This week Dell’s income stream come under the spotlight; it turns out Intel’s yet-to-be-released super interface is obsolete already; Ofcom is under the kosh again; we talk about Dell again as Ubuntu disappears from its website; Apple releases a 12-core workstation; and we look at a contentious smartphone in Hot Hardware of the Week.
This week we get pithy with a marvellous five-second guide to Ubuntu vs Windows; we look at how Google’s incredible expansion this year; take a disgracefully easy pot-shot at the Treasury’s website debacle; assess whether you can live off the spoils of being a Mozilla-bug bounty hunter; take a peek at the latest security trend; and have probably the most polarized argument yet in Hot Hardware of the Week, courtesy of an extremely clever pen.
This week we kick off with an in-depth discussion of the latest Westminster debates around file sharing; look at the big news about Windows 7; give our opinion of the Government website that asks for opinions; have a brief look at the latest Google Labs project aimed at making programming easy for everyone; and dribble over the latest Sony camera in Hot Hardware of the Week.
On this week’s show we discuss the arrival of Firefox 4, another threat to the humble HDMI cable, what’s happening inside Intel’s research labs and the Dell Streak is nominated for Hot Hardware of the Week. But is it a winning Streak?