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You've undoubtedly seen your fair share of Apple television commercials this year, most of them for the iPhone. Well, if you're wondering what it all costs, we now know the answer.
A flaw in Vista's networking has been found that can crash the system, but no fix is expected until the next service pack
I am indebted as usual to the scion of Uk semiconductor scribbling, David Manners of Electronics Weekly. He reports that amid the doom and gloom in the markets, investment in new British high technology start-ups has been soldiering on pretty much as usual.
Systems at three London hospitals hit by a virus on Tuesday are expected to be back to normal in days, rather than weeks, according to a spokesman
The BlackBerry Storm has been one of the most hotly anticipated cell phones of the year. On Friday, November 21, it hit store shelves for $200 with a two-year service agreement through Verizon. But the question is, does it live up to the hype? CNET Reporter Kara Tsuboi finds out.
Every enterprise should establish policies and procedures that ensure the safety of those present in an enterprise facility during an emergency requiring shelter in place measures. From the policy: Summary...
Industry needed a kitemark, says NOA...
The next phase of National Identity Scheme
I am admittedly a very big fan of physical keyboards on my mobile phones and have what fellow MobileTechRoundup podcast co-hosts James and Kevin call "magic thumbs". I am able to pick up devices like the Palm Treo Pro, HTC Fuze, T-Mobile G1 or BlackBerry Bold and quickly type emails of 250+ words. After a day of using the Verizon BlackBerry Storm I have to say I am still a fan of these physical keyboards. I do think it has a wonderful display and the touch screen, SurePress, technology is very cool, but it isn't an iPhone and I think is too big of a departure from all other BlackBerry devices for serious texters or email fans to be productive.
Sourcing-advisory firm EquaTerra says the downturn will see businesses simplify outsourcing and offshoring deals to generate faster returns on investment and reduce risk
There's no doubt that Apple has become one of the most popular brands around the globe - iPod, iMac, iPhone, iTunes. I'm sure you've heard of them.
A rock concert to benefit self-confessed hacker, Gary McKinnon, is being pitched by the man who runs Glastonbury Radio, who is hoping to recruit bands like Marillion.Ross Hemsworth is putting together the concert, he says, to draw attention to the plight of McKinnon and others who are scheduled for extradition to the US without having committed any offence any serious crime in the UK.
IBM and Nokia have said that, from next month, a raft of S60 3rd Edition devices will be able to access corporate email via Lotus Notes Traveler
Television and the Internet are on a collision course that will revolutionize entertainment, but Revision3 is always one step ahead of the game.Today, they launched a new live video player that allows the user to be the director.
Analyst firm Pierre Audoin Consultants says companies now rely on tech so much that severe reductions in IT spending are unlikely
Bye-bye big brother
Visual Studio chiefs Jason Zander and Matt Carter set out the company's manifesto for data democracy
Quote of the week: "[Independent business units] are constantly seeking to diverge in order to meet the specific needs of their customers. At the same time IT continues to work towards increased centralization.