Apple Tweaks App Store Policies
The company is hoping to stop shady developers from propping up their applications with fake reviews, as well as keep users who haven't tried it from posting negative reviews.
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.
Android 1.0 SDK Released
Getting developers and programmers to create innovative products will be key for Android's success.
Google Chrome's Shine Is Fading
Many analysts believe that Google is not interested in waging a market-share battle with rivals, but launched Chrome to compete with Microsoft's Office software suite.
How Does T-Mobile's Google G1 Stack Up?
We review several features available in the first Android-powered handset that could make it a hit in the enterprise and viable alternative to the BlackBerry or iPhone.
Google's Android Era Set To Begin
T-Mobile's imminent launch of its Android-powered mobile phone has the potential to disrupt, although questions about the Linux-based open source platform remain.
Microsoft Wants Your 'I'm A PC' Story
Windows users can upload their stories to Microsoft's Web site and possibly see them displayed on the giant video board in New York City's Times Square.
Microsoft Drops Seinfeld For Its Own PC Guy
The latest ad in Microsoft's $300 million Windows campaign features PC users from all walks of life, including a Microsoft engineer who mimics Apple pitchman John Hodgeman.
Data Warehouse Market Heats Up
Teradata, Netezza, and Infobright tried to differentiate their offerings this week with new price points, specialized appliances, and open-source software.
Apple Patent Describes 'Throw' Command
The patent application suggests that on the desktop, the user would select an object and then enter "CTRL-T" followed by an "Up-Arrow" command to launch a file toward a sort bucket.