I met with Denis Browne, senior vice president of imagineering at SAP Labs. He isn't on loan from Disney, which came up with "imagineering" portmanteau in the 1950's.
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Sun Microsystems said Thursday that it's changing its ticker from "SUNW" to "JAVA" effective Aug. 27.
Deutsche Bank reports that Palm is delaying the Foleo companion device, which was supposed to hit stores this week. The big question: Does anyone (outside of the three of you that are going to buy one) care?
Intuit reported its fiscal fourth quarter results and detailed more than a few moving parts. Moving part 1: CEO Steve Bennett is stepping down.
From the what did you expect department, the Wall Street Journal reports on Facebook developing a targeted ad system, similar to what Google, Yahoo and Microsoft are doing to generate higher pricing and tens of billions in revenue.
Notable headlines:David Morgenstern: The real question about Mac security. Ryan Naraine: Trend Micro, Zone Labs, ClamAV join list of insecure security products.
AMD's Henri Richard is resigning from his position as executive vice president and chief sales and marketing officer, according to report in Hexus.net and confirmed by news.
In the latest CIO Vision Series interview, I talk with John Payne, CIO of San Francisco International Airport, about the day-to-day security challenges he faces running IT for the airport. He also discusses the airport’s green strategy, disaster recovery scenarios, deploying SOA and tech innovations that will improve the services for travelers, concessionaires and the various government agencies policing one of the world's busiest airports.
Semiconductor sales are expected to grow at a 4.8 percent clip in 2007 with revenue gains approaching 8.
Trying to do just a smidge of research on Google's YouTube ad experiment and discovered Google's official blogs are down.Anyone else getting this?