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IT giants hope to save $5.5 billion in energy costs

A who's who list of Silicon Valley titans are joining forces to set aggressive goals to cut computer energy consumption and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The group, collectively called the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, consists of Intel, AMD, Google, EDS, EMC, Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo and Microsoft to name a few.

June 12, 2007 by

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No ZFS for Leopard but maybe for later Mac OS

Earlier this week Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz said the Apple would adopt ZFS, Sun's open source file system. But Steve Jobs' didn't say anything about ZFS during his Worldwide Developers Conference keynote while highlighting the forthcoming Leopard release of Mac OS X.

June 12, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Safari development for the iPhone

In yesterday's WWDC keynote (video, summary) Steve Jobs announced that developer access to the iPhone would be through Safari--not the OS X system that runs it.Dan Farber called this a smart move stating that "it's a friction-free and secure way to get tens of thousands of developers working in an iPhone ecosystem.

June 12, 2007 by Phil Windley

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Life without Google: Today is Google free day

Richard MacManus at Read/Write Web has declared today Google free day. Among his rules:Don't use any of the five major search engines;Avoid meta search engines;Ditch vertical search engines;Consider changing your home page or uninstall everything;Document your experience.

June 12, 2007 by

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Virtualization promises to reduce capital and operational expenditures through virtualization supply-side economics…add more VMs, retire more hardware, save more money. But how much exactly?

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NCAA switches off live blogger--Twitterers are next

A Louisville Courier-Journal sports reporter collided with NCAA policies. Brian Bennett was live blogging in detail a baseball game between the University of Louisville and Oklahoma State, and had his press credential revoked by a NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) representative, citing the organization's policy prohibiting real-time updates on the Web from selected events.

June 12, 2007 by Dan Farber

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