Premium-Inhalt. does its darnedest to consume all the resources on your computer and strain it to its limits. Why would you want to do that? If you're a typical business or home user, you wouldn't. If you're a programmer, however, this freebie could spare you (and your customers) a great deal of pain and waste.
Premium-Inhalt. Everybody loves the idea of on cell phones. Everybody, that is, except for wireless carriers who charge usurious fees for voice and data plans. Cellular providers around the globe are placing restrictions on and other Internet phone services, and that's bad news for consumers.
Premium-Inhalt. Amazon.com has launched a hosted service designed to simplify for developers the use of the Hadoop implementation of the MapReduce programming model for processing large data sets in processor clusters.
Premium-Inhalt. Personal finance service has a marketing problem: How can it differentiate itself from already popular software-as-a-service champ , and upstart favorite ?
Premium-Inhalt. Central Desktop has enhanced its eponymous Web-hosted collaboration suite with a plug-in for Outlook that the company believes increases its viability as a SharePoint alternative.
Premium-Inhalt. A new suite of applications from Microsoft is aiming to "revolutionize how government and education customers manage critical pieces of their business," .
Premium-Inhalt. Despite selling products that inhabit a competitive landscape occupied by technology heavyweights like , and , keeps building new online software that consumers can use for free or that businesses can buy on a massive scale for dirt cheap prices. As struggling , Zoho has become a compelling option, says Raju Vegesna, the company's chief evangelist.
Premium-Inhalt. Four separate times over the course of eight densely typewritten pages, the letter from the Federal Communications Commission to me mentions the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995.
Premium-Inhalt. The idea of you "owning" the data about yourself is both emotionally and intellectually appealing. This data, which ranges from the critical (your medical and financial records) to the theoretically trivial (what you buy and search for, and which Web sites you visit) defines, quantifies and describes your preferences, resources, habits and health. It is a proxy for you. It is also what every marketer in the entire commercial universe wants to get their hands on.
Premium-Inhalt. The recession is forcing smaller and mid-sized businesses to cut back on IT security, even though most companies expect security threats to increase.
Premium-Inhalt. RGB Light and Kandalu Software have announced the launch of , billed as an innovative video and photo player for Mac users that makes use of new breakthrough technology.
Premium-Inhalt. Organisations overcomplicate the way they measure and would benefit from a much simpler approach, according to analyst group Forrester.
Premium-Inhalt. has released a download-only version of its Xara 3D 6 software for US$29 (around £20.50), with the boxed version cut slightly to $49 (£35). The download-only version includes sample images, textures and fonts, but not the CDs, manual or the Webster vector drawing tool.
Premium-Inhalt. Five start-up companies with very different technologies and business models on Thursday described how they plan to change the cable industry.
Premium-Inhalt. In talking with Japanese publication Dengeki, producer Yoshinori Kitase commented on the demo to be bundled with Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children in Japan, and how the full game will use even more of the PS3's processing power. From Dengeki:
Premium-Inhalt. It's been almost five years since we've seen the last "true" Jak and Daxter game with , but the PlayStation 2's dearest platforming duo will finally return later this year with the PS2-PSP bound sequel, Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier. Sony revealed the game on their earlier Wednesday, strongly emphasizing that this is not an April Fools joke. The information about the game itself thus far comes from the brief PlayStation Blog entry, stating "The Lost Frontier takes the intrepid pair all the way to the edge of the world. There they must battle their way past air pirates and sinister creatures in their quest to find a cure for the world?s eco shortage."
Premium-Inhalt. Get your bash hammers ready, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC is coming June 9th with a demo set to release on April 23rd. at GameStop to gain early access to the demo on April 3rd.
Premium-Inhalt. reports that about a remake coming to the Nintendo Wii are true. Titled Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, the new Silent Hill video game's announcement comes from the latest issue of Nintendo Power Magazine.
Premium-Inhalt. When day one adopters log on to the DSi Store on April 5, they'll have quite a lot to spend their 1000 free DSi Store Points on. Nintendo announced that the DSi Store will have five games available for purchase, as well as a free Opera web browser. The five titles will be , the camera-based latest installment of the minigame series; Brain Age: Express: Math, a game that mixes classic and new math puzzles along with new camera and microphone capabilities; Art Style: AQUIA, an underwater puzzle game; Master of Illusion Express: Funny Face, a card game that uses the camera to simulate magic tricks, and Bird and Beans, an arcade-style title that started as a WarioWare minigame.
Premium-Inhalt. reports that the is no longer a dead project and has now been picked up by Konami, publisher of the acclaimed survival-horror franchise. This news about the Saw game comes the day after the announcement of the Silent Hill remake, , which is coming to the Wii.
Premium-Inhalt. What kind of broadband connection does your netbook have? Is it a landline, Wi-Fi, or mobile network connection? AT&T executives believe that, going forward, such distinctions will blur as the company provides all types of high-speed service to its customers.
Premium-Inhalt. Sometimes we get so accustomed to doing things a certain way that we don't bother checking to see if there's a better way. Case in point: Wednesday's post about . I've been a double-clicker for as long as I can remember, but after just one day I'm already preferring the single-click lifestyle.
Premium-Inhalt. Tech-sector employment went up, not down, by a total of 77,000 more jobs in 2008. So says a report by trade association , which claims 1,500 member companies including Xerox, Google, IBM, and Volt, Microsoft's largest provider of temporary employees.
Premium-Inhalt. Twitter's trying to step up its game with a -- a souped-up search feature coming soon to your Twitter home page. The futuristic-sounding service packs some extra punch into Twitter's and could give the site's Web interface a much needed jolt of energy.