Dell and Salesforce.com have quite a partnership going on.
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Update: Dell's Inspiron Mini 9 now available and Dell is pushing the netbook is available on its site. Meanwhile Vodafone is going to sell the Mini in Europe.
You've probably run across "Green IT" at industry trade shows and in the media. Although the concept is a little vague, Green IT is making its influence felt across the IT landscape.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Dennis Howlett: Breaking: Oracle's Andersen gone, where now for Fusion and vertical plays?
So pretty much every day (these days), about 1% of MobileMe Mail users can't access their email. Today, my access was down -- and somehow I don't expect I'm alone.
Is this the beginning of the end for NebuAd, the Redwood City-based company that uses deep packet inspection technology to monitor Web surfing habits of individuals and use the information to insert advertising? CEO Bob Dykes has resigned to become Chief Financial Officer for Verifone.
Dell CEO Michael Dell said he expects netbooks to eventually be subsidized by wireless telecom carriers that would sell the devices along with 3G service.The comments, made at the Citigroup Technology Conference on Wednesday, could shed some light on Dell's strategy as it announces a new netbook tomorrow.
I used to watch TiVo.There's actually a double-meaning there.
Verizon and Yahoo said Wednesday that they have re-upped a portal deal that began in 2005.Under a new multiyear agreement (statement), a custom Verizon-Yahoo portal will be offered to all new subscribers to FiOS Internet services.
Adobe said Tuesday that it will launch an update to its Creative Suite on Sept. 23.