Latest 'The Group' podcast delves into Google Android, Yahoo's China syndrome, and Facebook gestures (again)
Steve's guests this week include, your's truly, Jason Calacanis, Sam Whitmore, Mike Arrington, Dan Farber, Mike Vizard, Robert Anderson and New York Times Bits columnist Saul Hansell.
Google has until Dec. 3 to reveal some of its wireless cards.
The Department of Defence announced that upgrades to its financial management system are underway with the Resource and Output Management and Accounting Network going live on Wednesday.
Shreeve has launched a blog, CrossoverHealth, where he is free to sound off on open source in medicine, and where he has taken that freedom a step further, becoming a reporter with access to newsmakers in the field.
The Australian Computer Society (ACS) has called on the government to broaden the Universal Service Obligation (USO) provisions to include mobile and broadband.
Of IBM's various mashup building tools, Exeed Technologies Jacob Ukelson who attended Mashup Camp Dublin and blogged about it (one of his most trafficked blogs according to him) wrote:....it is like the mashups are the lightweight cousin of ETL - for display rather than bulk load purposes.
Rackable Systems had their Ice Cube modular data center on display at the supercomputing conference this week. I didn't get to see it at IDF when it was parked outside so I grabbed a few photos and inspected the data center as it was parked in the corner of the convention center.
A recent report suggests that the £200 million that London has spent to deploy more than 10,000 (not a typo) surveillance cameras has been largely wasted, at least from a crime-fighting perspective. Boroughs with many cameras typically don't solve more crimes than boroughs with few.
Labor's education spokesperson Stephen Smith has hit back at federal Education Minister Julie Bishop's claims that a Labor government will be unable to deliver its promise of a digital education revolution.
When 26-year-old John Kenneth Schiefer decided to string together some computers to retrieve information off a network, he probably didn't think he could end up heading for an early retirement--in a prison cell.Then again, his act involved a botnet comprising 250,000 PCs, and Schiefer had used the information to siphon money from users of online payment service PayPal.
I had the chance to speak with Charlie Watt, CTO and founder of Racemi, and his colleague Brian Hoffman, VP of Product Management and Service, today. We discovered that we have some common history and similar views on the real scope of virtualization technology and the impact it can have on an organization's strategic planning and operational strategy.
Tune in to see Communications Minister Helen Coonan take on Labor communications spokesperson Stephen Conroy in a red hot debate at Sky News and ZDNet Australia.
The question on the lips of most CIOs is no longer whether to send work offshore. It's a question of how much to send.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Apple admits to ‘misleading’ Leopard firewall settings. Techmeme.
Company says licensing is weak spot in Oracle's armory, and it hopes to use it to woo database customers to SQL Server 2008.
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