By Dan Farber
for Between the Lines
| October 26, 2006 -- 14:34 GMT (07:34 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
Mozilla's Firefox 70 is out: Privacy reports reveal whose cookies are tracking you
Mozilla doubles down on privacy to counter confusing online third-party tracking consent forms.
Facebook antitrust probe now has the backing of 47 attorney generals
The investigation initially only had support from the attorney generals of eight states.
Bill McDermott named ServiceNow CEO days after leaving SAP
McDermott will replace John Donahoe, who is stepping down from his role leading ServiceNow to become the CEO of Nike.
Porting numbers between T-Mobile and AT&T is a Halloween nightmare
Moving your phone service from one wireless carrier to another shouldn't be a horror show.
Whistleblower detonates a written bomb inside a recovering Infosys
Tim Cook becomes chairman of Beijing university's advisory board: Report
It follows Apple drawing fire from US and Hong Kong government officials for its activities in China.
Trend Micro picks up Cloud Conformity for $70 million
The deal will see all Cloud Conformity staff and customers join Trend Micro.
Gartner IT Symposium/Xpo: Geopolitics, economics and digital giants to have biggest impact on organizations
CIOs can succeed if they focus on a blend of traditional and digital issues for their organizations.
Windows 10 1909 and 1903: These are our new CPU requirements, says Microsoft
The 1909, 1903 updates support up to Snapdragon 850, 8cx, and Intel Comet Lake CPUs on new devices.