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In an effort to break into the world of Java development, and port a Visual Basic application to Java...
In his commentary, CNET News.com's Charles Cooper sees Microsoft as a company with a slow-starter strategy that happens to be working out remarkably well.
At the Future Forward technology conference in Portsmouth, NH, Harvard B-School associate professsor and management...
IT is moving towards industrialization, says Ronald Schmelzer, a leading Web services expert and founder of ZapThink:In many ways, SOA represents the...
Beating rivals to the punch, Google released its new desktop search tool that allows people to scan through personal files and Web history stored locally on a PC in the same way they use Google to search the web.
In a move that de-emphasizes the importance of clock-speed in system performance, Intel has announced that it's withdrawing its plans to release a 4 Ghz Pentium 4 next year.
Without much fanfare, Sun Microsystems has released the Solaris x86 version of Release 2 of its Java Desktop System (JDS).
Officials in Paris have released the results of their research into the feasibility...