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AT&T Snags $1 Billion GM Contract

AT&T has won one of the largest commercial contracts in its history, the company announced Wednesday -- a massive five-year global networking contract from automotive giant General Motors (GM) ...

AT&T Snags $1 Billion GM Contract

AT&T has won one of the largest commercial contracts in its history, the company announced Wednesday -- a massive five-year global networking contract from automotive giant General Motors (GM) ...

AT&T Snags $1 Billion GM Contract

AT&T has won one of the largest commercial contracts in its history, the company announced Wednesday -- a massive five-year global networking contract from automotive giant General Motors (GM) ...

New Intel Tablet Streamlines Patient Tracking

Intel and Motion Computing have teamed up to develop and deliver a new tablet PC for the healthcare industry -- the C5 mobile clinical assistant (MCA) ...

AMD Debuts High-Speed, Low-Power Chipsets

AMD released two different kinds of desktop processors Tuesday, giving one product line a speed boost while dropping the wattage requirements for the other, more energy-efficient line ...

US Renews Tough Talk on Chinese Piracy

The United States is considering taking legal action against China for continued violations of intellectual property rights (IPR), as well as the use of subsidies in a broad array of manufactured goods. The U.S. may pursue its case to the World Trade Organization (WTO) -- an action it has previously threatened over the past year ...

D-Wave Claims Quantum Computer Breakthrough

In a move that could signal a massive leap forward in unlocking some of the most complex mysteries of our world, D-Wave Systems has demonstrated what it called the world's first commercially viable quantum computer ...

IBM Sets Memory Chip Speed Record

IBM has unveiled its latest microprocessor advance, which promises to use a new on-chip dynamic memory technology to significantly increase chip processing performance. The chip could go into production as early as 2008 ...

Sun’s Solaris 10 Highly Vulnerable to Unlikely Telnet Exploit

Sun Microsystems, Secunia, the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team and other security agencies have issued alerts for a somewhat oxymoronic telnet vulnerability in the Sun Solaris 10 operating system ...

IBM Open Client Bridges Mac, Windows, Linux Systems

IBM is billing its new Open Client Solution as an "alternative to vendor lock-in" for user desktop operating systems ...

MySQL Goes After Enterprise Database Business

Open source database developer MySQL has launched an attack on the enterprise database business. The company on Tuesday revealed a new enterprise subscription pricing strategy that lets organizations deploy an unlimited number of MySQL databases in their environment and still get enterprise-class levels of support and monitoring services directly from MySQL...

Higgins, Bandit and Microsoft: Open Source for Tight Privacy

The open source Bandit and Eclipse Higgins projects, both of which are working toward providing an open and consistent approach to identity management, have announced they have created a reference application that showcases open source identity services that interoperate with the Microsoft Windows CardSpace identity management system ...

Vista Illegal in EU, Charge Microsoft Rivals

Despite losing an antitrust case in the European Union (EU) nearly three years ago, Microsoft is releasing its new Vista operating system in Europe with features similar to those found illegal by the European Commission (EC) in 2004, charged a coalition of Microsoft rivals ...

Nintendo Adds News to Wii’s Fun and Games Lineup

Most people have heard about the Nintendo Wii Remote, which some avid gamers have allowed to slip out of their sweaty hands and fly into their high-priced big-screen televisions, cracking glass and becoming the catalyst for news stories around the world ...

Microsoft Late With Ajax – Still Anyone’s Game

Microsoft has just released its ASP .NET AJAX 1.0, a free tool that lets developers create standards-compliant Web applications based on Ajax (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) ...

Is Wal-Mart’s Support for Suse Linux a Tipping Point?

Microsoft and Novell are proudly announcing the biggest proof-point to date that their groundbreaking alliance to work together for the benefit of their customers has real traction: Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer, is gearing up to take advantage of Microsoft and Novell's collaboration and interoperability efforts between Microsoft Windows and Linux...

Google’s Entry May Transform In-Game Advertising

Google's most recent efforts to expand its advertising delivery network to the world of video games may bring credibility to the in-game advertising space ...

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