Google wants to speed up the web by ditching HTTP for SPDY

On the Chromium blog, Mike Belshe and Roberto Peon write about an early-stage research project called SPDY (“speedy”). Unhappy with the performance of the venerable hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP), researchers at Google think they can do better.

Microsoft Data Recovery For Sidekick T-mobile Users

Story so far: Users of T-Mobile’s Sidekick have been suffering through a major outage over the past several days that left many without access to the Web or their address books. Read more at CNET. Next turn of events: T-Mobile and Danger (the Microsoft-owned subsidiary that makes the Sidekick) has just announced that they’ve likely… Continue Reading …

Microsoft Launches Blog In The Cloud

If you are interested in new technology as I am, then you might want to keep an eye on the new Blog that Microsoft launched in ‘the cloud’. The Dynamic Data Center Toolkit for Hosters (DDTK-H), is end-to-end prescriptive guidance for creating managed services and partner hosted Cloud offerings, using the virtualization infrastructure of Windows… Continue Reading …

What is the next BIG thing for Microsoft?

At Microsoft’s Financial Analyst Meeting (FAM) last week, company officials shared a few tidbits about Microsoft System Center. System Center encompasses a variety of system-management tools that Microsoft sells to IT professionals who want to manage their Windows — and Linux/Unix — clients, servers, hypervisors and more. System Center is one of a handful of… Continue Reading …

Windows 7 Ultimate Cracked and Activated 3 Months Before Release

Windows 7 Ultimate has been cracked, and can be permanently activated with OEM style instant offline activation which will pass Windows Genuine Advantage WGA validation, before even any Windows 7 is officially released according to Windows 7 release schedule (October 22nd 2009). All hell breaks loose when a Windows 7 Ultimate OEM DVD ISO from… Continue Reading …