The latest iMac--the third incarnation, if you're keeping track--is the natural evolution of a computer that keeps getting slimmer and slimmer. The new Apple iMac G5 is still more about style than substance, according to ZDnet reviews....
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In a settlement that brings closure to the first state-filed case under the federal Can-Spam act, DC Enterprises and its principal owner, William Carson of Florida, agreed to pay $25,000 and halt further violations of the Can-Spam Act.
Two new startups have launched -- SourceLabs and SpikeSource -- aimed at supporting enterprise open source applications. Both companies say that they will offer certified and integrated LAMP and LAMPJ stacks and that they will be vendor neutral.
A September 2004 report by the National Bureau of Economic Research entitled America's High-Tech Bust found that the U.S.
AlwaysON: Ram Shriram pitches a socially responsible approach to outsourcing that addresses those laid off due to offshoring when adopted as company policy: Distinct from government policy, we propose that companies as part of their social responsibility apply a Voluntary Offshoring code of conduct.
In one of his more famous routines (Confessional, Class Clown), comedian George Carlin claims that thinking about sinning is just as incriminating as committing the sin for itself.
In his blog, Todd Bishop, a reporter for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer points...
Meet Todd Marshall.
Now that Sun has coughed up a cool $92 million to settle its intellectual property dispute with Kodak, perhaps the unofficial Java Needs to be...
Ovum's Jessica Figueras is fed up with the platform battles in the mobile device space, with the latest focused on operators who are demanding customization from reluctant handset manufacturers, as in the case of Vodafone and Nokia. Battles like these, she argues, promises few benefits for developers and enterprises who themselves would like to have some leeway for device customization.