Now, with the election over, you'd think that things over at the JohnKerry.com Web site might have quieted down.
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Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
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I attended the Churchhill Club's forum last night, entitled Silicon Valley's New Century Leaders. New York Times reporter John Markoff led a discussion with the "leaders": Charles E.
This month, MIT's publication Technology Review introduced a new design with a host of changes, including the addition of some new sections that the...
If you look around, you'll notice that health care is inching its way to the brink of a major technology overhaul. According to The New York Times (thanks to IT Facts, our sister blog, for pointed it out) yesterday, a group of 13 health and information technology organizations gave the Bush administration recommendations for a road map that encourage doctors, hospitals, and insurers to invest in modern information technology.
Now that Oracle has PeopleSoft in its pocket, SAP has responded, albeit modestly, with the acquisition of TomorrowNow, a...
Every time I see the brand name Centrino pop up in the news, my blood begins to boil. Here's why.
Serendipitiously, just when big media and grass roots journalists (akabloggers) are coming under fire for a variety of transgressions incredibility, has a multimedia publish-and subscribe technology known as podcasting come to therescue, enabling journalists to broadcast new "transparency channels"that prove their credibility?
eWeek has a story about...
SuperSite for Windows publisher Paul Thurrott is saying that, beginnining in May 2006, Microsoft will start to trickle out what will amount to seven...
Reports are circulating on the Web about a project called "Operation Open Gates," which is a consortium to be announced on January 25th by the Open Source Development labs (OSDL). As first reported on LinuxBusinessWeek last Friday, OSDL, IBM and Intel are to purportedly "rewrite the components in the Linux kernel that, it has been alleged, tread on other people's IP - or at least the 27 Microsoft patents that Linux supposedly infringes.