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Palm folds the Foleo

Palm folds the Foleo

09/05/2007

Yowsa! Now I feel like an idiot for running a detailed look at Palm's handheld "companion" device, following a post on Palm

Full Time Versus Contract

Full Time Versus Contract

With the tightening labour market I am already seeing a shift in the number of job seekers now looking for...

September 4th, 2007 Terri Joosten
Why it makes sense to wait for Vista SP1

Why it makes sense to wait for Vista SP1

By Joaquim P. Menezes - A lot of silly speculation surrounding the release of the first service pack for Windows...

September 4th, 2007 Joaquim Menezes
The Rising Tide of Ink

The Rising Tide of Ink

by Bradley Hughes, Senior Analyst, IDC Canada...

August 31st, 2007 Brad Hughes
Exposing users’ data: The tough love approach to security

Exposing users’ data: The tough love approach to security

So our colleagues at Compter Sweden are calling a "freelance security consultant" somehow finds user names and passwords for 100...

August 31st, 2007 Shane Schick
Microsoft is not going to buy the BlackBerry

Microsoft is not going to buy the BlackBerry

Not sure how many days will have to go by before this little conspiracy theory dies off, but I explain...

August 31st, 2007 Shane Schick
Essential learning: The structure of information networks

Essential learning: The structure of information networks

Interesting post from O'Reilly Radar today (by way of Paul Kedrosky) about a new course in the structure of information...

August 31st, 2007 Shane Schick
Nokia has a right to the convergence dream

Nokia has a right to the convergence dream

There's a weird attitude that seems to have greeted Nokia's plan to offer gaming and music services for wireless devices...

August 30th, 2007 Shane Schick
The intrapraneurial factor

The intrapraneurial factor

I was speaking with Professor Moren Levesque from the University of Waterloo yesterday, who specializes in issues around entrepreneurship. She...

August 30th, 2007 Greg Enright
SAP: We’re not thieves. We just can’t read contracts

SAP: We’re not thieves. We just can’t read contracts

I doubt many SAP customers (or even Oracle customers, for that matter), are too concerned about the lawsuit between the...

August 29th, 2007 Shane Schick