Apple has extended MobileMe subscriptions for 30 days following a launch that was "a lot rockier" than the company expected.On July 9, MobileMe, the replacement for .
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SOURCE: Wikimedia CommonsSo, poor John McCain. At the start of the year, he gets bounced around because he is “not well versed” in economics.
There have been a few high profile penalties against spammers of late, but they all lack one key ingredient--jail time.To wit:MySpace plays more spam Whac-a-Mole; Wins $6 million settlementMySpace’s $230 million spam win: Will it really be a deterrent?
Seagate delivered some good news with its fiscal fourth quarter earnings: Storage demand is just swell. The bad news: Seagate is lagging with its product line--especially for notebook drives--and that's killing margins and hurting profits in the current quarter.
Notable headlines:Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Apple sues PsystarSam Diaz: Complaint: 'Invaluable good is being eroded'Larry Dignan: The end of the Mac clones?Jason D.
EMC is connecting two of its more recent acquisitions--Iomega and Berkeley Data Systems' Mozy online backup storage--to target small businesses and consumers.On Wednesday, EMC will roll out a storage bundle that includes Iomega's external hard drives with a software bundle that combines the Mozy online backup service with the EMC Retrospect Express software.
Just so we understand each other, the Internet is like a series of tubes, kind of like tunnels. And large amounts of data get moved through those tunnels, like in the back of a truck, you see.
Updated: Intel on Tuesday reported second quarter earnings of $1.6 billion, or 28 cents a share, on revenue of $9.
I can almost picture the scene - two young CEOs meet on a Spring day at New York's Shake Shack to talk about their planned nuptials. After they polish off their fries and the chocolate shake with one straw (I'm assuming), they head over for a stroll through Union Square to talk over the matrimonial details.
Worries about Sun Microsystems fourth quarter may have been misplaced.The company said it expected to report net income between 5 cents a share and 15 cents a share.