HoMedics Announces Compatibility With Microsoft HealthVault

 

Commerce Township-based HoMedics Monday announced that its Thera-P Blood Pressure Monitor line is compatible with Microsoft HealthVault, a free Web-based platform designed to put consumers in control of their health data.

WWJ Newsradio 950 – HoMedics Announces Compatibility With Microsoft HealthVault

Glad to see a Michigan company making high-tech stuff!! HealthVault seems like it is really good, I just do not want my medical info that public where someone might hack into it…

Microsoft: Windows 7 to Include Multitouch Features – News and Analysis by PC Magazine

There is a video at the bottom that will show you how wonderful this is and how bad I would like it!! 


05.27.08
by Lance Ulanoff




Microsoft is finally opening up about when Windows 7 will ship, but the company continues to share just a few, yet tantalizing details of what the eagerly anticipated OS update will be all about.


Microsoft: Windows 7 to Include Multitouch Features – News and Analysis by PC Magazine

BetaNews | Microsoft to end support for MSN Music DRM

Again, I have been bitten by DRM. I have stopped buying DRM, and now I have more songs I have to go re-download to replace the DRMed files and not pay for it as I already did.

Microsoft to end support for MSN Music DRM

By Jacqueline Emigh, BetaNews

April 23, 2008, 3:09 PM

As of August 31 of this year, Microsoft’s “Plays for Sure” technology — once codenamed Janus — will no longer play for sure — unless, that is, users play back the tunes on the same computers and OS forever.

In a move that’s come under concerted attack by users ranging from anti-DRM music bloggers to Linux fans, Microsoft has disclosed plans to stop providing authorization keys for songs downloaded from the old MSN Music service

BetaNews | Microsoft to end support for MSN Music DRM

BetaNews | Vista SP1 goes live on Automatic Updates, but gradually

 

Vista SP1 goes live on Automatic Updates, but gradually

By Scott M. Fulton, III, BetaNews

April 23, 2008, 6:06 PM

It’s apparently safe to try this now: Microsoft stated this afternoon it’s going forward with plans to deploy Windows Vista Service Pack 1 via Automatic Updates.

But today’s go-ahead won’t mean that users will wake up one morning and suddenly find themselves upgraded (or not), or even that SP1 will find itself deployed all in the same morning.

BetaNews | Vista SP1 goes live on Automatic Updates, but gradually

Microsoft Details Security Features in Internet Explorer 8 – Desktop Security – Dark Reading

 

Microsoft Details Security Features in Internet Explorer 8

IE8 Beta 1 will be available to consumers this summer

APRIL 8, 2008 | SAN FRANCISCO — RSA 2008 Conference — Microsoft will release the first beta version of Internet Explorer 8 to consumers this summer, with new security features that add more protection for both browser-based and server-based attacks, as well as social engineering exploits.

Craig Spiezle, director of security, safety, and industry for Windows product management at Microsoft, said here in an interview that IE8 Beta 1 builds on and expands some of the security features of IE7. Microsoft released the beta version of its upcoming browser to developers early last month. Spiezle wouldn’t say when Microsoft will roll out the final version of IE8.

Microsoft Details Security Features in Internet Explorer 8 – Desktop Security – Dark Reading

Best Buy Loses Laptop: Owner Sues… for $54 Million : Christopher Null : Yahoo! Tech

 

Best Buy Loses Laptop: Owner Sues… for $54 Million

Tue Feb 12, 2008 11:33PM EST

Don’t dismiss Raelyn Campbell as a crackpot. Not yet. Listen to her story, and then decide if she’s doing the right thing by asking Best Buy to compensate her to the tune of $54 million for a laptop that went missing when she took it in to Best Buy for repair under the store’s own extended warranty.

Best Buy Loses Laptop: Owner Sues… for $54 Million : Christopher Null : Yahoo! Tech

Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 per Share

 

Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 per Share

Transaction valued at approximately $44.6 billion in cash and stock; provides 62 percent premium to current trading price for Yahoo! shareholders; combined entity to create a more competitive company, providing superior value to shareholders, better choice and innovation for customers and partners

Microsoft Proposes Acquisition of Yahoo! for $31 per Share

Just another Microsoft MVPs site