Notable headlines:George Ou: Best storage strategies for the multimedia PC.Robin Harris: Why aren't small drives cheaper?
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When I was Utah's CIO, we were preparing for the Salt Lake City Olympics. One of the IT related issues was protecting State of Utah network assets from attacks by people who might want to use the publicity of the games to make a political or social statement.
CIO Insight polled some CIOs on what Web 2.0 applications they use personally.
The fate of the human species depends on AI (Artificial Intelligence) entities far smarter than us and who aren't prone to wipe out or enslave us. That is one of the topics to be discussed by luminaries in the AI world at the Singularity Summit 2007 held at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco September 8-9.
In the yet-another-Google-phone-rumor department, Rediff.com is reporting that Google is just "a fortnight away" from launching its Google Phone.
Nokia said Friday that battery manufacturer Matsushita Battery Industrial Co. will cover the costs of a recall announced August 14 affecting 46 million devices.
Notable headlines:Ed Bott: Vista Media Center takes over the living room. Gallery (right): Using Windows Vista as a home theater hub.
This week on the Dan & David Show we discuss Sun's transformation on Wall Street. The stock price hasn't risen above $5 but the stock symbol changed from SUNW to JAVA.
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.
Sun Microsystems said Thursday that it's changing its ticker from "SUNW" to "JAVA" effective Aug. 27.