The morning session at DEMOfall 07 featured companies trying to solve aspects of the meeting madness and collaboration with Web 2.0 goodness.
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Intel and Nokia said Wednesday that they have teamed up to make WiMax devices and networks interoperable. In addition, Nokia plans to use Intel WiMax chips for its NSeries Internet Tablets.
Google is projected by Wall Street to have annual revenue of $15.7 billion in 2008 and $19 billion in 2009.
A judge has set a trial date for Oracle's corporate theft lawsuit against SAP: Feb. 9, 2009.
Amazon launched its DRM-free music store and all you need is a lightweight downloader application. This application is a small trade-off, but is an annoyance nonetheless.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Hackers expose holes in Gmail, search appliance.Trojan attack targets top executives.
Earthmine has come up with the notion of "indexing reality." At DEMOfall 07, the company previewed its technology, which gathers, analyzes and communicates location-based information, the flow of data from the street to the Web.
Propel Software introduced its PBM (Personal Bandwidth Manager) at DEMOfall 07. The software download automatically prioritzes network traffic on a computer.
Here is a claim worth investigating. At DEMOfall 07 Talari Networks introduced a networking technology that it said will do for enterprise WANs what RAID did for storage.
Facebook may be getting instant messaging.Sam Sethi at blognation UK says he was given a sneak preview of a new Facebook IM client that will go beta on Friday.