InfoWorld and Baseline have overviews of announcements made at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston this week.
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Verizon said Wednesday that it has 1 million FiOS Internet customers and nearly 500,000 FiOS TV viewers.The disclosure was made at the NXTcomm Conference (see Russell Shaw's blog coverage).
Researchers at Purdue University have completed a computing simulation to detail what likely happened to the World Trade Center when an airline struck the North Tower in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attack.
United Airlines said Wednesday that it experienced a computer outage across its entire systems.The outage occurred between 8 a.
The Wall Street Journal reports that some companies are using Second Life for job interviews. Uh oh, I may have to take back all of those critical Second Life comments.
Two A Day says ZDNet just hates Apple and the iPhone--before it's even out. And in a nice display of doing homework the author cites more than 50 negative articles about iPhone in a week.
Legacies in business are made by buying low and selling high. The asset swapped doesn't matter.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to address Google search complaint in Vista SP1. Microsoft agrees to change Vista desktop search.
Google acquired the last piece of its Google Office puzzle. Google bought Zenter, a company that creates online slide presentations.
In mapping out the online office suite landscape, Zoho stood out as the most expansive and ambitious undertaking. Almost every week the company makes an announcement about a new application or feature.