Oracle Court Drama Continues: Google and HP Fire Back

Maria Deutscher | June 16th

Oracle has a very effective legal department, considering all the lawsuits it has been involved with at various points in time, and the latest two developments will force the company to make good use of...»

New Media Minute: How to Best Use Video on Facebook – Tips From a Facebook Exec

Daisy Whitney | June 16th

Video can help a brand stand out on Facebook and draw more fans. The New Media Minute asked Jennifer Kattula, head of agency marketing at Facebook, how brands small and large can best use video on the social...»

The Issues Facing Education in the Cloud: An Insightful Series

Bert Latamore | June 16th

Over the last month Rick Blaisdell, CTO of ConnectEdu, an education and career management site for students, parents, counselors, teachers, and administrators, has published a series of well informed articles on Wikibon.org discussing
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4G Races Pushes Ahead, T-Mobile Gains in 41 Cities

Maria Deutscher | June 16th

Today T-Mobile announced it has doubled the speed of its 4G HSPA+ networks in an additional 41 cities, includingSalt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego and Virginia Beach. Back at the CES 2010, the...»

The Chromebook Impact

Kristina Farrah | June 16th

Google has always dismissed allegations of direct competition with Microsoft, and that seemed almost believable until Chromebook crash-landed right in the middle of Microsoft’s pool party.  It runs on its own browser-based operating system ChromeOS,...»

Hacker Group LulzSec Downs CIA.gov Website, IT Security Community Rolls Their Eyes

Kyt Dotson | June 16th

Yesterday, the malicious Internet prankster group LulzSec directed a heavy salvo of distributed denial of service attacks at cia.gov—the public facing front for the United States Central Intelligence Bureau. As DDoS attacks are somewhat unsophisticated...»

RIM’s Got Problems but not as Bad as Nokia’s

Anton Wahlman | June 16th

The stock sentiment and recent performance for Research In Motion is terrible, with the stock retreating back to where it was in early 2009, and before then, in late 2006. At least the stock is well ahead of its $2 level...»

Hackers Binge Eats Latest Victims: ADP, Citibank and More

Cherr Aira | June 16th

A few days ago Sony, Amazon, RSA, Nintendo and Android found themselves problem-solving on how their systems were hacked.  Today, ADP, Citibank, IMF, Codemasters, Bioware and list goes on—are the latest victims of security breaches...»

Personal Cloud Gets Boost from Sony, Facebook. Affects Several Industries.

Kristina Farrah | June 16th

Sony’s peculiarly labeled subscription multimedia service Qriocity is offering unlimited music to Android, immediately competing with the recently revealed mobile music service of Google itself. Dubbed Music Unlimited, it has two monthly...»

Should LulzSec be Stopped?

John Casaretto | June 16th

LulzSec is keeping people busy all over the interwebs this week and filling up the news with their headline activities.  The latest attack was a DDOS takedown of the CIA's main public web...»