Version 9.04 of Canonical's popular Linux distribution is now into the final testing phase before its April launch.
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Now is the time for dreaming new dreams, bigger dreams, and building them in our virtual garages. Those whose imaginations fly highest will go furthest on the next turn of the wheel. This is, in fact, our period of greatest opportunity, because we have time to dream big dreams and explore them.
I finally watched the new MS commercial "Laptop Hunters - Lauren" TV commercial, the tagline: "On a strict $1000 budget, Lauren hunts around town for a big screen laptop."While mostly true (the only only 17-inch Apple notebooks cost $2,000-$2,800) the ads don't take into consideration the Windows notebook's Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
Even Twitter CEO Evan Williams doesn't know, "We will make money, and I can't say exactly how because...we can't predict how the businesses we're in will work,"
There's a new generation of people, raised in the Internet era, who don't see the need for many of the technology tools that once seemed irreplaceable.
Licensing of commercial drones has been limited so far, but it won't be long before usage starts expanding. In them meantime, CXOs need to assess and plan for possible legal ramifications.
In Federal Court, Apple today fought the first of two separate and protracted legal battles, arguing for ownership over the trademark name "Mac Pro" and "MacPro". Next month it will again take on its former reseller, Buzzle Operations.
Author forecasts a "big conflict" in the office, sparked by the generation of 11- to 30-year-olds who are determined to reshape the workplace in their own image. Here's how to manage, or not manage them.
There's quite a ruckus over a "open cloud computing manifesto." The gist: The document is scheduled to be published Monday and is designed to lay out principles for cloud interoperability.
Apple's Australian division is currently fighting legal action on two fronts with one Federal Court trademark action and a separate case resuming next month against its former reseller, Buzzle Operations.
Google today confirmed it had cut 15 staff from its operations in Australia and New Zealand as part of a global pull-back.
For a few months now, it seemed as if enterprise technology spending was a month-to-month affair. Accenture confirmed that theory, noted that "some clients are still operating without approved annual budgets" and cut its outlook for the rest of the year.
Dec-08 RankNov-08 RankPropertyVisitors, 000N/AN/ATotal Audience74,90611Google Sites71,78222Microsoft Sites71,06733Yahoo! Sites41,03244MercadoLibre32,17455Terra Networks29,17866Wikimedia Foundation Sites22,76977UOL22,60888Facebook.com20,96399Batanga20,0931010WordPress18,1181111Organizacoes Globo17,0771212Grupo Brasil Telecom16,5681313HI5.COM15,9311416Hi-Media Group12,1651514Ask Network12,1101615AOL LLC11,8741719Fox Interactive Media11,2001820BuscaPé.com Inc.10,27019N/ANetShelter Technology Media10,2312021Adobe Sites9,7392122RapidShare AG9,5872218Orange Sites8,7692323Grupo Carso8,7192426Apple Inc.8,3882525Spil Games8,323Source: comScore
PropertyAudience, 000Videosper ViewerTotal Internet149,58795.7Google Sites100,09259.0Fox Interactive Media56,8957.8Yahoo! Sites42,7617.7AOL LLC31,5226.3Microsoft Sites29,5348.4Viacom Digital27,37010.6Hulu.com24,5729.8Turner Network20,4999.0Time Warner - Excl. AOL17,2942.8CBS Corporation14,8403.7Source: comScore
Red Hat chief Jim Whitehurst says companies don’t see a depression on the horizon. However, Red Hat does have to spend more on sales and marketing to get more customers.
It was a long time coming, but the Tata Nano finally saw daylight this week when the US$2,230 car was officially launched.Dubbed "the people's car", the 624cc-engine vehicle is the brainchild of Tata Group Chairman Ratan Tata, who aspired to build an automobile costing 100,000 rupees (roughly US$2,000), making it affordable to more Indian middle-class.
Although I find conversations with representatives of technology suppliers to be useful and interesting. Having an opportunity to communicate with people actually putting the technology to use is even better.
newsmaker Fundamental breakthroughs are needed to offer the ultimate reach and richness to users, says HP's vice president and CTO of personal systems.