People who have Macs and Windows Mobile devices have a syncing solution that actually turns out to be much more functional and powerful than the ActiveSync client found on Windows PCs. Mark/Space just released their latest version that adds support for Windows Mobile 6, improves SMS log functionality, and many more new features.
Is Google reinventing corporate management or just living off the fruits of one big breakthrough?It's an interesting question that has no definitive answer.
Mobile-phone maker has offered to replace batteries at risk from overheating, but denies its actions constitute a product recall
On the convention floor and around town, LinuxWorld attendees pour into San Francisco to celebrate Linux and SF Giants super-slugger Barry Bonds's 756th home run, beating Hank Aaron's long held record.
Will you take action based on a data stream, or will you let that data stream take action for you?
View this image gallery of scenes from Day 3 of Linuxworld 2007 at San Francisco's Moscone Center.
Google has been sending a prototype of Google Health out to health professionals and advisors for feedback. Unfortunately for Google, screenshots of the still unavailable service have been leaked.
'What is it about registries that everyone thinks is a panacea for all things SOA?'
Future east-coast mainline operator National Express has promised free on-board Wi-Fi for standard-class passengers
For the online health care revolution to really get going we don't need prototypes, and we don't need search. We need better privacy laws, against Big Brother, Little Brother, and everyone else, a HIPAA for the 21st century.
Instead of designing the security software to run on Microsoft's Windows or another operating system, Symantec and Intel are building it so it can directly interact with the Intel chips.
Cynthia Rettig's the Trouble with Enterprise Software, published in MIT Sloan Management Review should come as no surprise to those used to commenting on ERP implementations. Ms Rettig draws a gloomy picture asserting that: Whole systems march in lock step, providing synchronized, fully coordinated supply chains, production lines and services, just like a world class orchestra.
Australian Prime Minister John Howard last night announced a Coalition plan to clean up Internet porn, in an effort to woo Christian voters.
Skype has just released a beta version of Skype 2.7 for the Mac with Chat groups, Address Book integration and more. Downloading it now. I live in Skype – it's my office number and preferred IM and video chat environment. I also use Gizmo Project (especially on the Nokia N95 and N800) and a number of IM clients but the bulk of my contacts and friends are on Skype so that's where I look first. These enhancements will make it all the more useful and bring things more on a par with the capabilities I already enjoy when working on the Tablet PC.
Microsoft and Linux vendor Xandros announced on August 15 an extension of their interoperability partnership. Normally, I'd just write such an announcement off as more of the same -- mostly fluff with little real stuff. But then I remembered the findings of a recent Yankee Group study on Exchange vs. the open-source competition....
Chris Glass has posted a terrific set of images sized perfectly to be used as wallpaper on the iPhone. My personal favorite (and the one that's replaced Van Gogh's Starry Night - at least for now) is pictured here. I love robots - especially ones that transform! What can I say?
Citrix said Wednesday that it will acquire privately held XenSource for $500 million in cash and stock in what's likely to be the beginning of a virtualization land grab. The purchase of XenSource is interesting since it puts Citrix into the virtualization market.