In past years, the release of a new Web browser was a big deal as various competitors fought for market share. However, in the past few years, the browser wars seem to have fallen into a kind of cold war, with market share among the players holding relatively steady. On March 14, 2011, Microsoft released… Continue reading IE9 is now available. What do you think about it?
This is hard to answer without knowing company’s current process. You cannot go agile alone. The whole process shall go agile. Process means a business with roles, different types of activities, corresponding work results and sometime some associated projects. There are many different ways for going agile. The main criteria that matter includes are: -… Continue reading Going Agile. What are the first steps to help with the “Transformation”?
Putting applications in the cloud offers the promise of reduced costs, flexibility, accessibility, not to mention the possibility to dramatically improve the way your IT works. But to reap all these benefits, you need to make the correct decisions when defining your cloud strategy - especially when it comes to your choice of development platform.… Continue reading 7 things to consider when choosing a cloud-ready platform
Nokia has recently joined with Microsoft to product Windows Phone 7 instead of popular Google's operating system Android. Nokia is all set to bring new Windows Phone 7 series phones in coming days. Bellow I have quoted some opinions of LI members who shared their ideas on the topic raised in the question. «I think… Continue reading People Say: What do you think about Nokia running Windows Phone 7?
The HP TouchPad has been announced recently. From what I’ve heard of the TouchPad so far it looks like it may be quite a worthy rival for the iPad – if its release isn’t too late. It looks especially interesting because it’s the first iPad rival that brings some fresh ideas in terms of operating… Continue reading Will HP’s TouchPad rival the iPad?