Something amusing, if not intriguing, happened last Wednesday when tech giant Intel held a press conference regarding its WiMax strategy in the country. At that briefing, Intel execs said that while they are pushing very hard for the technology, the decision to roll out a commercial WiMax service is still up to the local players, particularly telcos.
The trumpets are out, from the Interactive Advertising Bureau. For the fifth year in a row, Internet advertising hit record highs.
NVIDIA introduced its new high-powered workstation graphics chips today, along with new SLI virtualization support, in what it calls "the most powerful and advanced top-to-bottom line of Quadro professional GPU solutions in the company's history" and intended to "set the stage for the next ten years of innovation."Strong words.
We allude now and then in this blog to "elevator speeches" about SOA and enterprise architecture. This is often intended as a method to boil down the essentials to make them easily digestible by business decision makers with limited time and attention spans.
Quickfire Deal: For a limited time you can get a white 13.3-inch MacBook for just $799 with a $200 mail-in-rebate.
Microsoft and TomTom said Monday that they have settled their respective patent infringement suits, which raised patent issues with everything from file system patents to the General Public License for open source software. Once you read the press release the next natural question is: Who caved?
Hybrid cloud is a familiar concept for most business leaders now, and many are looking to this model as a way to save on hardware costs. In May and June 2017, Tech Pro Research conducted a survey to find...
Last week, YouTube announced the opening of its Edu channel, giving a single destination for a lot of educational content:Do You EDU? Educational Hub Launches: Using YouTube as a vehicle to democratize learning is one of the coolest, unintended outcomes of its existence.
Storage vendor Western Digital announced today that it has completed a $65 million cash acquisition of SiliconSystems, Inc. of Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Ed Yourdon is a seminal figure in understanding and interpreting software failures. Among Ed's many accomplishments is writing 27 books and almost 600 articles on this subject.
Microsoft and TomTom have settled the patent-infringement suits (and countersuits) between the two vendors, Microsoft announced March 30. Microsoft is not paing TomTom, but TomTom is paying Microsoft an undisclosed amount as part of the deal.
I was surprised when I saw that SAP had signed up for the Open Cloud Manifesto. Despite SAP's best endeavors, thousands of customers and code jocks, ABAP is not a standard in the same way that Java has become.
Microsoft and TomTom announced on Monday that they have reached a settlement in their respective patent suits. Looks like Microsoft is the winner.
The sensor king is dead! Long live the king!A rumor has been posted on, yes, CanonRumors that Canon will be ditching the CCD imaging sensor it uses in pro-level digital camcorders for the CMOS chips it currently uses in its digital SLR still cameras.
If you're one of those people who were on the fence about whether to buy a netbook or a notebook, there's something new that might help you decide. The new Asus Eee PC E1004DN is the same light-weight, easy-to-use netbook you know and love, but with a twist: a Super-Multi optical disc drive.
Earlier this month, the controversial BBC purchase of a botnet and modifying the infected hosts in the name of "public interest" sparked a lot of debate on the pros and cons of their action.
The only possible way to conclude that is to believe both carriers and manufacturers are going to concentrate on the Android platform, leaving them little bandwidth for the Blackberry, Windows Mobile, LiMo, or anything else.
9-to-5 Mac brings us this delicious concept shot of a what they're calling the MacBook mini. While definitely a concept created by someone with a healthy imagination, it looks like the killer Mac netbook we're all waiting for.
Motorola today debuted its Evoke touchscreen/QWERTY combo phone that looks an awful lot like the “riverstone” Palm Pre and bridges the gap between smartphone, “dumb” phone and “feature” phone.The Motorola Evoke QA4 is intended for social messaging: turn it on its side for a full touch-screen QWERTY keyboard; turn it upright to reveal a slide-out keypad. The phone also uses predictive texting with smart auto correction and e-mail access to further the “messaging” intention.