Mobile search and display revenues will together reach $1.91 bln by 2012. 40% of mobile users will regularly access the mobile Internet in 5 years’ time, according to JupiterResearch.
The US online advertising market will reach $50.3 bln in revenue by 2011, more than doubling 2007 levels and growing 24% annually (CAGR), according to the Yankee Group.
In a typical show of carelessness (or incompetence), Skype has announced that they have a new version available for download, and someone from Skype Staff has suddenly appeared in their User Forums, telling people to download it to solve problems. BUT, when the poor users download what should be 3.
The great migration from IPv4 to IPv6 has officially begun, after the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), added the first addresses to its root servers that conform to the new version of the Internet protocol.
So, your company uses Microsoft Exchange, and you are looking hard at implementing their Exchange Hosted Services, but realize it's going to cost an arm and a leg to get it up and running. Thankfully, you may have a better option starting today.
At the end of the day, SOA, Enterprise Architecture, and Business Process Management all address the same problems
Recent research from the US Department of Homeland Security points to a “significant” risk from backdoors and 23% of software packages used by US government employees have backdoors built into them – or so I’m told.
One of the ugliest environmental truths about our modern life, perhaps worse than nuclear waste or even landfills or flotsam of plastic that covers square miles of ocean, perhaps worse than plastic leaching toxics into your bottled water...your next airplane flight.
In an interview at Melbourne's linux.conf.au conference, Linus Torvalds called the standard file system of Mac OS X "complete and utter crap." Mac fans are only slightly outraged, pointing out that HFS+ isn't really "complete and utter crap," rather, it's just slightly crap-ish.
The folks at Emerging Energy are looking at the year past and the year to come. Here's their optimistic take on what's up with carbon dioxide emissions and carbon footprint reduction:"Recently, the EU acted to commit to 20% CO2 reductions by 2020.
Yahoo is reportedly holding out hopes that there's an alternative to Microsoft's $44.6 billion unsolicited takeover, but it's becoming clear that white knights are missing in action.
Last week I chatted with Ben Barnes, vice president and general manager of the HP's Business Intelligence Group. The former general manager of IBM's Global Business Intelligence Solutions Division was hand-picked by HP CEO Mark Hurd to take an old friend--Teradata, the leader in enterprise data warehousing.
The judges claim the work done by the recipients of this year's prize should improve the long-term quality of computer systems
Microsoft's Yahoo acquisition may not solve either company's shortcomings. It may not have to
A rumor posted Tuesday on a Microsoft enthusiast site suggests that Redmond will support Windows running on Intel-based Macs in BootCamp.
The manufacturer has officially launched a product to downgrade Vista machines to XP, to meet customer demand