Profile of Michael Singer
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Articles by Michael Singer
posted in April 2007
Projects like Search Inside The Music, Snapp Radio, and MailFinder could help researchers understand how to build a better server cluster architecture.
The company's investment in its Live-Star project could translate into improved software and security distribution models.
Good question. Are Solaris, Sparc,and tape storage gaining momentum? Are you buying Sun products?
The 7.04 server and desktop edition includes a Java boost from Sun Microsystems and a vote of confidence from PC magnate Michael Dell.
Microsoft may not have been at the forefront of creating social networks, but the Windows company is ready to lift the lid on a conversation with the new architects of Web 2.0.
With all of the chatter about Web 2.0 for the desktop, it was great to hear progress is being made so mobile platforms can share in the mashup love.
Salesforce.com, Kapow, and Mashery debate the best way to build a profitable market with Web 2.0-based applications.
It's all about collaboration, but don't throw out your Microsoft Office or IBM Lotus system just yet, Google, Zimbra, and SocialText argue.
They're relatively unknown now, but if you're a Young Digerati or a Bohemian Mix, a new survey suggests you already know and use them.
Open standards and developer outreach are critical now to combining "killer apps" and giving customers must-have products, a panel suggests.
Six companies join hands on SuiteTwo, an Intel-funded Web 2.0 platform.
The speech recognition company launches a mobile application for local business search only a month after it said it would be acquired by Microsoft.
Will the technology purchase lead the way for a Sun Phone? Let's just say that Jonathan Schwartz would love to grab more of that mobile subscription cash.
Dell says its super-energy-efficient rack servers based on multicore processors provide 15% more output for less wattage than rack systems designed by IBM or HP.