Anthropologist goes from iguanas to Intel

Anthropologist goes from iguanas to Intel

Streaming video to wireless screens dotted all over the house might seem like a cracking idea in Silicon Valley, but...

September 15th, 2005 James Niccolai

Lost Packets

Lost Packets

Talk to the animalsNow you can make like Dr. Doolittle and talk to the animals with your cellphone. In May,...

June 23rd, 2005 Network World Canada Staff

Book trader institutes developer training idea

Book trader institutes developer training idea

Abebooks Inc., an online book trader in Victoria, B.C., installed Agitar Software Inc.’s developer testing tool to quell a fight...

June 23rd, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

“Don’t worry, be happy” – Oracle tells PeopleSoft customers

“Don’t worry, be happy” – Oracle tells PeopleSoft customers

Oracle Corp. committed itself to fully supporting PeopleSoft and J.D. Edwards customers for the next decade now that the protracted...

January 18th, 2005 Tom Venetis

SAP expands offshore to cater to growth markets

SAP expands offshore to cater to growth markets

SAP AG plans to more than double the number of staff at its software development centres in Bangalore, India, and...

December 9th, 2004 John Blau

Thunderbird 1.0 takes on Outlook Express, Eudora

Thunderbird 1.0 takes on Outlook Express, Eudora

Weeks after the launch of its Firefox 1.0 Web browser, the Mozilla Foundation on Tuesday is set to release version...

December 6th, 2004 Joris Evers

Israeli company looks to India to cut engineering costs

Israeli company looks to India to cut engineering costs

As the cost of engineers goes up in Israel, Ness Technologies Inc. of Tel Aviv plans to increase its software...

November 9th, 2004 John Ribeiro

Europeans will help China build open source platform

Europeans will help China build open source platform

China's project to build an open computing platform got a boost Saturday as two European companies added their weight to...

October 12th, 2004 Peter Sayer

IBM, Intel, Cadence let chip designers go mobile

IBM, Intel, Cadence let chip designers go mobile

Intel Corp.'s new Dothan Pentium M processors outperform their predecessors by enough of a margin to prompt Intel, IBM Corp.,...

June 6th, 2004 Tom Krazit