On today's podcast:Has Dell kicked the crapware habit?iPhone developer camp set for July 6-8.
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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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In the past few days, Yahoo has shuffled the management deck and added Rivals.com to its portfolio.
While Yahoo's acquisition of college and high school sports site Rivals.com is a move to boost community and the content on Yahoo Sports don't underestimate the impact on Yahoo's local reach.
Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Skeletons in Microsoft's Patch Day closet.Adrian Kingsley-Hughes: Media support in Ubuntu 7.
A district court of appeals has upheld a lower court ruling that denied access to the source code of he iVotronic touch-screen systems made by Elections Systems & Software in a contested election for a Florida U.S.
InfoWorld and Baseline have overviews of announcements made at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston this week.
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.