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"I guess they are starting to catch on... ;-)" Read more
by Jason Flowers on TN bans password shares for Netflix, sites

"This is really incredible technology to experience. If you haven't had a chance yet, take a test drive." Read more
by Jason Flowers on Microsoft Sets Guinness Sales Record with Kinect

"I remember discussing this as a general idea 7 or 8 years ago with Mark and Jeff... Are we there yet?" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Exotic nanodevice could let computers ditch slowpoke electrons and run thousands of times faster

"Can I get one that looks like Anakin Skywalker's?" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Human Trials Next for Darpa’s Mind-Controlled Artificial Arm

"Flying Car Gets FAA Approval http://news.discovery.com/tech/flying-car-gets-faa-approval.html The Federal Aviation Administration has just removed a major hurdle from the path of a vehicle that may well be the first commercially viable flying car. The agency has agreed to classify the Terrafugia Transition as a Light Sport Aircraft, even though the vehicle is 120 pounds too heavy to qualify for that class. " Read more
by Jason Flowers on The reality of flying cars

"All of this, a 256GB SSD, and a backlit keyboard... hard to resist!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Alienware M11x gets overseas Core i3 / i5 / i7 and NVIDIA Optimus update, US version due tomorrow?

"Don't buy this hypothesis... They would very likely not have a lack for energy resources since they're traveling the stars. They solved that problem. Being that advanced, they'd also likely be able to synthesize any other resource at a molecular level. So I don't see resources as a motivation, unless humans are the resource (slaves). I could see them being nomads as he imagines, but not looking for resources. More likely just a habitual environment to live, in which case, the Hawking outcome might be the same." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Don't talk to aliens, warns Stephen Hawking

"Cool, but creepy…" Read more
by Mark Hodson on New tech sees dead people

"Does this mean we should keep searching for Bigfoot? I mean, how can you not know there is a 6 foot lizard running around!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on Giant lizard discovered in the Philippines

"Cool, but I still want a flying car!" Read more
by Jason Flowers on It's 2010 - finally my jet pack is here!

"Interesting the technologies used considering that Microsoft is a big investor in Facebook." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Technology Explained: How Does Facebook Work? The Nuts and Bolts

"iTunes is great, but pricey; Netflix is better, but only offers 12K streaming downloads (I know… ‘only’); Perhaps Wal-Mart’s entry into this space will both lower the prices & provide more streaming content." Read more
by Mark Hodson on Walmart Jumps Into Online Movie Rentals, Buys Vudu

"I’ve often found InfoWorld’s commentaries to be anti-Microsoft and often unfounded. " Read more
by Mark Hodson on Fake Windows Expert Unmasked

"They say Spring 2010.. should be good. :-)" Read more
by Jeff Gentes on New at Disney: It's a Data Center World After All

"I wonder when the Wizarding World will be opening??" Read more
by Jason Flowers on New at Disney: It's a Data Center World After All

"Bertie Bott's every scented flower!!!" Read more
by Mark Hodson on Custom-scented flowers may be on the way

"I agree. I notice that they do not dispute the actual findings (that it runs VERY hot), but instead complain about the inferences. Those inferences are nothing more than the viewer’s commonsense and reasoning kicking in..." Read more
by Anonymous on QLogic sues Emulex over video of chip frying egg

"Sounds like QLogic has weak case to me. It's conventional wisdom that excessive heat is bad for electronics. The industry spends billions on cooling. Making a case that reduced heat increases reliability is logical." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on QLogic sues Emulex over video of chip frying egg

"That's just wrong..." Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Microsoft Refused to Sell Xbox 360s to the Military for Training

"Cool, I want to play!" Read more
by Jeff Gentes on Keep your 20-sided dice, I have D&D on the Surface

     
 
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Fireside Logic News
 
Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Microsoft previews the next version of its unified communications software, Communications Server "14," at VoiceCon Orlando 2010 conference.

Microsoft OCS update promises to replace PBX

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

EMCs new Virtual Storage strategy promises to be a key topic when EMC World 2010 rolls around in May. EMCs idea promises to remove the distance limitations from traditional storage to create a scenario where pooled computing and storage resources can be accessed and managed regardless of their locations, with no hindrance around latency, bandwidth or coherency.

EMC Touts Virtual Storage Concept

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

OCZ sells 5,151,662 shares of its common stock...

OCZ Raises $15.4M to Bolster SSD Business

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

SQL Server Magazine
Sheila Molnar
Ten years ago, Microsoft revolutionized business intelligence (BI) by making OLAP accessible to the IT professional right in the SQL Server relational database product. Now the company wants to make BI available throughout an organization. What’s next for BI?

Tom Casey on Microsoft’s BI Strategy

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Oracle has adopted what amounts to an "all or nothing" hardware support policy, according to a PDF document the vendor has posted on its Web site.

The policy, which went into effect March 16, states that "when acquiring technical support, all hardware systems must be supported (e.g., Oracle Premier Support for Systems or Oracle Premier Support for Operating Systems) or unsupported."

Oracle enacts 'all or nothing' hardware support policy

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Oracle can't take a business-as-usual approach if company execs want to succeed in the virtualization market, analysts say.

 Will Oracle change its tune on virtualization support?

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Brian discusses whether unstructured data management technology, such as Evernote, could ever replace the relational database.

Could Unstructured Data Management Technology Replace the Relational Database Someday?

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Microsoft on Tuesday described a few BizTalk Server enhancements to come, as well as a new name for its next-generation enterprise server bus product.

BizTalk To Get Improvements and 2010 Branding

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

On the same day that Google Inc. and the GoDaddy Group Inc. complained about China to a congressional committee, U.S. Navy Admiral Robert Willard appeared before the U.S. House Armed Services Committee with an even stronger warning about cyber-threats posed by China.

Military warns of increasingly active cyberthreat from China

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

DRAM Industry Enters Positive Circle and Profit For the Next Three Years

DRAM Set to Get More Expensive in the Next Three Years - Analysts

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/28/2010 | 0 Comments

Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. is the recognized industry leader in InfiniBand technology. The Company's technology, leveraged in Oracle-based server...

Oracle CEO Sees Expansion of InfiniBand

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 3/26/2010 | 0 Comments

General Motors has unveiled a trio of concept electric "urban mobility vehicles" that are about one-sixth the size of a conventional car, made of lightweight materials like carbon fiber, and weigh just 1,000 pounds apiece.  (Source: http://www.wired.com/autopia/2010/03/general-motors-en-v)

Posted by: Jeff Gentes on 3/26/2010 | 0 Comments

HP's new production method called Self-Aligned Imprint Lithography (SAIL) will streamline production and reduce cost.  The process, for the prototype, allows for the fabrication of thin film transistor arrays on a flexible plastic material. The displays would then be created using a roll-to-roll manufacturing process in a similar way like a newspaper is printed in the press.

HP is hoping to use this technology to offer lighter and more compact devices such as e-readers and tablets. The head of HP technology is expecting, in about two years, to have the first products on the market and in about three years to have mass production. 

Source: http://www.physorg.com/news188735764.html

 

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/25/2010 | 0 Comments

Charlotte ranks No. 12 on a list of the top 50 cities in the United States at risk for cyber crime, according to a report from Symantec Corp. (SYMC)

Charlotte ranks high for cyber crimes
 

Posted by: Mark Hodson on 3/25/2010 | 0 Comments

Microsoft turns 35 this year; it's come a long way from its humble beginnings in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Here's a look back at the good, the bad and the ugly moments of the company's history.

Microsoft turns 35: Best, worst and most notable moments

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