Listen to IBM executive Rich Lechner describe the reasons behind Monday's extensive storage hardware, software and services announcements, explaining the information challenges they address in…
IBM today announced its largest launch ever of new storage hardware, software and services that are the building blocks for the world’s strongest information infrastructure…
Google was conceived by its two founders in the mid-1990s. But if you accept the date of incorporation as its birthday then today, 7th September…
URL shorteners such as TinyURL are nothing new, but bit.ly has just entered the scene with some powerful additional features that promise to really stir…
If you're the owner of a web site, or interested in web site design or maintenance or traffic analysis, here's a pictorial snapshot that shows…
Wednesday, 03 September 2008 05:00

Firefox browser goes Ubiquitous

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On 26th August 2008 Mozilla Labs introduced Ubiquity for Firefox, described as an experiment into connecting the Web with language, and at first sight it…
Tuesday, 02 September 2008 09:43

Opinion: Web 2.0 - an inedible Pie!

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The pie-in-the-sky hype surrounding "Web 2.0" seems to have enticed some organizations to the honey pot with less than impressive results. Buzzwords abound: is Web…
Should we already be thinking about leaving all our desktop system cares and woes behind and  take supposed advantage of what cloud computing is tempting…
In this iTWire podcast, Derek Austin of Nuance Communications Australia outlines the history of speech recognition, tells us why Dragon NaturallySpeaking 10 is even better…
Adobe Reader 9, part of the Adobe Acrobat 9 package, seems to have omitted an important user interface feature that was present in earlier Reader…

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