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At the moment businesses pay a nominal admin fee to obtain a block of 255 addressses.. But as numbers dwindle, market forces, supply and demand could lead to users paying large feess for IP addresses.
I guess it is fair to say you have made computers easier to use - but lack of ease-of-use is my biggest issue with Microsoft software.
Oracle increase database fees
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The internet needs to move from IPv4 to IPv6 in order to fuel the predicted explosion of internet connected devices. Every man, woman, child and device will need to run IPv6
Vista seems too unwieldy and has many feature.
For enterprise IT, the software development kit on the iPhone 2.0 platform could be significant, because it will allow users to integrate the iPhone into corporate IT and run third-party applications.
Asus has developed a new generation of eeePC with technology it claims will improve battery life to 7.5 hours.