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As you might recall, NBC Universal and News Corp. announced last week that it would call its well funded, fledgling content distribution service Hulu.
HP has climbed to the top of the PC mountain over the past few years. In Q2 of this year, the company garnered 18.
In November 1999 Intuit acquired QuickBase, Web-based collaboration software. In the ensuing eight years, QuickBase has been barely a blip on Intuit's balance sheet or the software-as-a-service market.
SAP CEO Henning Kagermann did one of his last warm-ups before the company rolls out its A1S midmarket suite on Sept. 19.
Sun has been touting the ZFS storage software as a key advantage of its Solaris 10 operating system. Network Appliance is alleging that ZFS violates seven of its patents, and is seeking a permanent injunction that would prevent Sun from shipment or further development of the software, which has also been released as open source under the CDDL license.
Updated: Apple rolled out its much-anticipated iPod lineup Wednesday and an updated iTunes. A big part of that lineup is the iPod Touch, which is a nice end run around the iPhone due to its built-in Wi-Fi.
Steve Jobs unveiled the phoneless iPhone, an iPod with all the goodness that debuted in the iPhone. Dubbed the iPod touch, the device is 8mm wide and has the 3.
Facebook is now giving members the option to make their profiles searchable (see Techmeme for the various viewpoints on the news). In effect, your Facebook profile can be injected into the Web at large and non-members can see portions of Facebook profiles.
Dell CEO Michael Dell said Wednesday that he "was not involved in or aware of" the company's accounting irregularities. Dell, which recently concluded an audit and restated more than four years of financial results, is installing new processes, teams and systems to ensure accounting shenanigans don't occur again.