The carrier will focus its efforts on China and India, which it says are its fastest-growing countries, as well as operations in developed bases in Asia.
Microsoft has named Sheila Gulati, General Manager of the company's Developer and Platform Evangelism unit, as the new head of the company's application-platform business.
US-based businesses accounted for 33.5% of total patents filed internationally in 2007, World Intellectual Property Organization said. US companies filed 156,100 international patent applications. The total number of patents filed worldwide was up by 4.7% over 2006.
The number of Internet TV subscribers more than doubled in 2007 to 12.3 mln worldwide. Western Europe, led by France, accounted for 57% of global IPTV subscribers, Informa Telecoms & Media said. China now has about 1 mln IPTV subscribers and Hong Kong already had 1 mln in September 2007, making it the world’s most [...]
22% of Americans read blogs regularly, meaning several times a month or more, according to Harris Interactive. 19% of people ages 18 to 31, and 17% of those ages 32 to 43, regularly read a political blog. The generation most likely to read such blogs are those age 63 or older, 26% of whom said [...]
Event triggers are a handy and free way to alert IT staff of potential Windows server problems. There’s a saying in IT that your users should be the last ones to notice when a critical system or...
Microsoft on Tuesday delivered several patches to fix critical vulnerabilities in Office including a well-publicized Excel flaw.In the first bulletin (MS08-014), Microsoft addressed "several privately reported and publicly reported vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office Excel that could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Excel file.
Open Country, once a rising star in the open source management software market, closed doors in 2007. But its former CEO, Laurent Gharda, isn't giving up on its software.
National Computing Centre research claims 58 percent of UK companies will increase their IT spending above the rate of inflation in 2008
After a dismal 2007, AMD is trying to regain its footing. The company made several technology announcements at a computer tradeshow last week--including progress on 45nm processors. But it remains to be seen whether AMD can deliver on all of this, and be more competitive in 2008.
NTA Monitor has warned businesses they must configure BlackBerry devices correctly and employ firewalls to safeguard network security
When Mac owners move into Windows virtualization, they should be responsible and that means running PC security. Making this task a one-click purchase, Symantec this week released a Norton AntiVirus package for both Mac and Windows platforms.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's prostitute scandal is all the big news here in New York, but the lesser known tale is how an information system--the U.S.
As enterprise adoption of cloud solutions soars, IT leaders must recognize where vulnerabilities still exist, what improvements to push for, and how to reap the most value from available technologies.
The head of the ID cards project says revisions to the ID cards scheme will cut costs and show the government is listening
Reuters subsidiary ClearForest has attracted attention recently with their open API, Calais. I talked with ClearForest CEO Barak Pridor to learn more...
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