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5 Mobility Predictions For 2010
Commentary  |  12/31/2009
Five predictions for what SMBs can expect on the mobility front in the coming year -- from Trust Digital.
Elementool Puts Project Management In Cloud
News  |  12/31/2009
The company offers software project management tools on the Web as an integrated service.
The Lighter Side of Consulting
Commentary  |  12/31/2009
The other day I ran into an old Consulting mentor of mine. Smooth, superior and self-assured, the man was Consulting Personified. But now gone were the suit and smirk, replace by sneakers, stubble and a sullen look. Could it be The Curse of the Consultant?
Microsoft Bringing Xbox Live To Windows Mobile
News  |  12/31/2009
Job posting out of Redmond indicate Microsoft is likely planning to integrate its Xbox Live online gaming platform with Windows Mobile.
U.S. Pushes For EMR Standards
News  |  12/31/2009
The proposal for widespread adoption of Electronic Medical Records standards could accelerate the disbursement of $19 billion in federal stimulus funds.
LCD TV Sales Boom Foreseen In 2010
News  |  12/31/2009
While worldwide shipments rose 1 percent this year, they're expected to ramp 22 percent to 171 million units in 2010, according to DisplaySearch.
Kingston Warns Of USB Drive Security Flaws
Commentary  |  12/31/2009
Data storage vendor Kingston recently warned customers of a flaw in several of its secure USB drives that could allow an attacker to access sensitive information.
MySQL's Former Owner Can't 'Save' It After Selling It
Commentary  |  12/30/2009
Monty Widenius continues his campaign to save MySQL from falling into Oracle's possession with a script that would have been suitable, perhaps, for the Perils of Pauline. The whole problem with "saving" MySQL at this point is that its most outspoken defenders chose to sell it to Sun, a firm on the brink of collapse.
Eleven BI/Analytics Topics for 2010
Commentary  |  12/30/2009
This time of year, we pundit types like to post our summations of the past year's developments, our Best Of lists recapping our own work, and our industry predictions for next year, for 2010. Not me, not this year. I will, however, post on the year ahead... for me, on BI and analytics topics that I plan to cover in the next few months...
WSO2 Launches Business Activity Monitor
News  |  12/30/2009
The open source monitor provides visibility into services oriented architectures through the customizable WSO2 Gadget Server dashboard.
Google Nexus One Said To Cost $530 Unlocked
News  |  12/30/2009
The HTC handset, expected to be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show next week, may represent a unified platform for the Google Android smartphone.
Nokia: Most Apple Products Violate Patents
News  |  12/30/2009
An International Trade Association complaint claims all of Apple's iPhones, iPods, and Macs infringe Nokia patents.
The Pros And Cons Of Virtualization For SMBs
Commentary  |  12/30/2009
Does virtualization really make sense for small businesses? Some experts doubt it, but I'm reluctant to offer any simple answers to this question.
AT&T Resumes Online iPhone Sales
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
AT&T has resumed sales if the iPhone in New York city via their website. I tested a few zip codes in the area and both the 3G and 3GS models are available, as well as refurbished phones. For whatever reason AT&T pulled them over the weekend from the website, they have apparently reversed course.
Remote Desktop: Now You See It, Now You Don't
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
Is it possible to use Microsoft's Remote Desktop Connection technology with Windows 7? As always, that depends upon which version of Windows 7 you're talking about.
Salesforce.com's Wizard Was Parker Harris And Team
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
Much has been recorded about the rise of Salesforce.com and how Marc Benioff's clever marketing brought the company to the forefront. Today, with its stock reaching new highs, I wanted to pay tribute to a giant of cloud computing, Parker Harris, the technology magician behind the marketing who made Benioff's story possible.
Apple Stock Falls Following Record High
News  |  12/29/2009
Investors are bullish on the products they expect Apple to intro in January, particularly the long-awaited Mac tablet.
London iPhone Problems Spotlight Network Issues
News  |  12/29/2009
O2, the United Kingdom's exclusive iPhone provider, has apologized to users for dropped calls and poor reception.
Firefox Prepares To Make Its Smartphone Debut
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
According to the BBC, the first mobile phone version of Firefox is only "days away" from release. In reality, however, most mobile users at small and midsize companies will be in for a much longer wait.
Oracle Lifts Cloud Over MySQL Storage Engine Vendors
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
Earlier this month, Oracle put out a press release promising to play nicely with MySQL if its Sun takeover is approved... Point #2 is the biggie, lifting a major cloud from the MySQL storage engine business.
MyYearbook Speeds Web Responses
News  |  12/29/2009
EXtremeDB, McObject's in-memory, object-oriented database, helps MyYearbook meet the high performance demands of the social networking site.
Intelligent Enterprise 2010 Event Calendar
News  |  12/29/2009
If it's about information management, business intelligence, enterprise applications, processes or architecture, it's listed in our annual guide to technology events. Make your plans for the can't-miss conferences, expos and summits of 2010.
Ford Vehicles To Get iTunes Tagging
News  |  12/29/2009
The capability will be part of Ford's HD Radio, which also offers digital radio reception and Internet radio over Bluetooth.
AT&T Resumes NY iPhone Sales
News  |  12/29/2009
The company may have been trying to prevent fraud when it stopped online iPhone sales to New Yorkers.
Manufacturers Seek Green Monitoring In ERP
News  |  12/29/2009
Executives want social media and environmental management functionality in their enterprise resource planning software.
New SSDs Hit The Sweet Spot For Small Businesses
Commentary  |  12/29/2009
We all know that quality solid state disks (SSDs) are just too expensive for small businesses to afford, right? Not so fast.
Red Hat Revenue Up 18% In 3Q
News  |  12/28/2009
The company continues to grow its revenue, often at the expense of Unix, in a recessionary economy.
Online Shopping Breaks Records
News  |  12/28/2009
Coupons and other incentives helped push online retail to record-breaking levels over the holiday shopping season, said comScore.
Google AdMob Buy Opposed
News  |  12/28/2009
Consumer groups said the acquisition would diminish competition in mobile advertising and raise privacy concerns.
Qualcomm COO Leaves For CEO Job
News  |  12/28/2009
Industry vet Len Lauer will take the top executive position at an unnamed firm, according to Qualcomm.
E-Books Beat Regular Books On Xmas
News  |  12/28/2009
Amazon sold more electronic books than physical books for the first time.
Officials Seek Cancer Warnings On Cell Phones
News  |  12/28/2009
Although there's no hard evidence linking mobile phones and cancer, elected officials in California and Maine are pushing for warnings.
Integration: ECM Curse and Opportunity
Commentary  |  12/28/2009
With the proliferation of enterprise content management (ECM) vendors at many organizations, a new challenge is developing around managing federated ECM systems. Can the content management applications within an organization be integrated to help users find the information they need?
AT&T Halts Online iPhone Sales In NYC
Commentary  |  12/28/2009
AT&T has halted online sales of the iPhone in New York City. You can verify this by going to AT&T's online site and entering a NYC zip code. Sure enough, I entered a Brooklyn zip code and the iPhone was missing. When I changed it to my southern California zip, the iPhone 3GS and 3G showed up in the list. What is going on?
Reviewing The Year's Storage News Highlights
Commentary  |  12/26/2009
Over the past couple of weeks, I slogged through the usual endless series of storage-related "best of" and prediction articles. Finally, here's one that is actually worth sharing.
Wolfe's Den: Apple iSlate Chatter Obscures Device Significance
Commentary  |  12/26/2009
Apple's expected release of a humongous-screened iPod will legitimize the platform for business users. It could, in turn, revive Windows-based tablets and make Webpads the big alt.platform story of 2010.
The Perfect Office Mac?
Commentary  |  12/24/2009
German tinkerer Klaus Diebel will modify your old iMac so that it makes coffee but still functions as a Macintosh.
Court: Microsoft Must Pay Law Firm $5.6 Million
News  |  12/24/2009
An appeals court orders the software giant to pay a law firm that had opposed it in antitrust litigation.
Twitter Buys Out Mixer Labs
News  |  12/24/2009
Microblogging service acquires developer of the GeoAPI location mapping tool.
Eight Apps For The Motorola Droid
Commentary  |  12/24/2009
Traveling during the holidays? Droid owners might find their holiday adventures somewhat eased by loading up their device with some helpful apps for the season. Here are eight apps that range from shopping assistants to package tracking and keeping tabs on flight info.
iPhone Vs. Droid - 3G Shootout
Commentary  |  12/24/2009
We've all seen the knock-down-drag-out advertising battle between Verizon and AT&T in the last few weeks with Verizon claiming a far superior 3G coverage map while AT&T fired back with a faster 3G network. Investment banking firm Piper Jaffray decided to put the speed claims to the test. Armed with an iPhone and the Verizon Droid, they set off in New York to see who was the speed king.
FTC Asks Google For More Info On AdMob Buy
News  |  12/23/2009
The FTC request means there will be a delay in Google's acquisition of the mobile ad company, Google says.
Broadcom Unveils Netbook Video Decoder
News  |  12/23/2009
The Crystal HD video decoder boosts performance on netbooks using Intel's latest N450 Atom processor.
Google Nexus One Android Phone Fully Revealed
Commentary  |  12/23/2009
Leave it to the guys over at Gizmodo to score some one-on-one action with the most talked-about device of December 2009 -- the Google Nexus One. They spent some serious time with it and come away impressed. Oh, and the spec list leaked, too.
Apple Display Suit Dismissed
News  |  12/23/2009
The lawsuit claimed that Apple knowingly sold iMacs with defective displays.
Samsung, Kodak Negotiate Patent Settlement
News  |  12/23/2009
A proposed agreement calls for Samsung to deliver an undisclosed payment to Kodak, as well as a cross-licensing deal.
Vonage Offers VOIP For iPhone, BlackBerry
News  |  12/23/2009
Voice-over-IP calling applications enable smartphone users to make lower-cost international calls.
Hospitals Cut Costs With BI Software
News  |  12/23/2009
Two hospitals in Florida and California are using business intelligence and analytic software to corral costs and aid clinical reporting.
3Com Earnings Grow, Sales Slip
News  |  12/23/2009
Positive earnings bolster the network switching, routing, and security firm ahead of its acquisition by HP.
Android Apps Arcade Now Open In Facebook
Commentary  |  12/23/2009
If there's one thing to be said about 2009, perhaps it should be called the "Year of the Apps Store." It seems like every entity out there launched a mobile apps store. Helping aid in the discovery process, Mplayit has platform specific stores that can be browsed from within Facebook.
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