And it's better than money, say employees
Tim Bray, Sun's grand poo-bah of Web technologies says: It’s guys like [Pavel Buzek] who are going to cost Berlind the price of a nice dinner. At issue here (and the subject of a dinner bet, perhaps in a rail car) is whether or not '06 will be the year that NetBeans will score a come from-behind knockout of Eclipse.
Security patch is designed for the latest versions of MySQL's open-source database software.
SOA falls from grace. Now it's time for the real work to get done.
£5m for voice, video and data
Developing countries can improve lives of their citizens with fast networks and better access to PCs, he says. Photo: Michael Dell at WCIT
UPS brings computers to Polish villages, Polish children to Chicago.
Zoe Lofgren, representative for California's 16th district, thinks net neutrality rules are essential to the health of a free Internet. I beg to differ.
A Senate bill would require journal articles with federally funded research to be posted online.
Research In Motion is letting new users of its handhelds test-drive its Enterprise Server product
Sanford Wallace (nicknamed Spamford for his history of spamming) and his company Smartbot.net have been ordered to shut down operations and give up $4,089,500 of their ill-gotten gains.
The battle for the soul of 802.11n is getting fiercer -- and we're all in the firing line
I came across a curious quote from Google CEO Eric Schmidt that suggests Google is running out of server room and that this is a "crisis". Here's the quote, from the International Herald Tribune:"Google continued to make substantial capital investments, mainly in computer servers, networking equipment and its data centers.
The DTI wants to promote mobile and home working, and it's got the seal of approval from telcos and unions
What grade did you state get? Odds are a C. Study fnds little progress in student-computer ratios, other measures, since 2002.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer today addresssed how his company plans to spend money to compete with Web giants Google, Yahoo and AOL in the coming fiscal year (starting July 1). MSN: $1.
It seems as though Google's heralded WiFi network it is building in its hometown of Mountain View, Calif. (shown, appropriately enough, via a grab I took from Google Earth) is encountering some snags.
A snip at £51,002