BT Business has signed its latest software-as-a-service distribution deal, following similar pacts with NetSuite and SugarCRM
The £2m datacentre is being built in line with IBM's 'green' datacentre standards, and will offer co-location and other services
For conCERNed citizens
The Linux leader aims to make more of a dent in the high-performance-computing market with a platform it claims can be up and running in under an hour
Update: I hit "publish" before the article was completely finished, so I've added some images and updated some links. I can't pull the post without it leaving a trail behind it, so I may as well just own up now and say, "whoops, sorry".
New York-based Inform Technologies issued a press release earlier this week, reporting the success of their recent partnership with the Washington Times on a major website redesign. Having spoken to both Inform’s CEO Jim Satloff and the Washington Times’ Executive Editor John Solomon, there’s an interesting story to tell of applying semantic technologies in a way that saves editorial staff time whilst significantly improving the utility and value of a newspaper site.
Update: Google and Yahoo agree to "briefly" delay the deal to give Justice time to look into it. (New York Times)Congress continued its poking around in the Google-Yahoo deal with Sen.
In the calm after the Photokina 2008 storm, there's a lull in digital camera-related news this week, but Amazon is hoping to cash in on some post-Photokina camera shopping at least.
Following the fake story that Steve Jobs had suffered a heart attack shares in Apple temporarily dipped below the $100 mark (this happened at between 9.00am and 10.00am EDT) but quickly recovered. However, Apple shares have dipped below $100 for the second time today.
Auntie masters new tongues
The world's most powerful particle accelerator, built to test fundamental physics theories and to search for the Higgs Boson, will be ready to resume in April
If the law and regulations are not being violated, if only ethics are involved, then science for sale becomes standard practice.
Back in August Dell, HP and Lenovo all announced mobile workstations that offer Intel's first quad-core chip for laptops. Those systems are now available for order and reviews of at least one model--the Lenovo ThinkPad W700--are giving a glimpse of the performance you can expect from these 17-inch powerhouses.