Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Next-gen Windows: Most wanted features emerge. Larry Dignan: Next-gen Windows features and the fallout.
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Comcast is in a tough spot: It has to upgrade its network to compete with incoming competition from Verizon FioS. But to do those upgrades it has to have outages.
Mashup Camp (and Mashup University) at the Computer History Museum in Silicon Valley are just around the corner. I'm heading out to Mountain View on Saturday to put the finishing touches on the event.
The iPhone is becoming the latest check-off item for developers of business applicaitons. NetSuite plans to launch SuitePhone, a version of its on demand, integrated business applications suite for the iPhone.
Mary Jo Foley's reports a list of the more popular features that testers are requesting for the next version of Windows. This select group has been asked to provide feedback on Windows.
Infosys Technologies reported its fiscal first quarter results on Wednesday and provided a few notable data points on the state of offshore outsourcing. First off, Infosys was dinged a bit by the strength of India's currency, the Rupee vs.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Apple plugs eight more QuickTime holes. Patch Watch: Critical updates from Adobe, Cisco, Symantec, McAfee.
Motorola issued a profit warning Wednesday and the latest misstep can't be good for the tenure of CEO Ed Zander. The latest stumble: Motorola sees second quarter sales of $8.
Guest post: AccMan blogger and deep thinker on enterprise software Dennis Howlett ponders Microsoft's next move. He's an Enterprise Irregular:One of the less talked about pieces to come out of Microsoft's World Wide Partner Conference was the understated announcement that the Redmond Giant is readying to roll out Dynamics Entrepreneur Edition.
Mozilla plans on releasing a pre-beta version of Firefox 3 every six weeks or so. Just don't expect a beta to come before Mozilla is happy with the browser.