The government risks opening a can of worms...
And who's stumped up the most cash?
The great debate over Comcast's throttling of BitTorrent and perhaps other P2P apps leaves cyberspace and enters the real world as a full panel of the Federal Communications Commission heads to Harvard for a public hearing on the issue. The FCC recently released the agenda (PDF) for the meeting, which includes a tech demo by Vuze Inc.
Am I parroting the Pope, quoting a Mormon church decree? No, it turns out some Stanford scientists are telling us divorce is bad for the planet.
Reviewers of wireless routers obsess about throughput, but let’s face it: Few of us are shuffling HD video from PC to TV. The performance issue that matters to most people is range, since many users find that they have a room or two in their house where Wi-Fi just won’t go.
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...
Government puts its thinking cap on...
HP's BladeSystem c3000 is a compact blade server chassis designed for small businesses and remote office deployments. It delivers all the advantages of HP's high-end blade system in a smaller chassis.
In their marketing claims around getting OOXML anointed as an International Standard, Microsoft says that more standards mean greater consumer choice. But sometimes less is more. We only have to examine HD-DVD vs. Blu-Ray to see the consequences of this.
In an e-mail sent to Microsoft employees on February 22, Microsoft Platforms & Services President Kevin Johnson reiterated to Microsoft's employees why Microsoft is continuing to pursue its goal of buying Yahoo.The e-mail was not triggered by any new developments, a Microsoft spokeswoman said.
Three government departments have given Internet Service Providers a deadline of April 2009 to crack down on illegal filesharers
DD-WRT can turn this cheap device into an enterprise-class product with features normally found in devices costing hundreds of dollars more.
Screenshots from Live Documents Flex and AIR applications.
I've used StyleTap on my Windows Mobile devices and find it to be quite valuable in running Palm OS applications like Tide Tool (I still can't find a Windows Mobile version of an app like this). Robert just sent me a link to this video showing an experimental version of StyleTap running on an Apple iPhone/iPod Touch. It looks very slick and they even showed Tide Tool running at top speed.
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...
The plug has been pulled unexpectedly on a major new event set up to showcase the latest generation of videoconferencing technology
I met Mike Rothman last night for drinks. He was on a once in a lifetime pass through Southfield, Michigan.
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