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Premium-Inhalt. Three leading tech companies that they will underwrite a major multi-sector research project to improve education through technology around the world.
Premium-Inhalt. In November 2007, soon after then-Forbes editor Dan Lyons was outed as Fake Steve Jobs, Lyons had some very about the Apple CEO: "I actually really admire him. I wouldn't want to work for him, I wouldn't want to live next to him, I wouldn't want to be in his family. What he does requires a hardness that I don't think I could have. I feel affectionate toward him."
Premium-Inhalt. Shutting down computer attacks could be carried out inexpensively by peer-to-peer software that shares information about anomalous behavior, say researchers at the University of California at Davis.
Premium-Inhalt. Two privacy groups on Tuesday asked the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to regulate how mobile marketers can use consumers' personal information, saying many people don't know when their information is being collected from cell phones and how it's being used.
Premium-Inhalt. that sources at Lucasarts have confirmed that the all-new Indiana Jones title long in development for the PS3 and Xbox 360 has been cancelled. With back in June, it's no surprise that a few titles had to meet their maker, and the nearly-invisible Indiana Jones title has been the casualty.
Premium-Inhalt. reports that Sony, one of the world's largest media conglomerates and manufacturer of the video game console, is expected to soon post a loss of US$1.1 billion, the company's first loss in 14 years.
Premium-Inhalt. A patch is available Tuesday to download for all platforms. PC players click to download the patch. In addition to a handful of bug fixes, the patch is required to play the downloadable content called Operation Anchorage coming January 27th. will be available via Xbox Live and Games for Windows for 800 Microsoft Points.
Premium-Inhalt. Malaysia's national carrier Malaysia Airlines System (MAS) has said it would use Symantec security solutions to improve IT compliance by 15 per cent within three months.
Premium-Inhalt. You may not know it yet, but your cell phone is becoming the new battleground in the war between consumer rights groups and the .
Premium-Inhalt. Most IT managers' first hires are programmers or tech support specialists. But not , the . The first person he ever hired as an IT leader was a CFO who became his boss. Talk about trial by fire.
Premium-Inhalt. Tuesday unveiled a new 802.11n WLAN access point designed to simplify enterprise deployments, lower costs, and improve performance for existing 11g and 11a wireless clients. New financing, trade-in options and consulting services round out the news.
Premium-Inhalt. Yahoo has been pushed around by outsiders and needs to chart its own course, incoming CEO Carol Bartz said Tuesday, though she hasn't yet determined what that course should be.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple CEO Steve Jobs has said his health issues are more complex than he originally thought and that he'll take a leave of absence from the company until June.
Premium-Inhalt. Technology, at the end of the day, is only as secure as the person using it. You can have all the content filters and packet sniffing software in place across your network, but if there is someone viewing something he shouldn't be, there is little you can do. Another example. Install all the anti-virus software applications you can get your hands on and spend day and night to keep them updated. Put in an outgoing quota on your email server so that nobody can send attachment or receive .exe or zipped files. But if someone sends a link to a site which will inadvertently install a small server on your machine, there is nothing you can do to stop it.
Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft unveiled on Wednesday refreshed versions of its Windows Azure software development kit and Azure tools for Visual Studio, which support the planned Windows Azure cloud services platform.
Premium-Inhalt. Business continuity, Disaster Recovery, Redundancy and Uptime -- these are no longer terms restricted to a server room in an IT company. They've come out from the technical infrastructure and begun making an impact on real life, practical processes.
Premium-Inhalt. As Apple's chief operating officer since 2005, Tim Cook has overseen every aspect of Apple's supply chains, sales, and support services as well as the company's Mac division. And now he'll handle the day-to-day operations of Apple as well--at least until June while CEO Steve Jobs takes a leave of absence from the company.
Premium-Inhalt. Oracle's layoffs late last week, while apparently smaller than reports indicated, still show that the bellwether enterprise software company is feeling the effects of the pinch in corporate IT spending.
Premium-Inhalt. Motorola plans to lay off another 4,000 employees, mostly from its Mobile Device business, and to report revenue for the fourth quarter of 2008 that would fall short of analysts' current estimates.
Premium-Inhalt. Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs has said his health issues are more complex than he originally thought and that he'll take a leave of absence from the company until June.