The latest smartphone from the Asian mobile manufacturer incorporates both GPS and FM radio — a first for the range
Adobe said Monday that chief operating officer Shantanu Narayen will become the company's CEO effective Dec. 1.
Can a politician become a VC? We're about to find out.
Some of the early adopters at the launch planned to use Apple's device for business, despite security warnings. But some were just unwelcome guests
One thing that has put me off using Firefox more is the crazy levels of memory usage that the browser sometimes seems to exhibit. The Mozilla development team have long claimed that the issue that users are experiencing is not a bug but in fact a feature. However, now that Mozilla is looking to port Firefox to mobile platforms, the issue has become a high priority.
Government committee calls for U.K. to suspend its involvement in controversial Galileo project until review has been completed.
Analysts predict virtual currencies could herald the first payment revolution since the move to paper money
Gartner has said businesses will need to cater to the demands of the new generation of office workers for online Web 2.0 portals
Today I have been reading New York Times reporter Laura Holson's incisive piece entitled, Cellphone Straitjacket Is Inspiring A Rebellion.One of Laura's theses is that we are in the early stages of a transition from a time that cell companies had all the power, to one where handset manufacturers, content providers and ultimately, consumers, will call the shots.
Not only did the ITN news crew get thrown out of Friday's UK launch for the iPhone, but so did these girls:That's the burly security bod there on the left. Granted, it's a little more understandable than the ejection of a serious news crew, as this lot were leafletting the queue on behalf of an iPhone unlocking service.
Google's Android SDK was launched today -- and along with it is a contest worth $10 million dollars that will be spread around to the winners. I will be taking part as a developer, and I hope that many of my readers will too.
Rich Tehrani, Om Malik and others have been blogging about the bizarre-sounding but not implausible possibility that Google may purchase beleaguered, lost-at-sea telecom giant SprintNextel.Makes sense to me except for one big honkin' "but" (that's "but" with one "t"):Makes sense because:Google seems to believe that to really compete against the big, bad net-neutrality-hating broadband monopolists, they really need to have their own spectrum.
It's not particularly stylish and the desktop software is short on features, but if you want a reliable USB 3G modem that's ready for 7.2Mbps operation, Orange's Option ICON2 seems like a good choice.
And not just to save pennies...
As with green-tech movement, the eco-spin on chemical science isn't just for tree huggers. Businesses, too, are betting on better materials.
At Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco Monday, AMD CEO Hector Ruiz discusses the benefits of virtualization technology in addressing the challenges of efficient energy and affordable Internet access.
Singapore polytechnic teams up with BMC Software to train students in IT services management, a move aimed at easing a skills shortage.
This is a big loss for the VA's VistA system, on which WorldVistA is based. This makes it unlikely that an open source lab software system will be built to the scale necessary for an industry standard.