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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.
Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and SmartPlanet as well as Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic.
Rachel King is a staff writer for ZDNet based in San Francisco.
SuperSite for Windows publisher Paul Thurrott is saying that, beginnining in May 2006, Microsoft will start to trickle out what will amount to seven...
Reports are circulating on the Web about a project called "Operation Open Gates," which is a consortium to be announced on January 25th by the Open Source Development labs (OSDL). As first reported on LinuxBusinessWeek last Friday, OSDL, IBM and Intel are to purportedly "rewrite the components in the Linux kernel that, it has been alleged, tread on other people's IP - or at least the 27 Microsoft patents that Linux supposedly infringes.
InfoWorld has a report that Red Hat plans to announce Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 4.0 at the February edition of LinuxWorld in Boston.
Audible.com has inked a deal with the National Football League to make MP3-based recordings of its games available to NFL fans that want to listen to time-shifted broadcasts of their favorite games on an MP3-capable device (computer, iPod, cell phones, handhelds, etc.
Larry Ellison just finished outlining the future of Oracle/PeopleSoft. While he promised to support PeopleSoft/J.
Adam Bosworth, Google vice-president of...
HP has taken another critical step in its unified architecture plans.
The ZDNet Research team has a new blog covering interesting findings from our in-house efforts.
In Sun President Jonathan Schwartz's latest blog entry, he used the medium to castigate IBM for standing in the way of Solaris 10 deployments in large financial services companies: But what's been really interesting is noticing who's not necessarily been so supportive of helping us drive more opportunity with our financial services customers: IBM.