Global IPTV: $19 Billion Market By 2012
Driving the increase is growing consumer demand for video, as well as the entry of new content providers such as YouTube and Joost, according to a new Gartner survey.
Oracle Teams With HP On Database Hardware
Oracle in tandem with HP is bringing out its first hardware product, a database machine, which Oracle CEO Larry Ellison says is suitable for high end, high performance data warehouses.
Amazon's IMDb Now Showing Free Movies
The site has begun showing more than 6,000 feature films and television shows submitted by CBS, Hulu.com, Sony Pictures Television, and more than 500 independent filmmakers.
IW500: Harrah's Places Its Bet On IT
The $10.8 billion resort and gaming company outlines ways to grow by providing new services, during a discussion at the InformationWeek 500 Conference.
Panorama Adds Flash UI To Online Analytics
Panorama's latest technology uses Adobe Systems' Flash to add animation and graphics to the user interface to guide users through each step of the data analysis operations.
Special Report: Business Intelligence Gets Smart
From desktop integration and BI services to smart applications and SaaS offerings, here are the trends top companies are incorporating in their BI initiatives, and what you can learn from them.
EA's 'Spore' Set For Earthwide Launch
The game is expected to open up a new revenue stream built on millions of micro-transactions from players buying virtual clothes and accessories for their creatures.
Interop New York: The Ultimate A-To- Z Guide
Interop New York, the East Coast's largest business technology conference and exhibition, runs September 15 through 19th at the Jacob K Javits Center in Midtown Manhattan. Here's an alphabetical guide to key events, activities and entertainment inside and outside the show.
Microsoft Preps Mobile App Store
Job postings indicate the company will launch a mobile application store, dubbed Skymarket, with the launch of Windows Mobile 7.
Google Introduces A Browser Called Chrome
As an alternative to Microsoft IE and Firefox, Chrome can have multiple Web applications open in different browser tabs without cross-application security risks, Google says.