According to Net Applications, in June Windows Vista accounted for 4.52% of all systems that browsed the Web, up from January's 0.18%. Vista has grown its usage share each month since its release to consumers Jan. 30, hitting 0.93% in February, 2.04% in March, 3.02% in April and 3.74% in May. Apple Inc.'s Mac OS X, meanwhile, accounted for 6.22% in January and hit its high point of 6.46% in May, but it slipped back to 6% in June.
Does it mean that Mac users are surfing less and less, yet Apple is selling more macs? [@147]
Although there were only two days left to Q2 when Apple began selling the iPhone, that appeared to be enough to help boost profits and revenues...With the June 29 launch of the iPhone, AT&T activated 146,000 iPhone subscribers, more than 40 percent of them new to AT&T.
146K activations is a far cry from 500K. Did a lot of people buy iPhones and not (or could not) activate them? [@685]
A Shreveport attorney who has challenged the government for years on the legality of filing federal income taxes has been acquitted on charges he failed to file returns.
It'll probably be overturned in appeal, even though he's most likely right. [@670]
Comedian Drew Carey confirmed to David Letterman today that he is indeed going to take over for Bob Barker as host of "The Price Is Right."
I still won't watch.