Virtualization promises to reduce capital and operational expenditures through virtualization supply-side economics…add more VMs, retire more hardware, save more money. But how much exactly?
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One of the more annoying things about the Safari Beta 3 is the inability to add search providers to the search box in the top right. At least there's a good reason for limiting choice: Money.
On today's podcast we zoom in on WWDC. It's interesting to see how perceptions change the day after Steve Jobs speaks.
A Louisville Courier-Journal sports reporter collided with NCAA policies. Brian Bennett was live blogging in detail a baseball game between the University of Louisville and Oklahoma State, and had his press credential revoked by a NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) representative, citing the organization's policy prohibiting real-time updates on the Web from selected events.
Yahoo will hold its annual shareholder meeting and the agenda includes some discontent, some Terry Semel bashing and various proposals urging the company to take a bigger stand on free speech. The shareholder meeting, which will be webcast beginning at 10 a.
Notable headlines:WWDC coverage:Jason O'Grady says developers stiffed: Apple lulls developers to sleep at hardware-less WWDC. Beta Nazi: No Leopard for you.
Sun has been earthquake testing its datacenter housed in a shipping container--Project Blackbox--at the University of San Diego (UCSD), which has a “shake table,” more formally known as a Seismic Response Modification Device.The video shows Project Blackbox shocked by a 6.
Apple is bringing its Safari browser to Windows (see Larry's review of the beta). It's a logical extension of Apple's embrace and extend Windows, which began with iTunes.
Video: At the WWDC conference at San Francisco's Moscone West today, Apple CEO Steve Jobs takes the stage for his keynote address and touts new...
Among the most interesting things Apple CEO Steve Jobs outlined today was the company's move to take Safari to Windows. Why?