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Google will issue 14 million new public shares. The company will tough to remove from its leadership position, according to a SYS-CON.TV interview with John Dvorak. Also interviewed on SYS-CON.TV is Aduva CEO Zev Laderman, who talks about the company's product porting to IBM.
The Zotob virus is easy to fix, but is propagating rapidly throughout major media companies and other corporations. Meanwhile, technology journalist John Dvorak discusses open source and its potential in a wide-ranging interview on SYS-CON.TV
Bruce Perens says 'we have to fix the law' when it comes to the method of granting patents, during a wide-ranging interview with SYS-CON.TV. Other top stories include Google's Geico gambit, the rise (and fall) of C#, and a recent software validation between IBM and SOA Software.
The Mozilla Firefox browser has now reached 80 million downloads, as it continues to intrude into the marketspace dominated in recent years by Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Linus Torvalds thinks patents are bad, and explains why. JXTA is explained in a new white paper, and Coach Wei t...
Is Google responsible for the information that its technology uncovers? Should it be working on ways to protect individual privacy? Maybe not, but the company certainly did not like getting hoisted by its own cyberpetard.
Google backs off from book scanning. The PTO rejects an Apple iPod application. Eclipse guru Arthur Ryman starts a SYS-CON blog. Oracle clusters with Novell.
Cisco's CMO will speak about balancing creativity with accountability at an upcoming European forum. Oracle faces a new threat from start-up EnterpriseDB. JetBlue is deploying web services from SOA Software. AJAX is hot, and getting 'rich.'
John Dvorak praised Microsoft's anti-spam efforts but wonders about its culture of innovation. Jeremy Geelan comments on a renewed technology industry. LinuxWorld Expo concludes after a week-long run.
Novell announced Open SuSE at LinuxWorld Expo in San Francisco, and award winners at this year's show were also announced. Yahoo buys a Chinese company, and Linux-based phones are on PalmSource's agenda.
Google has responded unfavorably to a CNET report that googled personal information about Google CEO Eric Schmidt. A major identify theft ring is discovered. Microsoft receives $7 million settlement from a spam king. And Macromedia's announcement continues to be big.
Macromedia has made the most significant product launch in the company's history, with Studio 8. LinuxWorld Expo opens in San Francisco, with major announcements from Novell and Siebel, both of which are showing a new commitment to enterprise open source.
Is there a new round of tulip mania in the high technology markets? The Sunday Essay examines the implications of Baidu.com and its spectacular first day as a public company.
Baidu.com stock rose more than 350% in its first day of trading. The 'google of China' is now worth $4 billion. An attorney representing Michael Lynn says Cisco and ISS had a weak case. And Linux shows signs of increasing acceptance in the retail sector on the eve of the LinuxWorld con...
Microsoft has a new COO. Sun's COO talks about quality. JBoss's CEO talks about managmenet. And AOL makes an acquisition.
SYS-CON has posted documents relating to the Michael Lynn presentation at the Black Hat conference. Mozilla forms a for-profit subsidiary. Time Warner shells out. Apache has a new release.
Richard Stallman lambastes the EU. The U.S. Veteran's Administration objects to 'Vista.' EclipseWorld 2005 keynoters announced. IBM makes a new acquisition.
Oracle buys major Indian company. SIA reports strong results. Web application development approaches discussed.
The term Ciscogate is now being used to describe a presentation at the Black Hat conference and the reaction to it. Other news includes a branching out by SpikeSource, a new product from Sybase's iAnywhere division, and a new service from AskJeeves.
More than $7 trillion was lost in the tech crash a few years back. Now that the industry is becoming healthy again, is it also returning to a very bad habit of the dot-com bubble era?
Microsoft Vista, Cisco Vulnerability, Mobile Search
Yahoo, Microsoft, SpikeSource In the News
Sybase and Cisco in the news.
AOL and IBM in the news.
CNET, Microsoft, and Beer in the news.
IBM, Microsoft in the news.


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