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If your company uses MS Office (and who doesn't?) you may soon be deploying a patched version of Office so that Microsoft can get around a patent infringement suit that they lost.
Commentary--Charles Cooper says the tech industry should move beyond its take-it or leave-it approach to trade and human rights.
Dr. James Hansen, NASA's chief climate scientist, has dire news on global warming and he's being pressured to shut up.
Partner also in the dark...
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Users are reporting yet another outage of Salesforce.com's application services, this time commencing at about 11.30am Eastern time today.
Row breaks out over plans to include RFID-style tags on the cards...
Salesforce.com's CEO Marc Benioff traveled to the World Economic Forum at Davos in Switzerland to spread the word about corporate philanthropy.
Growing up as a US Army brat, I learned from very early age the meaning of the word "temporary," hopping between two-to-three year residences in Germany, France, Virginia, Maryland, New York, and Pennsylvania. The Army even provided us "temporary quarters" to stay in until we moved into our more "permanent" quarters.
Five thousands new jobs, a new call centre and a possible new manufacturing plant show that Dell is serious about its Indian future
It may be the last step in the PBX evolution. A GNU-based Linux application that mimics all a regular PBX can do for 40-80% less.
EU considering regulation of Internet broadcasting, Google and others opposed, British minister steps into the fray.
Gates clashing wish Negroponte over best way to deliver cheap computing to developing world. Is it all about Linux?
Black and gray may dominate the choices for many machines, but options are growing for people bored with plain old PCs.
As the networking giant moves into the consumer market, it will likely make a lot more acquisitions.
Enterprise applications haven't innovated as much as their consumer counterparts. Employee expectations based on consumer tech experiences are going to change that.
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