OS/2 redo?OS/2 may be nearly gone, but the operating system is not forgotten. There are rumblings that some folks within IBM want the computing giant to revive the 20-year old client-server operating system
Windows Azure pricier than expectedDevelopers aren't finding the Microsoft Azure cloud environment as price effective as they'd hoped. Many are pleased with the features and functions, publicly available since February, but find that estimating bandwidth cost is tricky for big users and that overall fees are too steep for SMB clients. On a Microsoft-sponsored forum, the top request was to make running very small services on Windows Azure less expensive. The second most popular appeal was for a free developer version.
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