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PalmOne (the hardware guys) have released the Treo 650 -- a new and improved version of the Treo 600.
Doug Millison of...
Is there a bit of foreshadowing in Sun COO/president Jonathan Schwartz's words, or, in dismissing a Financial Times commentary that Open Source is...
As if you couldn't figure this out on your own, the vast majority of consumers are ignorant about how to keep their computers secure. A study funded by America Online and the National Cyber Security Alliance sent technicians to 329 homes to inspect computers, and discovered, for example, that nearly 90 percent of the users had no inkling that their systems were plagued by spyware.
Gartner released part two of its interview with Harvard Professor Clayton Christensen on the topic of disruptive innovation (part one was released last month). In this installment, Christensen offers more strategic insight that companies can use to protect themselves from disruptive competitors.
Editor's note: A reader alerted me to the fact that the application discussed below is a Shockwave applet, not a Java application.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says a $100 PC is needed to stem piracy and make computing and the Internet accessible to populations in emerging countries...