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Tax bill is still less than the IRS had asked for. But the security company's not off the hook yet.
Proposed rules would potentially subject more categories of goods to restrictions but are designed to streamline.
Recorded an Attention Deficit Theatre today, and with just a few minutes to go, Doc and I noticed that what had actually occurred was a Gillmor Gang. So I'll mix this one and skip over last week's show with Hugh MacLeod to run this one this weekend.
University of California, University of Toronto join British Library in helping search up-and-comer stack its digital library shelves.
Microsoft is finally abandoning its Windows-first strategy and becoming a cross-platform software and services company. During a live analyst call, Mary Jo Foley will examine how this monumental shift...
from TechProResearch »
Hear from folks attending the Sex in Videogames conference--a meeting of game developers and marketers who aim to create adult entertainment for the next generation. Also check out some game play from the upcoming "Virtual Hottie 2," a game that simulates--well, you know.
Tax authority in Lower Saxony is jumping from Solaris to Suse Linux and the KDE desktop.
A Forbes article posted today seems to confirm the article I wrote about Google Checkout last month. The article reports that "GBuy" (a PayPal-like service) will be hitting the net on June 28th.
Monday 5/6/2006 VMWare is at it again, launching a bunch of toolsto manage and distribute virtual machines across a network.
Tuesday 6/6/2006Intel continues to have baffling ideas. It is, as mentioned on Monday,an x86 world, with the amount of non-x86 processing – on the desktop,at least – rapidly approaching zero.
Wednesday 7/6/2006Reports are filtering back from Dell's bash yesterday in Monte Carlowhere Colin Barker, our man in the Saville Row suit and the goldRolls-Royce, has been dutifully taking notes.The bash was ostensibly to talk about Dell's plans for enterpriseservers, but there was much more fun to be had off-piste, so to speak.
Thursday 8/6/2006So, everyone's getting jiggy with the Slingbox. Big deal.
Bad news, good hackers, and compliance are driving encryption adoption. This briefing covers encryption technologies, trends, and elements of planning and strategy.
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Friday 9/6/2006And so it starts, this long hot purgatorial summer of sport. I regardfootball as I do most religions, a personal neurosis that spills overinto group psychosis, and fine as long as it's kept well away from me.
NYSE consults Wall Street dealers to see what impact short selling might have had on stock decline.
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