Those cloud computing service level agreements are getting better all the time and that's good news for enterprise customers. 3Tera, which offers cloud software and services, unveiled a 99.
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Psystar, apparently still optimistic about its lawsuit with Apple, has announced another Mac clone computer. The company today introduced a $599 Mac clone desktop PC called Open(3).
Oracle's fiscal third quarter earnings were better than expected and the company declared its first-ever dividend as a way to spin off its excess cash directly to shareholders.The applications and database giant reported net income of $1.
An analyst report this morning predicts that Facebook - which has been reporting impressive growth numbers - could surpass Google in traffic within the next 2-3 years. That's a prediction that could use a few asterisks.
Leave it to YouTube to defend "the idea of news" and a Vanity Fair media columnist (and online news aggregator) to put a deadline of eight years on its demise.Two newspapers in two different two-newspaper towns (Seattle and Denver) have died in the last month.
For the first time in six years, enrollment in computer science programs in the United States increased last year, according to an annual survey conducted by the Computing Research Association.
NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker kicked off the 2009 Business Week Media Summit this morning by criticizing Comedy Central satirist and commentator Jon Stewart as being "incredibly unfair to CNBC and business media in general" in his critical interview of CNBC financial show host Jim Cramer last week.
Putting aside the question of whether he will ever want to take on Jon Stewart on Comedy Central on behalf of NBC, NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker also had these comments to make on the state of its broadcasting, cable and online businesses at the 2009 Business Week Media Summit this morning.The bottom line on NBC: Two thirds of operating profit come from cable, not broadcast.