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posted in June 2006
Patni noted ZAiQ's strengths in ASIC design and IP, in addition to its expertise in FPGA and SoC technologies.
The office software battle is far from over in Massachusetts, as a state senator moves to delay the scheduled implementation of ODF.
Launching July 3, the service uses multiprotocol label switching and will offer two basic speeds--45 Mbps and 100 Mbps.
A new report warns mobile phone service providers that VoIP over Wi-Fi could cut into profits.
In-flight calling hit some turbulence this week when Boeing announced Monday that it's evaluating its unprofitable Connexion service, but the notion is still taking off in Europe.
The new deployment of incremental hardware and software upgrades will be provided by Lucent Technologies.
Good Mobile Messaging for IBM Lotus Domino, which also covers Lotus Notes users, includes two-way synchronization that addresses popular Lotus functions.
Those who wonder about the feasibility of roaming between WiMax networks can look to Australia, where some 50,000 subscribers can do just that.
Following continued pressure from stockholders, Novell's board of directors abruptly ousted CEO Jack L. Messman, the company announced late Wednesday.
New online job ads rebounded in May after a sharp decline in April, according to a report issued by the Conference Board. However, May is traditionally an up month, and the report warned against expecting any sudden uptick in hiring.
An American IT expert visiting China finds strong interest in technology, but plenty of barriers, too--mostly from the Chinese government.
Steve Case's new venture operates car-sharing programs.
The 3D compositing, keying, and image tracking software typically operates with Apple's Final Cut Studio.
Fusion Telecommunications says its efonica service lets callers talk from any combo of PCs, IP phones, and regular phones over dial-up or broadband connections.
WikiCalc allows users to collaborate on spreadsheets over the Internet using a browser. Bricklin wrote the first PC spreadsheet, VisiCalc.
Cincinnati, Phoenix, and Portland each rose four points in May. On the short end were Indianapolis and Sacramento, each dropping three points.
Final approval has not been granted, but an architectural commission has told Apple representatives that it likes the design for a proposed Boston store.
It's the classic clash--modern vs. traditional. Apple's plans for a retail store in Boston have lost their first round with the historical city's notoriously tough architectural permitting process.
Wi-Fi capability for smart phones, targeted initially for high-speed data connectivity, is beginning to spur the introduction of VoIP to mobile phone subscribers.
The kit adds support for the creation of bots, PC-to-PC calling, and location-based services. It supports developers using Mac OS X, Java, Linux, and Pocket PC.
The new feature provides access to more than 5 million listings across the nation from job boards, newspapers, and company Web sites.
The model didn’t have a hand crank for power, but the production version might.
Targeting high-performance computing applications, the software aims to bring technical computing to the masses.
MobilePro, which has been deploying Wi-Fi in several U.S. communities, is dropping out of the project because new demands by the California capital city led the firm to believe the network was no longer "financially sustainable."
Microsoft has established a developer center for collaboration technologies in Zurich that will focus on developing products for Microsoft Office.
Longtime chairman John Morgridge will become chairman emeritus.
Compared with the first quarter a year ago, market segment grew 67.8 percent in 2006 according to a report released Thursday by IDC.
Qualcomm announced Wednesday that it has successfully demonstrated that fully mobile VoIP calls.
Alvarion has unveiled an inexpensive, self-installable device that's expected to finally bring WiMax to consumers and small businesses.
The American Civil Liberties Union on Tuesday urged the Federal Communications Commission to review the proposed merger with an eye to NSA spying complaints. Small telecom firms are also complaining.
Some 23,000 photo kiosk-licensed operations in 30 countries are now part of Hewlett-Packard.
Kotok, 64, was the chief architect of DEC's PDP-1 minicomputer, which in turn was used to develop Spacewars, considered to be the first video game.