To mark the 80th anniversary of the People's Liberation Army, China is offering photos of weapons and military figures, as well as war flicks.
It has been less than 24 hours since I published ZDNet's first Technology Shakedown (regarding McAfee's antivirus software running amok on Vista's tray) and I was already itching to do another. So this time, I picked on a small problem that's driving me nuts in Windows Vista that has to do with a warning about startup program being blocked.
Telecoms companies must now retain critical details on telephone conversations as an EU-based directive is signed into UK law
The security vendor has launched an online service, joining companies such as McAfee, Symantec, Google and Microsoft that are all moving in this direction
We talked about Palm Desktop support for Vista in MobileTechRoundup show #106 and I just received an email from DataViz announcing that Documents to Go 10.001 now supports the beta Palm Desktop for Vista. Documents to Go is an essential application for Treo and Palm device users who need to take and access their Office documents on the go so this was great news that comes closely on the heels of the Palm Desktop for Vista beta release. Documents to Go 10 also supports the Office 2007 file formats, as I mentioned back in April.
The UK company that once had a 25 percent share of the European IT market now finds itself part of Rupert Murdoch's empire
From one of Xerox's PR folks Bill McKee came this note of interest regarding the something Xerox has done to help save the planet:Xerox announced today that its researchers have developed the ultimate “green” paper – a high-yield paper that saves trees and cuts costs for the customer.
Apple may be cutting production plans for the iPhone and/or prices. Connecting a few dots on various Apple items today TheStreet.
Information Week's Paul McDougall reports that NASA's Outsourcing Desktop Initiative for NASA (ODIN) has determined that:The iPhone is not enterprise ready, but:The BlackBerry is. At least the BlackBerry 8800.
Updated throughout: Facebook has been inaccessible this morning, giving a wake up call to those who have become addicted to the service. Call it Facedown.
BigAir claims to have outpaced the Australian government with the deployment of fixed WiMax networks in Sydney and Melbourne
Universities are using Web 2.0-style tools to tap into a generation's lust for celebrity as they revamp learning and recruiting.Images: Web 2.0 enticements for coeds
Noting that blogs can play a key role in politics, Jeff Ooi sets up a new site and becomes a member of the country's opposition party.
TechRepublic's Jason Hiner reports that IBM plans to consolidate 4,000 small servers into 30 Linux mainframes.According to Jason, each mainframe is the size of a refrigerator.
German software giant sets up Asia-Pacific HR Shared Services Center in Singapore, as part of global strategy to ensure better operational efficiency and transparency for HR processes.
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