Server Shipments, Revenue Increase
After a two-year slump, server shipments are up more than 23% year-over-year and factory revenue increased almost 5% in the first quarter.
Yahoo, Facebook Join Google Against Viacom
In a court brief filed Wednesday, eBay, IAC, Facebook and Yahoo urged a New York federal court to dismiss Viacom's copyright infringement suit against Google-owned YouTube.
Audi Offers In Car Internet Access
The optional hotspot, available in the 2011 edition of the A8 sedan, comes with WPA2 encryption and connectivity for up to eight mobile devices.
Firefox Home Headed To iPhone
Mozilla may not be able to get Firefox approved for the iPhone but perhaps it will be able to win acceptance for its personalization and synchronization technology.
OLPC Developing $99 Tablet PC
One Laptop Per Child is emphasizing the educational value of its planned low-cost, low-power, Android-based XO tablet.
Android 2.2: Ready For Enterprise?
Google is touting its new mobile platform's business-friendly features, but licensing Microsoft's ActiveSync may not offer enough security to make Android ready to work in the enterprise.
Color Kindle Deep On Amazon Horizon
Amazon says it will compete with the iPad by targeting "serious readers" who appreciate the clarity of a black-and-white screen for displaying text.
Gov 2.0: Secrets To Social Media Success
Social media tactics to humanize government officials and call citizens to take action will foster more engagement with the public according a social media expert.
Verizon VoIP Usage Soars
Customer's use of minutes supplied by Verizon’s Global Wireless VoIP increased more than 200% last year.
FTC, FCC Reveal Complaints Filed Against Apple
Numerous complaints have been filed with the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission against Apple. They run the gamut from the iPad's lack of Flash support to the availability of adult material in the iTunes App Store, to an iPhone catching fire while charging. These documents were obtained via the Freedom Of Information Act.
Mobile PC Shipments Soar 43%
Consumer buying in the first quarter pushed laptops, netbooks, and tablets to their highest level in eight years, according to Gartner.
Pandigital Unveils Novel E-Reader
The Novel's full Web browser, e-mail app, integrated Barnes & Noble online bookstore, and $200 price tag may help it compete in a crowded marketplace.
LG Fathom Slated For Verizon
The Fathom is one of the last handsets to ship with Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.5 before it is replaced by Windows Phone 7.
CHINICT China Technology Live On TechWeb TV
The sixth annual TechStars in China event is bringing a roster of local entrepreneurs and venture capitalists to InformationWeek TV, where they will talk about tech ascendancy and the Chinese challenge to Silicon Valley. We’re streaming it live beginning Wednesday May 26 at 6pm Pacific.
HP, Alcatel-Lucent Partner For UC Solutions
Unified communications and collaboration solutions announced by HP and Alcatel-Lucent seek to tighten integration of IT and communications usage among the two companies' customers.
Search, Social, And Aggregation
Google all but admitted last week that the dominant forms of content discovery -- search and social networking -- aren't enough.
Android 2.2 Coming To Most HTC Phones
The operating system codenamed Froyo, which is expected to include tethering capabilities, will be delivered to device makers 'in the coming weeks.'