Wireless data is the norm, not the exception to the rule

Wireless data is the norm, not the exception to the rule

The immense number of wireless data services and devices are making it very attractive for companies to develop wireless applications...

May 3rd, 2001 Carly Suppa

Wintel failed to spot mobile trend, says analyst

Wintel failed to spot mobile trend, says analyst

Intel Corp. and Microsoft Corp.'s joint Wintel juggernaut failed to spot the emerging trend away from the desktop PC as...

March 16th, 2001 David Legard

Karaoke on the run

Karaoke on the run

Last month, Japan became at least the third country after Israel and Finland to have more people subscribing to mobile...

May 18th, 2000 Scott Bradner

Sybase showcases new products at conference

Sybase showcases new products at conference

At TechWave '99, John Chen, chairman, CEO and president of Sybase, announced the company would have at least 12 new...

September 23rd, 1999 Gail Balfour

Sybase showcases new products at conference

Sybase showcases new products at conference

At TechWave '99, John Chen, chairman, CEO and president of Sybase, announced the company would have at least 12 new...

September 9th, 1999 Gail Balfour

Alliance to speak with one voice

Alliance to speak with one voice

IBM, Intel, e.Digital, Dictaphone, Norcom Electronics, Olympus and Philips have banded together to develop standards for voice technology on mobile...

May 20th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman

Y2K pushes data backup to the forefront

Y2K pushes data backup to the forefront

IS departments put too little emphasis on data backup and recovery, but with year 2000 problems looming on the horizon...

April 22nd, 1999 Michael MacMillan