Web Video: Make It YourTube
The Internet has made video accessible to everyone, including your competition. It's time to jump in, and we'll show you how to do it.
Wii Fit Launched In U.S.
The Nintendo video game encourages physical fitness by letting users ride a virtual snowboard, do yoga, twirl virtual hula hoops, and do other exercises.
AIIM Recommending Retention Of More Mail: Another Reason To Stop Insourcing E-Mail Systems?
AIIM, the Association for Information and Image Management now also known as the Enterprise Content Management Association, says its research demonstrates the increasing degree to which important business documents (let's call them "needles") can get lost in the e-mail "haystack." They might be in there. They're just impossible to find. According to AIIM's press release on the matter, one of the culprits is an insufficient e-mail retentio
How To Run Linux From A USB Flash Drive
Want to run Linux any time, any place? Here's what to do with popular distributions like Puppy Linux, Ubuntu, and Fedora, so you can boot up directly from your thumb drive.
Yes, It's Time To Destroy Your E-Mail Servers. What App Is Next?
If running your car on corn oil were possible, the car got 100 miles per gallon on corn oil, and corn oil was 25 cents per gallon, plentiful, and the use of corn oil meant you never had to take the engine in for a tune-up, what sort of rationale would you use to fool yourself that you still needed a fossil fuel-powered car? It's the same rationale that many businesses are using today to justify....
Consumers Cold To Blu-Ray Players
Only 9% of non-Blu-ray player owners say they are likely to buy a Blu-ray disc player within the next year, according to a Harris Interactive survey.
HP Outsources Outsourcing To EDS
HP has been trying to grow its IT services business for years, without a lot of success. Will the acquisition of EDS let it better compete with IBM for big contracts?
DARPA Plans Cyberwar 'Matrix'
The agency's National Cyber Range for cyberwar simulation would be similar to Star Trek's holodeck or a Snow Crash-style Metaverse.
Grand Theft Auto Reaps Record Sales
About 6 million copies of the game have been sold worldwide, which marks a retail value of more than $500 million, in its first week of release.