Attendees at this year's IBM Rational Software Development Conference 2008 included around 3,500 software developers and one former Star Trek actor
A three-year contract will see Network Rail gain an IP voice and data network to replace its legacy fixed line and internet services
The European Commission is looking into ad-serving trials conducted by BT and Phorm in 2006, but says it is unlikely to take any action
Case study: How to invest in training without breaking the bank...
Here's a pop quiz to test your knowledge of the inner workings of SOA.How acquainted are you with the origins of SOAP and XML, or the essential commands of REST?
There is definitely not a lack of choice in new mobile phones this year with the Apple iPhone 3G, HTC Touch Diamond, Samsung OMNIA, Nokia E71, BlackBerry Bold, and more being announced/leaked and shown all over the internet. It was last September when HP announced new Windows Mobile devices and thanks to a post at jkOnTheRun I found out that HP's new HP iPAQ 900 Series Business Messenger announcement made yesterday.
Multi-sourcing taking over
update The vendor delivers managed services through the cloud, a model it says can help customers gain substantial cost savings.
The best ways to enhance performance and productivity with Windows are usually fairly simple. They don’t require registry edits or custom code; instead, they involve learning how the basic building blocks of Windows work, and then rearranging those components to cut steps out of the tasks you perform most often. Vista changed some of those building blocks, and many people are struggling because they’re trying to use the new tools with the old techniques. In that spirit, I’ve put together this list of my 10 favorite tweaks to Windows Vista. In Part 1 of a two-part series, I explain how to make the list of installed programs easier to work with and how to tweak the taskbar, the Start menu, the Quick Launch toolbar, and Windows Explorer. I also cover the most important time-saving technique for any user of any computer: how to create an easy, automatic backup routine that works.
Intel CTO Justin Rattner and his merry band of researchers played show and tell with projects from the chipmaker's lab focused on visual computing and how to leverage multiple cores.Rattner outlined Intel's research projects Wednesday--roughly 70 of them--and noted that these experiments will turn into products in the next 5 years or so.
This is one of the most frightening things I've learned in a long time. Over in the US, a bill has passed the House of Representatives and is heading to Congress – with a huge amount of support.
With Fathers’ Day around the corner – and this being the first time I get to actually receive a gift in addition to giving one – here are five items that I think should be on every dad’s short list. (If I didn’t already own several of these, theywould all be on mine.
LogicielMac has a screenshot that could spell the end of the line for PowerPC users.
Technology and users are ready, but lack of standards and cooperation amongst enterprises hinders commercial deployment of mobile payment, says Motorola.
Police Lantern shines on time-saving checks
Patch Tuesday's release included a critical fix affecting all Windows Vista and XP systems, which could allow attackers to wirelessly steal confidential information from laptops by exploiting a flaw in the Bluetooth stack