By Dan Farber
for Between the Lines
| June 25, 2004 -- 11:23 GMT (04:23 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Mozilla CTO offers glimpse of Firefox's future
Top social networking sites in US in February 2007
Ray Ozzie bringing 'syncromesh' to the Web
Transition time at ZDNet
Commonwealth Bank: Australia is well-positioned to be a leader in cyber
Google's public image disconnect: Smart engineers and dumb algorithms
Google's search technologies struggle to identify original news stories.
UNSW professor wants to see more 'rascals' taking up cyber
Calling out those who are willing to question the status quo and change the way cybersecurity is taught at Australian education institutions.
NZ government hands out an extra NZ$9m to support 'deep tech' incubators
The amount is on top of the existing NZ$25.5 million that was allocated under the 2019 Budget to the New Zealand Technology Incubator program.
Australian Computer Society splashes out on four data-driven industry associations
The acquisition aligns with the society's 2017-2022 strategy.
Google, Amazon make sweeping renewable energy commitments
It’s time to reinvent mapping for the physical future
The mapping industry has been stuck with closed data systems that hamper progress towards the real-time, physical world future.
Microsoft: Cyberattacks now the top risk, say businesses
Business leaders have grown more nervous about cyberattacks over the past two years.
Bill Gates: Don't break up tech giants, it won't stop anticompetitive behavior
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates thinks breaking up tech giants isn't an effective answer to antitrust concerns.