I've written quite a bit about Intel's upcoming Core i5 "Lynnfield" processors which are cut-down versions of the Core i7 silicon powerhouse. Core i5 has been in the pipeline for a while now, and has even been delayed, but now that ASUS has bought out a Core i5-compatible motherboard, processors can't be far behind.
Singapore telecoms provider's Web app platform hopes to pull in more independent software vendors, targeting offerings at small to midsize businesses.
Citrix and Fujitsu recently announced that they were taking their long-standing relationship to another level. Fujitisu has signed an OEM agreement with Citrix and will incorporate Citrix technology at a deeper level than ever before.
The technology earnings season kicks off in earnest Tuesday when Intel reports its second quarter results, but the outlook for the sector may sound like a broken record: Visibility is low and IT budgets fluctuate with everything from CEO mood swings to the stock market.A handful of companies---Dell, Infosys, Red Hat, Oracle, and Lawson---have already riffed on technology budgets amid a volatile economic picture.
Communications Minister Stephen Conroy is releasing his vaunted Future Directions for the Digital Economy paper tonight at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney.
This policy outlines requirements for BYOD usage and establishes the steps that both users and the IT department should follow to initialize, support, and remove devices from company access. These requirements...
TechRepublic's mock election for "President of the Internet" has concluded and the winner with over 40% of the vote is veteran technology commentator Leo Laporte. See the full election results.
Unbeknownst to many users, Firefox has a whole host of application settings (called preferences) that aren’t found under the regular Options or Preferences interface. These preferences, both hidden and not, are stored in a prefs.
Earlier this month, Symantec's product manager David Hall dismissed free security software as equal alternative to the paid versions, and also described Microsoft's free "Microsoft Security Essentials" as "a stripped down version of the OneCare product Microsoft pulled from retail shelves".
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NSW Health chief information officer Mike Rillstone has been appointed the chief executive of the department's shared services area, Health Support Services, while a formal recruitment process is undertaken to fill the position.
Apple got the ire of its users when it released the original iPhone with a fixed, non-removable battery. The mainstream media and blogosphere (myself included) barbecued Apple for the omission as everything from flat out stupid to a fatal blow to the success of the device.
IBM and UNIVAC were the key system integrators for the Apollo program. IBM provided broad computer support on a number of fronts including guidance systems on the Saturn V vehicle itself, whereas UNIVAC's computers were critical to the Deep Space Tracking Network (DSTN) required for upstream and downstream telemetry to and from the spacecraft.Read more about IBM and UNIVAC in the Apollo program in Tech Broiler.
Another big acquisition is in the works, and a vendor is putting big money into the increasingly overlapping SOA-business process management (BPM) space. Software AG just announced that it has signed a contract with Drs.
Here's one way around having to offer a networked TV to consumers. From July 16 to August 10, Mitsubishi is giving away a Vudu Box, a device that downloads and plays moviesincluding 1080p titles—with the purchase of most new Mitsubishi HDTV models.
Nasa hacker Gary McKinnon's application for a second judicial review will happen on Tuesday.The review, at the Royal Courts of Justice, is to apply for a decision as to whether McKinnon could be prosecuted in the UK.
The WWII code-breakers are to be given a badge for their innovative cryptographic work, which until recently was still being used by UK intelligence services