Verizon Reveals App Store Details
Developers will get to keep 70% of the revenue from sold apps, and Verizon said it will aim for a more transparent approval process than Apple's App Store.
Apple Nixes Google Voice From iPhone
The App Store won't carry Google's app that lets users send free text messages, make inexpensive long-distance calls, and funnel multiple phone numbers to a single number.
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GM Prepares For New CIO
Ralph Szygenda's incoming successor, Terry Kline, will have to prove he's a tough negotiator with IT providers, at a time when the troubled automaker is at its most vulnerable.
Introducing The IT Management How-To Center
There comes a time in every company's growth when it becomes clear that the IT infrastructure - PCs, servers, storage, printers, e-mail, software, and much more - can no longer be managed on ad hoc basis.
BMC Software Sees Hybrid Clouds On Horizon
Seeking to manage virtual machines in the cloud from the same management console as on-premises VMs, BMC is enabling internal data centers to work with external resources.
Business Is Booming For Managed-Service Vendors
No small business wants to get stuck in a relationship with an IT vendor that goes belly-up on them. When it comes to dealing with managed-service providers, however, the economic risks may be lower than you think.
Groups Seek Cloud Computing Standards
A number of bodies jointly seek standardization in areas including security, management frameworks, data exchange formats, and cloud taxonomies and reference models.
Google Apps Finally Exits Beta
New features and services could make the Apps more appealing to corporate customers and easier for administrators to handle.
Sprint Offers $1 Netbook
Sprint is not the first mobile operator to subsidize a netbook in order to sell mobile data contracts, but it is the first to do so at such an aggressive price point.
CompuServe Shuttered By AOL
The first major commercial online service gave many consumers their initial exposure to e-mail and Internet connectivity.