The notion of removing the security perimeter around corporate information -- a concept known as deperimeterization -- expounded by the Jericho Forum has been a hot technology debate, but now what could be controversial legal aspects of it are being ...
Microsoft is offering updates on the progress of interoperability initiatives, including the Interoperability Executive Customer Council (IEC) and the Interop Vendor Alliance (IVA).
An ambitious plan to equip Silicon Valley with wireless public broadband services is proceeding with great hopes but many challenges.
More than half of U.S. residents want the government to regulate Internet video in some way, according to a poll released this week.
The massive wildfires burning in and around San Diego are testing technologies that the city recently deployed for managing disasters, including a Web-based system for coordinating emergency-response operations and a Reverse 911 system for alerting r...
Engineers at a Scottish university have gained an important insight into the behavior of tiny wires, which could have vital implications for the way in which computers in the future are wired together.
Oracle has released the Windows version of its flagship 11g database, a few months after the company shipped the Linux version. Along with assorted performance improvements, the Windows release features beefed-up integration with Microsoft's platform...
Oracle continues to snap up smaller software companies even while it battles to acquire middleware vendor BEA Systems. Mid-week Oracle said it had agreed to buy Interlace Systems, which makes operations planning software, for an undisclosed price.
Microsoft has dropped two outstanding appeals of European antitrust rulings, following the deal struck with the European Commission at the beginning of this week, the company said.
Flash Networks announced Open Mobile Browsing. Flash claims that OMB provides mobile internet browsing that resembles the fixed-line desktop web experience.
In an effort to lure more developers to its tools for building RIAs (rich Internet applications), Adobe Systems is making its Flex Builder 2 software available free to students and faculty at educational institutions.
Intel this week agreed to settle a dispute with Transmeta for US$250 million, ending patent litigation between both companies.
Software as a service (SAAS) platform vendor NetSuite has released NetSuite Bundler, a tool its partner ISVs and VARs can use to create reusable applications for verticals.
Notorious adware maker DirectRevenue has closed shop.
Fraud expert, author and ex-con artist Frank Abagnale doesn't use online banking, thinks ID cards are a bad idea, and reckons the U.K. needs data breach notification laws.
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