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Date: 2007-07-02
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Digital Media Online Announces Forum Rewards Program!
New program rewards users with free downloads
Digital Media Online (DMO, today announced the launch of their Forum Rewards program. This new program is designed to give back something to all the users who have helped make DMNForums a successful community where professionals can help other users in a free and easy community environment.

Five things to hate and love about Apple’s iPhone
So you want an iPhone?
Unless you have been living under a rock, you cannot have failed to notice the multi-million dollar marketing blitz Apple and AT&T are conducting about the iPhone. If you read the reports and the blogs on the Internet it is hard to know if people love the iPhone or if they hate. With that in mind, we have put together a list of the five things to hate about the iPhone and five things to love.

An iPhone buyer`s guide: Look before leaping onto Apple`s cell phone bandwagon
The most eagerly awaited cell phone ever is upon us Friday. Should you resist the iPhone's breathless hype, or take the plunge?

Beyond the foundation of Microsoft Office 2007
The new Office 2007 is looking to be a better communicator
There has been a lot of hype and talk about the core tool in the Microsoft suite. Let’s all just assume that Word is still great, PowerPoint is your ally in the conference room, Excel still manages your numbers and Outlook’s email and calendaring perform just great. They are all good, individual tools forming a solid foundation.

Sun Increases its Move into Virtualization
If you work in a data center then you cannot avoid the buzz around virtualization. Simply put, virtualization is a technology whereby you can take a traditional hardware server and place multiple operating systems that run concurrently using the same hardware. The immediate savings for this hardware setup reflect in room cooling and power usage dropping. The virtualization market is now starting to get crowded with companies such as Microsoft, VMware and Parallels.


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