Microsoft officials (finally) denied this week that the company will be rolling out a Zune phone at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January. But they didn't deny they have something called "Zune Mobile" up their sleeves.
Two days ago I blogged about the proliferation of crapware on the App Store after Craig Hockenberry (IconFactory) wrote a scathing open letter to Steve Jobs.This time App Cubby developer David Barnard writes about the financial realities of the App Store – posting actual numbers from the App Cubby bank account.
The company will offer Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop to business and education customers, and will expand its virtualised browsing software
SaaS providers rely on the stickiness of their services to keep customers renewing time after time. Will they remain viable if renewals get harder to win?
Funny thing, how Sam Zell didn’t come hat in hand to Washington, D.C.
The lines of features, functionality, and price are blurring between cellphones and smartphones, but there are still many cellphones (check out my free phones and feature phones Holiday Guides) that are very good at serving as a phone that the majority of the people are looking for. Jeremy Toeman put together a good article that list how you can use even your current feature phone as a smartphone for many tasks that I think meet the mass market needs. I am reviewing the Motorola ZN5 and T-Mobile Behold and have to say there is some appeal to a standard cellphone.
Security measures and other IT controls don’t work unless they’re implemented consistently, predictably, and with integrity. The IT audit director develops and schedules internal audits to measure and...
AT&T said Friday that it has closed its Wayport acquisition, which allows it to build out its Wi-Fi network. In addition, the telecom giant said that it "is nearing completion" of its project to convert Starbucks locations to AT&T's Wi-Fi service.
Cisco may have defenses in fact, and it may seek to argue the law. Either way its image still takes a hit, just as it is trying to gain wider public acceptance
Weather Update 1/7/09: Due to the coming snow storm and our concern for your safety, the town hall will be held via phone conference. The dial-in phone information will be emailed to everyone who registered.
Google has put a big target on its back here, and every gunslinger in the world is going to be working to take them down.
If you're buying someone on your holiday gift list some sort of electronic gadget, I'm giving you the greenlight to be a pain with your retailer or the product manufacturer about doublechecking the green credentials. I'm usually pretty undemanding when it comes to my own purchases because I am really bad at shopping, but this year, I'm going to insist on giving green.
Barack Obama has his scalpel poised over NASA's Constellation program and NASA Administrator Mike Griffin is fighting back, engaged in a no-holds barred campaign to save his baby, the Orlando Sentinel reports.fdIn a heated 40-minute conversation last week with Lori Garver, a former NASA associate administrator who heads the space transition team, a red-faced Griffin demanded to speak directly to Obama, according to witnesses.
This could be one of those really bloody days on Wall Street, given the implosion of the rescue of automakers, piled on top of all the credit/economy/general weakness of nerves that the events of the last 18 months have spawned.So it's interesting to find that traders on the Financial Times' market prediction game are strangely optimistic.
PricewaterhouseCoopers and security vendor Finjan expect insider fraud and cybercrime to rise as IT jobs are lost.
Alcatel-Lucent on Friday unveiled its latest restructuring plan complete with layoffs and a rip off of Cisco's spiel about Web 2.0 technologies.
China-based PC and gadget manufacturer Lenovo on Thursday confirmed that it was talking to "independent third parties" about potential acquisitions and investments.
Despite Communications Minister Stephen Conroy's assurances to the contrary, in my crystal ball I'm seeing a broadband price rise coming to millions of Australians once the National Broadband Network has been built.
Kevin Rudd's department has advertised for a top-level security-focused chief information officer to oversee the technology aspects of its national security strategy.