Visa Gets More Personal With Data
Visa plans to roll out new, highly customized incentive and reward programs based on more detailed consumer information, including data on purchases, buying habits, and retailer loyalty.
Ajax Tools May Power Web Apps For iPhone
The developer blogger community is speculating that a handful of Ajax tools may emerge as the only entry for third parties to the iPhone, via the Safari browser window.
HP Pretexting Charges Dismissed
A judge dismissed all remaining charges at a hearing Thursday morning, during which defendants presented proof that they had completed community service they agreed to in March.
Samsung Unveils Mobile TV Chipset
Multistandard support means handset users will be able to choose which broadcasting services they want to use without changing their mobile application.
PacificNet To Sell TiVo In China
TiVo products and services would be distributed in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and other major cities through PacificNet's subsidiary iMobile.
IBM Tops List Of Fastest Supercomputers
HP leads with 40.6% of the systems, up from 31.6% in November, while IBM has 38.4%, down from 47.2%. No other vendor has more than 5% of the systems on the list.
Nvidia Gives Supercomputing A Hand
The new GPUs are meant as an alternative to having developers divide a supercomputing application among multiple CPUs, commonly made by Intel or Advanced Micro Devices.
Online Video Becoming A Habit
Watching online video is becoming a routine part of Internet-using Americans' lives, with more than half saying they watch videos online at least once a week.