IBM sees software producing half of profit by 2010|
International Business Machines Corp. sees software accounting for nearly half of total profit by 2010, up from about 40 percent last year, the company said in slides prepared for an investor conference on Thursday.
IBM, the world's largest technology services company, also said it expects "emerging country" revenue doubling by 2010, according to a slide on IBM's Web site accompanying introductory remarks by Chief Executive Samuel Palmisano.
New Version of the GPL Is Finalized|
While many consumers are standing in line to get their hands on a $500 iPhone, Apple's new toy is not the only major release in the technology world today. Indeed, Friday also marks the release of version 3 of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
Google acquires Web-calling service GrandCentral
Google Inc. has acquired GrandCentral Communications, a start-up that lets users manage their existing phones and voice mailboxes over the Web as if they were a single account, the company said on Monday.
Alfresco rolls Web 2.0 features into CMS upgrade
Alfresco Software is taking cues from the so-called Web 2.0 craze with the release of the latest version of its open-source CMS (content management software).
Microsoft Apologizes For Silence On Windows Extras
Microsoft has apologized for its silence on delivering all the add-ons promised in January to people who bought Windows Vista Ultimate, the premium version of the operating system.
HTB Software Reopens with Latest Offerings
Offers software such as Instant Messengers, FTP Clients, and Popup Blockers to scripts such as a Download Logger and SHOUTcast Panel.
Intergenia Selects Comodo to Offer SSL
Provides Essential SSL, Essential SSL Wildcard and Instant SSL certificate products.
Phishing tool constructs new sites in two seconds
Software developers like to make installation of their programs simple and quick. So do hackers.
Google Turns to Security
Google. believes that its consumer-grade Web applications represent the future of enterprise IT. But while Google is quick to trumpet its products' innovative features, the search giant hasn't said much about their security. Until recently, that is.
Sun looks to steal Linux thunder with Project Indiana
Looking to steal thunder from the Linux juggernaut or at least catch the same wave, Sun plans to release binaries in Spring 2008 for its OpenSolaris Unix platform, similar to how Linux is offered, as part of the company's Project Indiana.
Web services-based app server upgraded by WSO2
WSO2 is upgrading its open source application server, which has been centered on Web services rather than being of the usual Java variety most common in this product space.