Larry Ellison just finished outlining the future of Oracle/PeopleSoft. While he promised to support PeopleSoft/J.
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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.
My friend Charlie...
Ted Berger, director of the USC Center for Neural Engineering, has developed exquisitely sensitive acoustic analysis software capable of spotting gunshots (okay, probably not so hard), whispers, footfalls, and the sound of feet climbing a chain link fence, among other things. In conjunction with an array of microphones, the software could be used to guard unmanned borders or instantly pinpoint and report gun-related crime in urban environments.
Meet Miles Wade. From now on, when I hear about those serious missioncritical systems that are used in those heartland industries that drivethe economy, I will be thinking about Mr.
Paul Nixon, a Web...