With the introduction of its Kindle ebook reader, music and video services, Amazon's Jeff Bezos is stepping further into the magic kingdom of Steve Jobs' Apple. In fact, Bezos and Jobs seem to be on a collision course.
Wow. As a law student, I'm just amazed by this Wired post reporting that a judge dismissed an anti-slam lawsuit because the message was written as if by a real person.
SAP said several TomorrowNow executives have left the company and the software giant is mulling over its options for the unit--including a possible sale.SAP's TomorrowNow unit has been the subject of a lawsuit launched by Oracle.
The much anticipated Firefox 3 beta 1 will be available tonight or tomorrow, Mozilla developers said."Beta one [has] Q & A sign-off and will be ready to ship tonight or tomorrow, " one developer said during a Mozilla developers meeting on Monday.
Healthways also gains the ability to help patients build their own electronic medical records (EMRs), in consultation with carriers, and that can also be a valuable asset.
Hewlett-Packard reported better than expected fourth quarter results Monday and delivered a solid outlook for its upcoming quarter.HP said its fourth quarter earnings were $2.
Former Baltimore police sergeant James A. Kulbicki has served a dozen years in a Maryland prison for the murder of his girlfriend.
There are three types of trend analysis that I have used in the past to predict the future: geographic, temporal, and intuitive. I describe these three in the introduction to my Seven Trends in Networking and Security pitch.
Rising levels of churn...
The key to success was using the Web Services Interface of SharePoint to move data across to Websphere, while using the Websphere portal's security structure for a single sign-on, mapping the two credentials.
Imposing a blanket ban on wireless networking may not be as conclusive a solution as some companies hope, says Nicholas Miller from AirPatrol
One of the question that comes up a lot in the blogs I read is what's causing the momentum swing towards RIAs. So often I focus on the examples (demos, companies, etc) and the benefits (good user interface, better designer/developer workflow, rich media, etc) but I haven't spent much time on what's actually causing people to care about rich Internet applications.
OK, after reinstalling and updating several Vista systems over the past few days I've come to the conclusion that Windows Update could do with a UI tweak.
The deal should see BT Conferencing deploy Sonus Networks' scalable IP-voice system across its global operations
News just in from those sensitive folks over at the Science and Public Policy Institute in Pennsylvania. Yep, as we were warned earlier this year, Tamara Mariea (a "certified clinical nutritionist"), and the redoubtable Dr George Carlo (see here for more on this "expert on the dangers of electromagnetic radiation") have finally published their "groundbreaking scientific study" showing that Wi-Fi causes autism.
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