Marc Benioff has accused SAP of failing to understand cloud computing, and criticised Microsoft's approach of working with its own technology to the exclusion of others
Updated: In a move that's not terribly surprising, Google said Wednesday that it is scrapping its search advertising deal with Yahoo. Google's decision puts Yahoo's search business back in play and may bring Microsoft back into the picture.
A codec under a modified BSD license, capable of playing video in high quality, is now ready for mass market adoption.
Riding on popularity of social networking sites, Oracle unveils customer relationship management tools that incorporate Web 2.0 and "social" functions.
Gateway announced its MC series notebook in late October, but so far it has received little coverage aside from Laptop Magazine's review. The MC series is one of several recent laptops with 16-inch widescreen displays geared toward entertainment.
The bad press surrounding Optus' 3G mobile network problems has caused the federal broadband department to investigate whether or not its network and that of Vodafone qualify as real broadband in terms of government subsidies.
It appears that the micro-blogging service Twitter has removed the option to delete a 'tweet' once it's been published, making the service a haven for digital litter -- the trail of information about you or things you've said that perhaps you shouldn't leave lying around the web.
The Australian government's approach to information management has previously often been "grandiose" and overly simplistic, according to Oracle's Australian division, which today mainly backed comments by finance minister Lindsay Tanner that the government needed to adopt Web 2.0-style tools.
Time Warner reported its third quarter results on Wednesday and revealed that the AOL business continues to slide. On the bright side, AOL's results could have been worse.
I read through Josh's hands-on with the BlackBerry Bold and am disappointed I missed the FedEx guy by 2 hours before leaving town for the week. However, I am seriously thinking of swinging by an AT&T store on the road to pick one up for myself. If you are thinking of the Bold I read on Michael Gartenberg's site that you can even pick one up for FREE at Wal-Mart (after US$199 rebate and new contract). We usually see these devices drop to free on Amazon after a month of so and it is a bit surprising to see the Bold available for free already at Wal-Mart.
America wins. Large broadcasting companies and makers of devices like wireless microphones are squirming today after the FCC announced that it has voted in favor of Google -- freeing the frequencies between television channels to create a wireless broadband service.
While you were watching Barack Obama become President-elect something just as Earth-shattering was happening in Washington. The golden era of open spectrum was launched.
Via its new "BizSpark" program announced November 5, Microsoft is offering startups a variety of Microsoft products and technologies for free. Microsoft unveiled the program on the first day of the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco.
Listen to audio recordings of conversations with real-life internet scammers in this guide to their history and recent activities.
PropertyAug-2007Aug-2008% ChangeFrench Internet Audience26,85232,22720%Banking11,53714,78128%Credit Agricole4,8776,87941%Societe Generale3,0273,99932%Caisse d’Epargne2,2343,03536%BNP Paribas2,0562,1515%LABANQUEPOSTALE.FR9551,934102%Groupe Credit Mutuel1,3671,53112%Groupe Banque Populaire1,1061,49235%Groupe CIC1,0471,029-2%ING Group245757209%Natixis38044517%Source: comScore
The Federal Communications Commission has opened up so-called wireless white spaces--unused spectrum between broadcast channels--in a move the agency hopes paves the way for 'Wi-Fi on Steroids'.In a statement following the FCC's 5-0 approval (Techmeme), Chairman Kevin Martin said:Opening the white spaces will allow for the creation of a Wi-Fi on steroids.
Telstra and Microsoft today announced a deal which will see the pair link their products and brand names to target small business customers.
The younger workforce demanding IT agility is driving companies to adopt service oriented architectures, according to Software AG CEO.