Apple Picks Bioinformatics Award
Apple Computer yesterday (June 29) announced the five winners of its Cluster for Bioinformatics Award. Each winner will receive a high-powered Mac system to assist them in furthering their research.
Opinion: Grid Confusion
All the marketing from major vendors appears to have left IT executives more confused than ever about grid computing.
Millions Of NT 4.0 Systems Face Phaseout
Today, June 30, Microsoft will stop providing free support for Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, ending a program that for the past eight years has given customers a steady flow of
Comms Suppliers Living On The Edge
Debate over how to bring broadband data services from the metropolitan network out to the "edge"-or all the way home to the consumer-was the topic on most minds at last
SONY Certifies Storage Systems With Virtual Tape Library Software
Sony Electronics reported that it has certified its SAIT and PetaSite storage systems with virtual tape library software from FalconStor. Sony said the certification will better enable its customers to handle the high-speed, backup and recovery workflow issues associated...
Apple Readies Search Technology For Macs
CEO Steve Jobs says the technology, called Spotlight, will be part of next year's Mac OS X upgrade and will let users easily search the contents of their computers.
Major Internet Attack Under Way
Attackers are compromising and infecting E-commerce and corporate Web sites with malicious code in one of the most sophisticated attacks to date.
Server Central Debuts New Packages
Server Central, a Chicago provider of managed hosting services and co-location for small to midsize businesses, has released eight new dedicated server packages.
Intel Finds Problem In Some Grantsdale Chipsets
A fraction of Intel's new 915/925 chipsets, formerly code-named Grantsdale, were produced under a faulty manufacturing process and shipped to OEMs and system builders before their launch early last week,
Kerry Pitches $30 Billion Tech Investment Plan
The prospective Democratic presidential nominee said he would create tax incentives to invest in startups, research and development, and broadband networks for rural areas and cities.
IBM Unveils On-Demand Add-On For WebSphere
IBM on Thursday unveiled an add-on to its WebSphere application server that allows companies to shift information technology resources across business software based on demand.
Momentum For WiMAX Building
WiMAX attracted a lot of attention at this year's Supercomm show in Chicago because of the opportunities it offers both manufacturers and service providers.