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Which came first -- Google dropping StarOffice from its Google Pack or Sun agreeing to distribute Microsoft's Live-Search-powered MSN toolbar with the Java runtime? We'll probably never know (at least until Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz blogs about it).
Richard Koman writes an interesting piece on what he sees as the impact of the current financial crisis. The extract from Jay Bhatti, cofounder of people search engine Spock caught my attention:The big players like Oracle, Sun, Microsoft and SAP … will feel an immediate impact.
Sun Microsystems demos two new JavaFX-powered applications, Photo Flocker and Movie Cloud, at its annual JavaOne Conference in San Francisco Tuesday. Rich Green, the company's executive vice president of software, shows attendees Photo Flocker, an app that allows users to search for photos by tags and display the photos in a montage. He also previews Movie Cloud, a 3D organization tool displaying dozens of HD videos at one time.
Microsoft is holding a three-hour "Searchification" event at its Silicon Valley campus on September 26 that seems like it will be the launch pad for the next version of Microsoft's Live Search service.
This week on the Dan & David Show, ZDNet Executive Editor Larry Dignan joins us to discuss Microsoft's earning, its attempts to make gains in the search arena and the impact of unleashing Vista on the world January 30. We also analyze the Sun-Intel-AMD triangle and how XenSource is stacking up against VMware.
During the Google-Sun press conference [Stephen Shankland's coverage here] [video clip here], Eric Schmidt was asked about Google’s plans to take on Microsoft in the applications space. He basically responded that Google is a search company that sells ads.
update Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer confessed the software giant's .NET interoperability efforts with IBM and Sun have slowed, says he's accepted SQL Server's shortcomings, and vowed to keep fighting search giant Google.
Right now, I'm cursing both ZDNet's search facility and Google because neither are turning up a story that I wrote several eons ago about SPARC, Intel x86 and the definition of a real standard [Update 6/10/2005: ZDNet reader Brian Green found it]. I have Sun CTO Greg Papadopoulos to thank for sending me on the wild goose chase.
Data-harvesting tool promises to present internal or Internet content faster, prettier.