Queues, keynotes, statistics and a pocketful of mystery...
Harshing the mellow of the rising party is no way to get what you want. On the other hand beating the most modest reform while Democrats hold a majority may be the best way to prove to Internet advocates that resistance to the monopoly is futile.
Exxon is the world's largest oil company. By some measures it's simply the world's largest company.
Microsoft won't be turning Office 14 into a completely Web-ified productivity suite, a la Google Docs. But it's practically a given that Microsoft will add more online collaboration/sharing capabilities to the individual point products that will comprise the client-based Office 14.
SOA governance carries all the appeal of 'a colonoscopy with an IMAX camera'
With enterprise adoption of unified communications growing in recent years, industry watchers say this is the year when consumers will follow suit.
The region's Internet population could reach over 540 million this year, with China set to dethrone the United States as the world's most populous Internet nation.
At the Mobile World Congress, the LiMo Foundation announced the launch of 18 handsets from seven vendors
Following the bad press it received, Facebook has responded by altering the site's help pages to explain how to permanently delete your account, but doesn't go nearly far enough.
In a filing with the FCC yesterday, Comcast admits it messes with certain "P2P protocols."Plain English: When Comcast subscribers are exchanging large files- Comcast sees these as poential factors in slowing down its network, and reserves the right to employ digital chicanery to interrrupt these sessions.
Acer, the world's third largest computer seller, said today that it will offer a new, low-cost laptop targeted primarily at emerging markets. The specs and price would put it in direct competition with other low-cost models such as the Asus Eee PC and the Everex CloudBook, and to a lesser extent OLPC's XO laptop.
What's the best browser? That's a question I get asked all the time. For years now I've been pretty non-committal when it came to taking sides in the browser wars - after all, a browser is a browser and it's what's displayed in the browser window that matters, not the browser itself. The browser is nothing more than a tool. However, the more I handle the betas of Firefox 3.0, the more I'm becoming attached to this browser.
I have been surprised at how few substantial business applications were on display at the Mobile World Congress. While 'edge' cases like myself would like to believe mobile applications will take on significance, it seems the mobile phone industry is way behind the innovation curve.
Ryan Naraine has cooked up a list of the most influential people in security.Here's the list packaged in a slideshow, which is annoyingly set on fast forward.
Amalga, at launch, will be one of the big vendors in the space.
Bain Capital, the private equity firm trying to engineer a takeover of 3Com with Huawei Technologies, is reportedly offering to divest security software firm TippingPoint to win U.S.
I generally wait at least 72 hours before installing any operating system updates from Apple but yesterday's announcement of 10.5.
In what may become a common occurrence, head of Yahoo's Advanced Technology division, Bradley Horowitz was sucked up by Google. This news comes after word that Yahoo handed out pink slips to those 1000 employees expected to be cut.