucks for this dude, Nortel's incoming CEO is
by Motorola. FireFox has 100
million downloads under its belt.
Mozilla has seen steady adoption of its browser since its release last November.
After a somewhat higher download rate immediately following its release, the
browser has settled into between 200,000 and 300,000 downloads a day, said Asa
Dotzler, the Mozilla liaison to the SpreadFirefox community.