Notable headlines:Garett Rogers: The Google Apps Appliance would make Microsoft sweatMary Jo Foley: Microsoft tries to stop more 'Vista-capable' e-mails from going publicVista Ultimate team releases new discounts, but no new freebies (yet)Microsoft DeepZoom + PhotoZoom = Another Software+Service combinationAdrian Kingsley-Hughes: Build a Vista-compatible office PC for $305Intel to steal graphics market share from AMD and nVIDIA in 2009? It depends ...
Between the Lines
Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic.
Rachel King is a staff writer for ZDNet based in San Francisco.
Zack Whittaker writes for ZDNet, CNET, and CBS News. He is based in New York City.
It's not too often that a keynote at a major conference turns into a total train wreck. But that's what happened with the Mark Zuckerberg keynote at SXSW where he was interviewed by BusinessWeek's Sarah Lacy.
The Beatles may be coming to iTunes.According to a report in the U.
This week we launch a newly constituted podcast called EIC squared, which to most folks will be the same as our Between the Lines podcast with a different acronym. In other words, Dan Farber and I, are reconvening our weekly podcasts with a new moniker to reflect that the two of us have new gigs.
What do you get when you combine one struggling carrier (Sprint) with an innovative but smallish one (T-Mobile)? A wireless train wreck.
Digg is reportedly for sale with the leading bidders being Microsoft, Google and two media companies. The big question: What's best for Digg and its community?
MIT's Human Dynamics Lab is working on a form of social networking as old as humanity itself: Face-to-face introductions and subsequent chit-chat. Users wear badges that calculate how far apart people are standing; record their conversation; and track their movements.
Hey, Apple's releasing the Insanely Great iPhone SDK so we can all write enterprise iPhone applications! They're going to make the iPhone compete with the BlackBerry and hook it up to corporate Exchange email servers!
Apple has dressed the iPhone up in a business suit, but the real work is just beginning. Apple needs to convince chief information officers that there's a return on investment in a switch to the iPhone.
Notable headlines:Larry Dignan: iPhone goes corporate bigtime.David Morgenstern: Reporter's Notebook: $100 million to promote iPhone appsMary Jo Foley: Apple finally acknowledges iPhone's Exchange supportRussell Shaw: What one developer thinks about iPhone SDKHow long til the iPhone App store hacker challenge?