Google, which has been less vocal than some on the furor surrounding the standards process for Microsoft's Office Open XML, came out Friday in support of the ISO's decision to reject the specification.
With its cash reserves running out, the SCO Group has filed for bankruptcy protection.
This week Salesforce.com will, in the words of one industry analyst, "extend the value proposition of software as a service" when it introduces Visualforce at its Dreamforce Conference in San Francisco.
The leader of an identity theft ring that stole credit card numbers from TJX has been sentenced to five years in prison and fined US$600,000 (AU$713,010).
A study by ABI Research says that the iPhone may be only a precursor to what mobile Internet devices will be capable of in the near future.
Hewlett-Packard's decision last month to sell desktop PCs with Linux installed on them in Australia is giving hope to Linux advocates at the Encompass HP user group that a similar system may be on its way in the US.
A US Republican Party Web site has been hacked, and for some time it has been spreading a variation of the long-running Storm Trojan horse to vulnerable visitors, a security researcher said Friday.
WatchGuard Technologies last week confirmed reports that it had cancelled a contract with an unnamed India-based offshoring company due to repeat customer complaints about poor support and service.
Officials at consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton are looking into how a Fox News reporter acquired a confidential terrorist threat assessment on Chicago over a public file-sharing network.
RFID technology maker RF Code announced a US$995 mobile active RFID tag reader on Wednesday that allows IT managers and others to better find tagged assets using common handheld computers.
NPD released North American video game sales data for August on Thursday showing continued Wii and DS dominance.
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Sun Microsystems Wednesday agreed to purchase most of Cluster File Systems' business assets and intellectual property, including the Lustre file system, an open-source software distribution tool.
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