The idiocy of things
Canonical will make its much anticipated Ubuntu 9.04 upgrade available for download on Thursday.
Is Joe Biden the copyright industry's point man in the Obama Administration? He certainly has an anti-piracy track record.
President Obama moved toward more exploitation of America's offshore energy resources. Only this time it's not drill, baby, drill.
Despite global digital sales growing 24.1 % to $3.78 bln and performance income by 16.2% in 2008, European music sales finished down 8.3% at $18.4 bln after a 15.4% collapse in physical sales.
Do-it-yourself biodiesel cookers are causing house fires. Maybe some enterprising enterprise could come up with a safe, legal cook-it-yourself biodiesel bioreactor for the home hobbyist.
Indian mobile operators added a record 15.64 mln customers in March 2009, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India said. The mobile subscriber base in India rose by 50%, or more than 130 mln, to 391.8 mln.
With the odds of a data breach on the rise, companies should consider increasing their IT audit budget for 2018. Auditors can spot and help remedy security holes that may have been overlooked.
Earth Day may be drawing to a close (or already over for most of the world), but ideally we should really be talking about Earth Lifetimes or Earth Millennia. Earth Day has always bothered me because one day of focusing on our environment will hardly "save the planet.
Chris DeWolfe, CEO and co-founder of MySpace, has agreed to step down from his position and stay on as a "strategic advisor." News Corp.
If we really want to tackle security issues, we need to rethink how we analyze the attacks and how we deal with the open holes that make us vulnerable.At the RSA Conference in San Francisco today, McAfee CEO Dave DeWalt told the audience that it's time for to quit looking at threats - and treating them - in silos.
Microsoft has sponsored research at the University of Michigan to develop an open source Network File System client for Windows.Michigan's Center for Information Technology Integration also developed the open source Linux-based reference implementation of NFSv4 that is currently included in all Linux distributions, Microsoft said.
Senior Editor Sam Diaz shares his thoughts on Oracle's recent $7.4 billion purchase of Sun Microsystems. He says Oracle is positioning itself to come in as a one-stop player, complete with business hardware and business software. The deal could also help spur other tech mergers to keep pace with the likes of Oracle.
Cheap air travel and the Web undermine the impact of distance, but geographically separated couples could use a better alternative than technologies like text, email, and video chat when physical intimacy is not an option.Enter Mutsugoto, a device designed to communicate intimacy by allowing for couples, who are separated by distance, to draw in light on each other's bodies or beds.
The Linux Foundation's executive director has shrugged off worries that Oracle's purchase of Sun — and therefore Solaris — will hurt Linux
In his budget speech, chancellor Alistair Darling promised more funding for emerging technologies, but the CBI has questioned the funding allocation
Security can no longer be an after-thought or a stand-alone mission. There are too many forces at work - and that's just not bad guys lurking for valuable data on the Web.
But NGNs and SMEs left out in the cold
Shared services and outsourcing will be at the heart of a savings drive to cut costs from the government's annual IT and back-office costs
The European Parliament has voted through legislation that will make it cheaper to send text messages and download data to mobile phones while travelling across Europe