Novell reported its fourth quarter results and its Linux business continues to post strong growth. However, the growth characteristics are changing.
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Google has launched a tool called Knol, which is a service that aggregates knowledge from individuals.Google says:The web contains an enormous amount of information, and Google has helped to make that information more easily accessible by providing pretty good search facilities.
ComScore repeatedly warns in its Securities and Exchange Commission filings that if its statistics can't be trusted its business model is in jeopardy.I'm calling jeopardy.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Apple slaps more bandaids on QuickTimeDavid Berlind: Google/OpenSocial's director of engineering David Glazer unplugged: 'Shindig is live'Christopher Dawson: Another cheap mini-portable...competition rocksLarry Dignan: Opera files complaint against Microsoft in the EU over IE, Windows bundle; CTO makes Web standards case.
Technology executives are asking Forrester Research for advice on whether to add iPhone support to their enterprise lineup. The answer: Not yet.
This week on the Dan and David Show, which is actually the David and Larry show since Dan is on vacation, we discuss Opera's complaint in the EU against Microsoft over the IE-Windows bundle and Web standards. David thinks that Opera is in trouble and that's why it's reaching for the complaint.
AMD CFO Bob Rivet said Thursday that the chipmaker will cut capital expenditures, hold the line on R&D costs and turn a profit in 2008. It was a part of an overall AMD theme today.
AMD chief operating officer Dirk Meyer acknowledged Thursday that the launch of its quad-core Opteron chips, formerly known as Barcelona, has been a disappointment. But he also urged customers and investors not to overlook AMD's promise and accomplishments.
Opera files complaint against Microsoft in the EU over IE, Windows bundle; CTO makes Web standards case
Updated with Opera CTO, Microsoft comments: Opera Software said Thursday it is filing a complaint against Microsoft in the European Union alleging the software giant is abusing its power and tying Internet Explorer to the Windows operating system. Opera also has a beef about Microsoft's support for Web standards.
Adobe on Thursday said it will open source a data access technology called BlazeDS. The goal: Speed up the adoption of enterprise rich Internet applications.