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Articles by Laurie Sullivan
posted in August 2005
The Hewlett-Packard workstations will offer artists faster rendering, and provide the force behind Lucasfilm's Star Wars video games, animated television series Clone Wars, and future movies.
Podcasting's origin is in Web radio and audio blogs. Now companies like IBM, Oracle, and Purina are using podcasting to hawk their wares, and Absolut Spirits is placing ads within podcasts.
G2 Microsystems makes radio-frequency identification chips for managing and tracking mobile devices using Wi-Fi networks.
Notably absent from the group are two big players, Intermec and Samsys
NASA mission specialist Steve Robinson sent the podcast from a test flight on the Space Shuttle Discovery.
The vendor has kicked off a series of podcasts designed to share its technology visions for the future with investors and customers.
Twenty vendors working with RFID have formed an intellectual-property licensing consortium to simplify management of and access to RFID patents.
TomorrowNow subsidiary hires senior support engineer from Oracle as it expands its PeopleSoft application-maintenance services.
The century-old icon of grape juice and jelly is in the midst of a multiyear replacement of its mainframe-based IT infrastructure.
Compuware subsidiary, created by automakers, has signed on a health insurer
The portal, formed by automakers, has signed on Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan.
It's SSA's 10th acquisition since 2001.
TrueDemand was founded by leading names in the supply-chain business and plans to start shipping its software in September.