A global gallery was not what the founders of Flickr intended at first. But talking to Dan Farber of ZDNet during the Syndicate conference in San Francisco on Dec. 14, Caterina Fake says, now, events like Hurricane Katrina lead to instant photo collections visible worldwide.
almost every System 360/370 ever sold was justified on clerical layoffs - but Unix was saved from death by management fiat because clerical works liked it
Gartner says corporate governance, compliance laws are leading to higher IT spending by companies.
Domestic firms control the software market, but economic growth, technological disruption, and globalization are creating opportunities for international firms in China.
Computing the value of IT is possible and not a technology issue, says IT governance experts.
Digital Lifestyle Outfitters claims Belkin's FM transmitter and charger violates a DLO-held patent.
Updates lower risk of "format string" vulnerabilities, which two weeks ago were found to be more serious than initially thought.
The global energy drinks market saw double-digit growth in 2004, up 17.8%.
During Thanksgiving week 2005, the top 10 albums sold 40% fewer copies than the top 10 albums the same week in 2004. Album sales so far 2005 are down 7.
In 2004, Asian location-based services market registered a total revenue of $353.0 mln and it is expected to reach $771.
The semiconductor packaging, assembly and test industry continues to undergo consolidation and divestitures of facilities among its players. Nearly 90% of all planned facilities will be located in Asia/Pacific; more than 60% of these will be in China, Gartner said.
Zawodny's partial feed strikes again: was chatting with some fellow Yahoos after Doc's closing keynote at the Syndicate Conference tonight when I learned something amusing. Apparently Jonathan Schwartz said that the Yahoo!
Social is becoming increasingly important to business. This ebook looks at how companies can use social networking tools and media platforms effectively -- from collaboration to customer...
Australian companies are not only lagging behind the United States and Asia when deploying Linux and open source software (OSS), they are also reluctant to contribute developer time back into the OSS community, according to a report by analyst group Forrester. Open source applications differ from their proprietary cousins because the underlying source code used to create an OSS application is freely available.
commentary Is Australia drowning in spam? The federal government this week lauded the Spam Act 2003 as a "leading legislative model" in fighting unsolicited bulk electronic messaging and claimed "many professional spammers that had been based in Australia have either shut up shop or left the country".
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