IBM grants Jazz up research funds

IBM grants Jazz up research funds

The University of Calgary was the only university to land two of the IBM Jazz grants handed out today, which...

March 17th, 2008 Briony Smith

Caught in a loop of endless coding

Caught in a loop of endless coding

Every development shop has issuesThe first company I ever worked for had no testing cycle, and no mechanism for bringing...

March 29th, 2007 No Author

Vendor EHR networks get prime time debut

Vendor EHR networks get prime time debut

Four vendors on Tuesday demonstrated electronic health records (EHR) and showed off their prototypes to the U.S. Department of Health...

January 23rd, 2007 Grant Gross

World Cup – Mobile TV looks sharp at games

World Cup – Mobile TV looks sharp at games

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEIt's far from perfect but it isn't bad: a new commercial broadcast mobile TV service was launched...

June 19th, 2006 John Blau

Sony strikes deal to develop OLED

Sony strikes deal to develop OLED

Sony Corp. is planning to work with Japanese oil company Idemitsu Kosan Co. Ltd. on the development of luminous materials...

November 29th, 2005 Martyn Williams

HP offers peek at future of large, plastic displays

HP offers peek at future of large, plastic displays

Imagine sitting down to your computer and seeing thin, plastic colour displays on either side of your monitor, showing high-resolution...

October 18th, 2004 Scarlet Pruitt

App could bolster small businesses

App could bolster small businesses

Dan Bricklin fostered the PC revolution when he helped create VisiCalc for Apple Computer Inc. almost 25 years ago. It...

July 11th, 2003 Dave Kearns

Portal tech comes marching in

Portal tech comes marching in

Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) is developing a portal prototype intended to provide military personnel with a single point of access...

May 16th, 2003 Patricia Zyska

Portal technology marches in

Portal technology marches in

Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) is developing a portal prototype intended to provide military personnel with a single point of access...

May 9th, 2003 Patricia Zyska