Apple's always had a reputation as a tight-lipped company, but now it's under fire for being a bully as well. Today, the open-source VideoLAN Foundation claimed that Apple is actively trying to block its widely used multimedia playback program, VLC. Is it time for antitrust regulators to take a closer look?
CIO 1-1 Diane Bryant talks to ZDNet Asia about traveling thrice as much to meet with her peers globally, and plans around accommodating employee-owned devices.
2009, end of the first decade of the 21st century. Here are some interesting vote tabulations from polls I've taken. The polls listed have a minimum of 100 submissions.
I've spent a lot of time building a couple of websites for some friends.I'm trying to become reasonably proficient in yet another programming language.
Some users see integrated inboxes limited to enterprises, but businesses such as Google and Mozilla expect the humble e-mail inbox to evolve into these platforms.
Consider business goals before setting up presence on social networking site, experts advise firms, offering five tips for them to embark on Facebook endeavors.
Cybersecurity prevention efforts shouldn’t overshadow your ability to respond and recover in the event of an attack. This ebook offers advice from security experts on how to recover from a cyberattack...
Episode 121 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. On it we discuss the resurgence of Web apps, how Psystar is toast, Operation Chokehold, AT&T data caps, why Facebook sold you out and how smartphones will outsell notebooks (and netbooks) in 2010.
Novell released on December 17 Moonlight 2, its latest version of its Silverlight for Linux port. It also announced broader licensing terms for Moonlight, designed to protect from potential lawsuits customers who want to run Moonlight on multiple versions of Linux, not just on Novell's.
High school physics teacher Casey O'Hara traveled to the world's coldest continent to help researchers in pursuit of the secrets of the universe and gain inspiration to bring back to the classroom.
Got an iPhone? Do you use it? Do you want to pay more for that privilege? AT&T may move that way but it's not getting a lot of sympathy. See what the Chicago Tribune and The Standard have to say.
The £350m systems used by the Rural Payments Agency are too complex and 'soak up large amounts of money', according to the Public Accounts Committee
iFixIt tears down the Chumby One, a widget-based, touchcreen Internet appliance.
Minority Report: From the 1984 Mac demo to the first-ever iPod
I've had my share of tiffs with friends and coworkers, and I've shared a few TIFFs, too. And sometimes some JPEGs. It all depends, of course, on which file format each person requires: There is no one-format-fits-all file type.
I had the pleasure to recently sit down with Purohit to examine how CIOs are managing their IT budgets for 2010. During the economic recovery, the cost-containment conundrum of "do more for less" -- that is, while still supporting all of your business requirements -- is likely to remain the norm.
Now 787 test flights begin in earnest. See dramatic video of what that will entail and a nice shot I took of the first 747-8. And thoughts leaving Seattle.
The scheme is being rolled out to people living in Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire and Merseyside from January