Datamonitor predicts that RFID technology will be a $6.1 bln industry by 2010, triple what it is today.
Windows commands 65-70% of the corporate server operating system market, while the Linux share stands at 15-20%. Currently, Linux server shipments represent the fastest-growing segment of the market, Yankee Group says.
Kodak shipped 1.25 mln digital cameras in Q2 2005, 51% more than in Q2 2004 and its market share rose to 23.
Consumer prices increased 0.5% in July 2005 after staying flat in June 2005, US Labor Department reported.
McKinsey asked 124 European ad executives regarding a possibility of moving some of the ad budgets into innovative channels, like SMS. 58% of ad executives would plan ad budgets for SMS and other new ad media, but 54% did not know what they'd cut to accommodate for new budgets.
Nielsen//NetRatings named Apollo Group, Vonage, United Online and LowerMyBills as top Internet advertisers in July 2005. Estimated spending reflects CPM-based advertising only, and excludes search-based advertising, paid fee services, performance-based campaigns, sponsorships, barters, partnership advertising, advertorials, promotions, email and direct response.
From "artificial neuron network" to "natural language processing" to "weak AI," this short word list will keep you on top of the AI terms you need to know. Technical jargon has been flying thick and fast...
Average revenue per user (ARPU) has fallen slightly for business broadband users during 2004, from $17 to $15.4 per month.
Peripheral maker releases four new keyboard-and-mouse packages; one lets you control your desktop from 60 feet away. Photos: Logitech's new bling
The U.S. electricity grid will be governed by new federal regulations to ward off future "cybersecurity incidents."
Network worms are shutting down computers running Windows 2000, security experts warned.
Recently merged security giant plans to acquire Sygate, as it continues on its expansion spree.
Third-quarter revenue exceeds analyst expectations as profits from storage systems and servers grow and overseas sales soar.
A wireless Internet provider in Idaho claims that it has beaten a record recently set at the Defcon Wifi Shootout Contest. Photos: A Wi-Fi challenge
Settlement follows licensing by Google, others in the lucrative keyword search ad market.
Larry Augustin presided over the spectacular boom and bust of computer maker VA Linux Systems. Now he's back, with software.
Group is meant to provide a forum for those working on explicit content. Some focuses will include marketing and education.
The release of the Athlon 4000+, for laptops with 15- to 17-inch screens, is intended to bolster AMD's fight against Intel's Centrino.
Hoping that listeners can best market their favorite songs, companies let anyone be an iTunes.