Notable headlines: Dion Hinchcliffe: More organizations shift to Web 2.0 while IT departments remain wary.
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Update below: My Yahoo gets a facelift. My Netscape gets a face lift.
HP released a study performed by Sine Nomine Associates (and paid for by HP) claiming that its BladeSystem c-Class servers use 27 per cent less power than IBM's BladeCenter-H models. IBM wasn't fully prepped to respond to the thermal footprint claims, but according to a vnunet.
Salesforce.com has a planned outage scheduled Friday night as it does "Spring '07 pre-release work.
"Day light saving just brings a smile to everybody’s faces.” --Rep.
Would you want a digital archive of your life? Every memory, every encounter, every click, every breath and damn near everything?
Today's top story concerns a surveillance technology aimed at putting the government behind the wheel of your car (well, motorcycle). The UK is considering installing GPS-enabled governors in motorcycles.
Small user generated Web video companies such as Vimeo and Grouper can offer better performance than big players. That's one of the takeaways from a study by Web monitoring service Keynote.
Notable headlines: David Berlind: Will Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child be a problem for Microsoft? Image Gallery (right).
This week on the Dan & David Show, we discuss the recent disparaging remarks aimed at Google's book search project made by Microsoft's associate general counsel, Microsoft's Virtual PC 2007 and Emotiv's human-computer mind melding technology. This podcast can be delivered directly to your desktop or MP3 player if you're subscribed to our podcasts (See ZDNet's podcasts: How to tune in).