Technology shakes up media
Just as technology gave rise to newspapers, many say technology will inevitably lead to their demise.
SOA knowledge lacking
HP taps into SOA market with new products, while researchers say lack of knowledge limits adoption.
HP fortifies network security
HP's networking division introduces an automated security solution for wired and wireless networks.
Nokia predicts mobile boom
Wider adoption of mobility solutions by SA business is not far away, says Nokia.
Conspiracy of silence
Despite journalists' efforts, some of the juiciest news stories can never be told.
Tech catches up with business
Technology is finally able to deliver what business needs, says Citrix.
Mobile boosts Java in Asia
In this World Wide Wrap: Mobile boosts Java in Asia, Open-Xchange shares code, IVT releases new Java app, and SigmaQuest enhances Java BI.
Competition is good
Windows Live Search is proof competition is good in any market.
Sun releases JES 5.0
In this World Wide Wrap: Sun releases JES 5.0, EclipseCon focuses on scripting, and Red Hat, Exadel enter partnership.
Technology addiction grows
In today's technology roundup: Technology addiction grows, Sanyo and Lenovo to share costs, and California eyes Open Docs.
US gets first mobile TV service
In today's technology roundup: US gets first mobile TV service, Samsung produces 1Gb DRAM, Oracle DBs vulnerable to attack, and theatre blocks mobile phones.