Cyren Call – the corporation formed to advise the Public Safety Spectrum Trust Corp. -- angrily denied accusations that it or PSST demanded spectrum lease payments.
I was all excited about Sprint's XOHM WiMax after talking with Sprint at CES, but as you can hear from James and Kevin in MobileTechRoundup show #128 they were right to predict that rollout may be coming later than originally stated. We also talked about the excellent new, and free, Opera Mini 4.1 beta that is available for any Java-enabled mobile device. There was confirmation of rumors at CTIA this past week and we talked a bit about Windows Mobile 6.1 and the new IE Mobile application. I had to throw in some S60 news too and talked about the new Astraware game and N-Gage 2 releases. Velocity Mobile and their two new sweet devices was another topic of conversationg. Windows XP also looks like it may be around for a couple of more years, but only if you buy a ULCPC (listen to the show to hear what that stands for). We closed with a teaser about a product we plan to discuss in our next show that James is currently testing.
Some people are truly exasperating in the depths to which they will go to justify what is clearly wrong. To add insult to injury, their activities undermines the cause of real reformers who might help build a copyright system less tilted against consumers which recognizes that intellectual property is different, and should have reasonable limits on the length of time of its protections.
Seven in 10 of those that access corporate e-mail on the go say their companies have no mobile security policies nor antivirus software, new survey finds.
The Federal Communications Commission has lifted its gag order on the winners of the 700 Mhz auction and those telecom giants have been a chatty bunch. And all of them are talking about advanced wireless broadband service.
We've seen dozens of tech achievements so far this year, from better health care delivery to energy-saving designs and products. This ebook highlights 30 of the year's most outstanding tech...
Over the past couple of days, I've noticed more new speculation about Microsoft's timetable for delivering Windows 7, the next version of Windows. Microsoft is saying publicly 2010 is still the likely RTM date, but late 2009 is undoubtedly a possibility.
I was wondering the other day how the system builder community is faring with the green tech conversation. After all, servers, desktops and notebooks from the so-called white box players account for somewhere around one-third of all systems shipped in a given quarter.
SOA is messy for now -- but that's okay
Courtesy of Charlie Bess, an EDS Fellow and another of my Irregular colleagues, I stumbled across this awesome demonstration of using Wiimotes and light pens as an alternative to the $10,000 Surface device.There is none of the hoop-la that accompanies Surface demonstrations but a simple, matter of fact show and tell.
Texas. Oil. Politicians. From LBJ to George W, Texas has brought us oil, war and big military budgets.
A two-day Dell powwow with Wall Street this week was largely panned as being short of details.On Wednesday and Thursday Dell met with analysts and disclosed that it would lay off more than the 8,800 it had projected and outlined plans to save about $3 billion over three years.
Is it better to seek business transformation, or perhaps to seek just enough transformation that creates better services for my employees and customers, ones that rely on the Web as much as possible? And if you don't need to go full-bore SOA on the infrastructure side to enjoy lower cost with better extension of application logic and data value, they why do it?
A Notes administrator considers Oracle, SAP jobs
Employees part ways with organizations for a variety of reasons. Some of these reasons are simple: finding a job elsewhere, taking time off to spend with the family or relocating to a different...
As an entry point into high-definition video conferencing (telepresence), LifeSize Express is hard to beat. It's a standalone solution that occupies the middle ground between PC-plus-webcam systems and vastly expensive telepresence suite installations.
Trade union Unite says the oil giant is keeping staff in the dark over their future following its £4bn outsourcing deals
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