This month the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Genome Atlas will start receiving tissue samples which will be used to map the genetic data embedded in cancer cells. The side effect of this effort?
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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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Notable headlines: Ryan Naraine: Animated cursor attacks escalate; emergency patch coming. Microsoft knew of Windows cursor flaw since December 2006.
GigaOm's Web Worker Daily references a survey from Clearswift, a security company, indicating that the consumer, Web 2.0 Internet has a big presence in the workplace.
Red Hat reported its fiscal fourth quarter earnings on Thursday and delivered a few interesting tidbits on the conference call. Stephen Shankland has the financials covered so let's go right to the takeaways from the SeekingAlpha transcript: 1.
Dell has been building custom designed servers for customers that are creating new data center architectures in an attempt to cut cooling costs. Forrest Norrod, vice president and general manager data center solutions, said in an interview that Dell is custom designing gear for a handful of customers "willing to try different things.
A Cingular, now an AT&T Wireless, sales rep has apparently spilled the beans on iPhone's release date. News.
Ryan Naraine: Microsoft confirms Windows zero-day, drive-by exploits. Microsoft's security advisory.
San Francisco Giants' CIO, Bill Schlough, shows me baseball's second largest high-definition monitor. The Mitsubishi Diamond Vision HD (720p) screen at the Giants' AT&T Park has more than 3 million LEDs and stands 103 feet wide and about 31 feet wide.
Dell said it will delay its annual report as it has found "a number of accounting errors, evidence of misconduct, and deficiencies in the financial control environment."The delayed report with the Securities and Exchange Commission is the latest in a series of issues facing Dell.
The early word on Yahoo's Panama ad system has been good. Perhaps too good, according to one analyst.