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The Open Graphics Project is taking pre-orders for its first graphics card, with complete and fully open documentation and open-source drivers
Time for SOA vendors to offer solutions SaaS-style
Samsung Electronics has launched a 256GB solid-state drive at an electronics show in Taiwan, claiming the drive is the largest SSD available with a Sata II interface
But why do analysts think mobile giant is a "surfer"?
This story from Don Dodge is almost guaranteed to get the bubblehead bar-room investment experts speculating about whether we are in an investment bubble and whether it is in what Don describes as stage two where:Stage Two is more dangerous. Many people agree that we are in a bubble, but it will last another year or two, and there is still money to be made.
The new BlackBerry Enterprise Service (BES) release goes all-in on mobile device management. But does it have what it takes to succeed in a crowded MDM market?
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We're looking forward to a second iteration of this clamshell-format Windows Mobile 6.0 smartphone with a bigger inner screen and support for document editing.
Eric Schmidt has an interview that was posted today in which he declares that the next big wave in advertising is the mobile internet:Second: The most obvious large space of advertising is the mobile internet. Every German has a mobile phone.
Will users finally get the chance to assemble their own applications? There's nothing really new to this promise, promulgated by vendors, consultants, and pundits.
The company has developed Etch as an alternative to the Soap standard — and made it open source
'Kosso,' a British programmer with many years moblogging experience has quietly launched Phreadz, a threaded multi-media service that combines the ability to post video, images, text, audio and links, hence the VITAL moniker.Today Phreadz is in closed, invite only alpha with a small number of users testing the system.
I have to start this by saying I have no idea how any of this information compares to mobile data availability and speed anywhere else in the world. My intention here is just to relate what is happening in Switzerland, and hope that it might be indicative of other places.
I have a full platinum pass to give away, with a runner up prize of a free expo hall pass, for the upcoming Enterprise 2.0 conference in Boston.
South Africa's national standards body becomes the first to formally protest the ISO ratification of Microsoft's OOXML document format — a move that should delay the process
Updated: The Mozilla Firefox 3 team decided Tuesday to make available a Release Candidate 2 that resolves some of the remaining showstopper bugs but they say it won't impact the ship date by much.During the team's weekly conference call today, Mozilla lead developer and phenomenologist Mike Beltzner said the RC2 code will freeze on Wednesday, May 28th, be sent out to build on May 29th and likely made available during the first week of June.
I’ve just managed to kick a bad case of cyber dependency and survive for three days in a log cabin in Perry County, Pennsylvania where the most technologically advanced piece of equipment to hand was a 1.5 million candlepower torch.
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