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To BE or not BESeveral news groups and Wall Street firms covered BearingPoint’s (BE) Q3 results this week but one point was not well covered, if at all. Look at this bullet point that is at the bottom of a list of points BE has on their investor site regarding the most recent earnings:“Voluntary attrition was 25.
Back in May Zinio released a Web-based iPhone magazine reader which allows you to view complete magazines for free. To access it, simply navigate to www.
The Finnish mobile-phone manufacturer has revised its fourth-quarter outlook, and also issued a warning over 2009 sales
For those who were sad to see Polaroid discontinue its instant film production, you don't have to wait for the Tomy Xiao to make it to the U.S. or make do with the Polaroid PoGo printer. Fujifilm announced today that it will be releasing its Instax 200 instant film camera to the U.S. market in late December.
The chorus of disagreement in Washington over a measly 25-billion dollars is something to behold. For the record that's less than 4% of the money that's been earmarked by the federal government to save the banks, insurance companies, the mortgage mills and other big-spenders on Wall Street and their Washington lobbying arms.
This policy will help your organization safeguard its hardware, software, and data from exposure to persons (internal or external) who could intentionally or inadvertently harm your business and/or damage...
Clothing stores predict cloudy outlook
Targeted behavioural advertising company NebuAd is the subject of a class action lawsuit in the US, according to the Associated Press.People are angry that they had their web-surfing habits tracked, said the article, and are demanding compensation to the tune of $5m.
Has AMD's recent gains in GPU sales got Nvidia spooked?The latest rumors are that Nvidia has a GPU price cut planned.
The cloud forces the older notion of "write-once, run anywhere" into a new level of "deploy correctly so you can exploit the benefits of cloud choices and save a lot of money."
Nokia said today that the world's mobile phone market would fall in Q4 2008 and 2009 as the slowing economy eases consumer demand around the world.1.
Verizon Wireless really wants to keep me around. I could get into this free agency thing.
Consumers just love the sleek face and curvy lines of Apple's iPhone 3G, but what about the business community?
Here's the November update of CodeTracker, hot off the presses. The best part? It's free. This month's update includes a few new codenames, plus some informed speculation on what a number of Microsoft's cloud-related codenames have in common. Hint: Think Sarah Palin....
Lost in all of the (inaccurate) commotion yesterday about AMD entering the netbook market were much broader changes in the company's product plans as it struggles to regain profitability and keep up with a deep-pocketed Intel. In the past year, AMD has announced plans to spin-off manufacturing, abandoned efforts to compete for "all screens" including TVs and smartphones, and at yesterday's analysts' meeting, revealed major changes to its server, desktop and notebook roadmaps.
The way I see it, social media isn't putting PR in jeopardy, but it has exposed a weakness in PR that was always there -- too much focus on dialing for dollars and not enough focus on making PR stretch to support real business initiatives.
Quote of the week: "In the mid 1990s, 'middle' meant 'the gaps between applications and software components.' Middleware was technology you turned to in order to try to build distributed systems: transaction processing middleware, database middleware, object middleware...
Spam plummeted by two-thirds, in the wake of the plug being pulled on alleged cybercrime host McColo, according to news reports. But virtually no one thinks spam will continue at today's low level of merely 60 billion spam messages per day.