Microsoft is bringing Windows XP Starter Edition to India, where it will offer the stripped down operating system in English for the first time. The low-cost version of XP drops home networking and limits the number of programs that can be opened simultaneously.
There has been quite a bit of press about this already, as alot of people don't seem to think that SP3 (which could well be the final WindowsXP service pack although I imagine it will be supported well into Vista's life) I of course believe they will be wrong. Both Service Pack 1 and 2 were huge and added alot more to WindowsXP.
Apple has finally come to save the day following years of requests from users to offer a multi-button mouse for the Macintosh. The Mighty Mouse, which looks very much like its one button counterpart, offers four buttons along with a ball that allows the user to scroll in just about any direction.
Microsoft is rushing to patch a critical flaw in the Windows Remote Desktop Service, which affects fully updated Windows XP machines. The problem could be exploited by an attacker to cause a denial of service attack that crashes the PC with a Windows "blue screen of death."