I'll be honest with you, I find most of Apple's ads to be funny. However, I don't expect them to be truthful.
Most of us observers expected Microsoft to move to the cloud now, based on the success of Amazon Web Services and Google. But the apparent pace is to offer developers training wheels, little more. The pricing -- sort of important when the whole goal is about economics and productivity -- remains missing.
Google's settlement with authors could be good news for Viacom, the New York Times' Miguel Helft says.That's because the authors at least think Google has conceded that it needs prior permission in order to scan books.
As companies reconsider their tech needs, vendors plan to roll out products that will help enterprises generate more returns on their investments.
When vendors are just sitting down to create an interoperability road map, it's hard to see everyone singing from the same hymnal in just four years.
I took these pictues in the driveway of a home in Dulwich, South London, Britain. The car is called the Gee-Whiz i.
Managing data leaks from within the organization is the top security priority of businesses in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a new ZDNet Asia survey.
RankSearch EngineVolume1.www.google.com71.16%2.search.yahoo.com18.06%3.search.msn.com4.22%4.www.ask.com3.63%Source: Hitwise
ICANN has stayed the termination of Estonian registrar EstDomains, pending a review of the company's response. ICANN terminated the company after the president was convicted of fraud and money laundering.
With so many home PCs now infected with malware, high-street banks are preparing to increase password protection for online services
Although the number of companies implementing eco-friendly practices has grown, environmental issues still rank low on Asia's business agenda.
Technology is important, but how it is implemented in a business environment is the paramount concern of region's CIOs, ZDNet Asia survey finds.
A couple weeks ago Om Malik wrote an article in the NY Times titled, Why Windows Mobile is in Trouble, and most of the focus was on how the T-Mobile G1 and Google Android poses the biggest threat to Windows Mobile. The article gives an honest assessment of where Windows Mobile is at this time and concludes by stating that Windows Mobile is not a lost cause, but does need to take some actions to stay current and relevant in the mobile space. I agree with this bottom line, but also don't think Microsoft has too much to worry about with the first Google Android device (the G1). I have been using the G1 for two weeks now and while it is great to see a mainstream Linux mobile OS, I am also heavily using my Treo Pro to get things done and stay in touch on the go. I don't see a lot of people standing up and saying they prefer and like using Windows Mobile, but I know there are lots of people out there that do enjoy using this platform and I am one of them.
Yes, that acronym is pronounced "Awesome." Cheesy acronyms aside, the Open Source University Meetup is actually a great idea.
Such software and services enter the realm of top 10 priorities of CIOs in Asia, ZDNet Asia survey finds.
Microsoft has been hinting that even though it had no plans to make major changes to the Windows kernel, it did have a scheme up its sleeve to make Windows 7 and Windows 7 Server better suited to working on multicore/parallel systems. Now details are becoming clearer as to how Microsoft plans to do this.
Increasingly, companies in Asia are seeing benefits of adopting blogs, social networks and Wikis.
Tech leaders in Asia identify business management as key priority, ZDNet Asia survey finds. Analysts say credit crisis further drives transformation of CIO role.