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Twitter Launches 'Who To Follow' Feature
News  |  7/30/2010
"Suggestions for You" is based on algorithms built by the site's user relevance team to help users find others with similar interests.
Zend Launches PHP Subscription
News  |  7/30/2010
Aimed at cloud-based applications, the Zend Unlimited Subscription allows customers as many instances as they want without the need to calculate licensing.
HP Unveils Mini Tower Desktop PC
News  |  7/30/2010
The sub-$600 Pro 3130 is targeted to professionals and knowledge workers in small to midsize companies with expansion options for power users.
The Return of Business ByDesign and the Future of On-Demand ERP
Commentary  |  7/30/2010
It's tough being SAP's Business ByDesign in an unforgiving market. Having been launched and then pulled back, redesigned and then offered back to a market that is a little more jaded and a lot more cautious... the ByD team is facing an almost unprecedented quantity of challenge, skepticism, and even ridicule.
Barnes & Noble Pushes Nook, Expands Store Presence
News  |  7/30/2010
Nook-dedicated "boutiques" with staffed demonstration tables featuring demo models, video displays and accessories will occupy a prominent space in B&N stores starting this fall.
Sourcefire Slams Open Source IDS Suricata
News  |  7/30/2010
Matt Olney expressed disappointment with the Open Information Security Foundation's efforts, and touted Razorback, Sourcefire's open source analysis and detection engine, as truly innovative.
Intel, AMD Gain In Graphics Market, Nvidia Declines
News  |  7/30/2010
Nvidia lost market share in every segment except notebook integrated graphics, while AMD had the biggest gains in both discrete and integrated desktop chips according to Jon Peddie Research.
Samsung's Record Profits Driven By Chips, LCD
News  |  7/30/2010
Mobile phone sales were up 22% in the second quarter, but average unit price declined as did operating profit from Samsung's telecommunications unit.
Web Apps For Sale Without Censorship
News  |  7/30/2010
OpenAppMkt.com offers a place to distribute and sell Web apps without an Apple-style approval process.
FAA NextGen Criticized For Poor Performance Tracking
News  |  7/30/2010
A General Accountability Office report has found the FAA project to overhaul the U.S. air-traffic control system lacks performance metrics and outcome-based goals.
4G To Drive Wireless Infrastructure Spending Rebound
News  |  7/30/2010
Carriers deploying LTE 4G networks is expected to spur global capital spending on wireless infrastructure in 2011 after two years of declines, according to iSuppli.
Email Beats Social Media For Grabbing Consumers' Attention
News  |  7/30/2010
Most consumers prefer to receive email notifications of ads and special deals, despite the current emphasis on social media marketing campaigns, according to an Econsultancy study.
Global CIO: The CEO Of The Year Is SAP's Bill McDermott
Commentary  |  7/30/2010
With co-CEO Jim Snabe, McDermott's set a vibrant new strategy, restored growth and profitability, and exorcised some wicked demons and ghosts.
IBM Remains On U.S. Antitrust Watch
News  |  7/30/2010
DOJ investigation into Big Blue 's mainframe licensing policies ongoing even as European authorities ramp up their own probe.
Apple Developing Social Fashion Shopping Technology
News  |  7/30/2010
Shoppers with iOS devices may soon have access to an Apple Virtual Closet that will facilitate buying, sharing, and washing clothes.
Oracle Sued By Justice Department For Fraud
News  |  7/29/2010
The suit contends Oracle misrepresented its commercial sales practices to give government customers deals inferior to those offered to commercial customers.
The Cloud's Proliferating Open Source APIs
Commentary  |  7/29/2010
In June, Red Hat moved its Deltacloud open source project into the Apache Software Foundation's incubator. In July, Rackspace made its Cloud Files code open source and will collaborate with partners in the OpenStack project. The Open Cloud Standards Incubator at the DMTF is producing another set. Isn't this just too much open source?
Microsoft Office 2010 Collaboration User's Guide
Features  |  7/29/2010
Tips for collaborating via the new co-authoring and virtual presence features Microsoft has built into its Office 2010 suite, to kick your teamwork into high gear.
Amazon CTO Counters Eli Lilly Rumors Via Twitter
News  |  7/29/2010
Werner Vogels used the micro blogging service to respond to reports that Eli Lilly, a leading EC2 customer, was "dumping" Amazon Web Services.
YouTube Promises 15 Minutes Of Fame
News  |  7/29/2010
To mark an increase in allowable running time for non-partner videos, YouTube says it will promote a handful of video makers.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking Improves Speech Recognition
News  |  7/29/2010
Nuance Communications claims version 11 reduces set-up time required to 'train' the software to your spoken voice and boosts accuracy up to 15%.
GAO Launches Mobile Website
News  |  7/29/2010
Responding to the growing trend of accessing content on mobile devices, the Government Accountability Office reports are now accessible to BlackBerry, iPhone, Android and other mobile device users.
Amazon Launches $139 Wi-Fi Kindle
News  |  7/29/2010
The Wi-Fi only electronic reader and a $189 third generation model of the original Kindle with Wi-Fi and 3G are Amazon's latest bid to spur digital book sales.
NOAA Supercomputer Tapped For Climate Change Research
News  |  7/29/2010
Housed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the 14-cabinet, 260-teraflop system is the most powerful supercomputer operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association.
Juniper Networks To Acquire SMobile For $70 Million
News  |  7/29/2010
Adding SMobile's Junos Pulse software platform for smartphones, tablets, netbooks and notebooks, helps position Juniper to better compete in the mobile client security market.
Black Hat: Android, iPhone App Data Risks Overlooked
News  |  7/29/2010
A survey of mobile app security for iPhone and Android reveals that information disclosure isn't always obvious.
Radio Shack Revenues Top $1 Billion
News  |  7/29/2010
An emphasis on mobile products, including a successful wireless kiosk program in Target stores, helped drive $53 million in profits for the second quarter.
Google Ramping Games Business
News  |  7/29/2010
Discussions with online gaming companies and a job listing for a games project manager suggest Google is prepping its Facebook-competing social network.
Oracle Patches Bug Crashing Eclipse
News  |  7/29/2010
Changing the company field name from Sun to Oracle in latest Java update caused the Eclipse software development environment to fail.
Defense Agency Expands Cloud Computing
News  |  7/29/2010
Platform-as-a-service, Microsoft Office, and SharePoint may be delivered to military agencies from the Defense Information Systems Agency's private cloud.
Mariposa Botnet Creator Arrested
News  |  7/29/2010
Developer of the malware, used to create almost 10,000 unique pieces of malicious software, was busted in Slovenia.
Motorola Mobile Devices Generate $87 Million Profit
News  |  7/29/2010
Focus remains on the recovery of Motorola's mobile phone operations as the company preps for a split early next year.
Oracle Out, Google In At Berkeley Lab
News  |  7/29/2010
4,000 employees at DOE research facility will have new calendaring system when they show up for work Monday.
Black Hat Warning: ATMs At Risk
News  |  7/29/2010
Barnaby Jack of IOActive demonstrated attacks that would allow a criminal to compromise ATMs.
Microsoft Launches Office For Mac 2011 Video
News  |  7/28/2010
The marketing video highlights user interface enhancements, including a new ribbon that presents users with the commonly used controls, the template gallery and email improvements.
Global CIO: IBM Attacked By EU Anti-Capitalists & IT Washouts
Commentary  |  7/28/2010
Two tiny makers of mainframe knockoffs are joining forces with the always-eager EU to try to browbeat IBM into unearned submission.
Facebook Launches Q&A Service
News  |  7/28/2010
Facebook Questions, launched in a limited beta, allows crowdsourcing of answers to questions on any topic from the 500 million users of the social network.
Google Fights Android Piracy
News  |  7/28/2010
A new licensing service for Android apps aims to limit misuse.
EnterpriseDB Upgrades Postgres Plus Advanced Server
News  |  7/28/2010
The 8.4 version includes protection against SQL injection attacks and compatibility features to make it easier to migrate Oracle applications.
Google Pitches Wave For Health Records
News  |  7/28/2010
Wave's auditable multi-user collaboration turns out to be well-suited for health records, as long as patients don't mind a bit less privacy.
Slideshow: Top 10 Tech Newsmakers Of 2010
Slideshows  |  7/28/2010
These individuals and companies involved in the most significant news stories so far this year. Here's of list of the people and businesses who are making waves in the tech pool.
Black Hat: 'App Genome' Exposes Smartphone Risks
News  |  7/28/2010
Researchers from Lookout will present their findings thus far in study of freebie Android, iPhone apps.
White House To Review High-Risk IT Projects
News  |  7/28/2010
As part of its effort to improve IT project management across federal agencies, OMB will require that designated projects devise improvement plans and get executive backing.
Apple Safari 5.01 Fixes Security, Adds Extensions
News  |  7/28/2010
An update to Apple's Safari Web addresses longstanding complaints about the difficulty of Safari plugin development.
What To Do About False-Positive Alerts, Non-Collaborative BI and Inaccurate Metrics
Commentary  |  7/28/2010
"Push" alerting technology could be much more granular and useful, but is being held back by the problem of false positives. Metrics passed down from on high didn't work too well in Stalin's USSR, and haven't improved sufficiently since. A piece of the solution to both problems is an engine for setting and modifying metrics definitions.
Oracle Exadata V2 Customer Tells All
Commentary  |  7/28/2010
I've been encouraging Oracle to serve up Exadata reference customers instead of sales pipeline claims. The company has delivered, setting up an interview with Paris-based financial services giant BNP Paribas. Jim Duffy, the company's data warehouse architect, went into great detail about the deployment. Here are a few highlights...
Adobe To Acquire Day Software For $240 Million
News  |  7/28/2010
Day's web content management, digital asset management, and social collaboration tools will be integrated with Adobe's digital enterprise division.
Sina Opens Microblog Platform
News  |  7/28/2010
Twitter-style rapid information sharing faces an uphill battle with China's government censors.
Microsoft Slams Google-Yahoo Japan Deal
News  |  7/28/2010
Redmond says pact would reduce the number of online advertising platforms in the country to one.
Red Hat Deltacloud Joins Apache Software Foundation
News  |  7/27/2010
Deltacloud APIs work with the NASA Nebula cloud engine and converts it into an alternative open source project.
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