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A vision of an NFC-enabled future...
The high-end videoconferencing technology will now be available to companies that don't want to pay large up-front costs for the kit
Seduced by cheap upfront costs…
Update: Reuters has reported that Microsoft is evaluating its bid and could walk away from the deal. Yahoo shares are down 5 percent in afterhours trading.
As the week draws to a close, there are a few Microsoft-related "no's" worth noting -- beyond the no more extensions for Windows XP's preload cutoff date of June 30. Other no's I noticed:
Dell, HP and Lenovo are among the laptop manufacturers planning to adopt a Qualcomm chipset that will work with HSPA and EV-DO networks worldwide
Open source will soon be in every organisation predicts a Gartner report, although IT managers may not be aware it is happening
Question for you. If a company releases a product with drivers that are, how can I put this kindly, lacking, and someone else decides to mod those drivers to add new features and fix broken stuff, should that be allowed or is the company right to kick up a fuss?
That's true. You can now pick up an 8GB iPhone for $155. There are a few catches. You have to live in Germany, sign up to T-Mobile, and take out a monthly contract that costs almost as much as the iPhone itself. How long until Apple starts to subsidize a cheaper US iPhone?
Ad revenues, mln. of $2007200820092012Asia Pacific25,85727,70528,81133,134Europe East/Middle East6,2037,0377,82910,321Europe West31,00132,15333,11738,923Latin America8,9189,59710,24612,574North America44,08746,26747,00853,139Global Total116,066122,760127,011148,092Source: Informa Telecoms & Media
Griffin Technology on Friday announced its ClearBoost case for the iPhone. The company says that the case's built-in booster antenna improves reception, avoids dropped calls and helps isolate the iPhone from interference.
Hey there, it's Jake here again.Jason stepped away from his MacBook Air and left it logged into his ZDNet blogging account (Wheeee!
Financial services firms and their sensitive data provide tempting targets for hackers. Here's a look at the threat landscape and what the industry can do to protect itself from cyberattacks.
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So, Microsoft has set the XP cut off date. June 30, 2008. That's fine with me. It's time for XP to die.
Someone is getting phat on your fat.