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Supercomputer Expert Joins Microsoft

In what will be his first job in the commercial sector, veteran supercomputer research Daniel Reed, former director of the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, chief architect of... More...

Paypal CEO joins RuneScape Developers

Jagex Ltd, the developer of popular online MMORPG RuneScape, announced that Geoff Iddison, the former European CEO of PayPal, has joined the company as CEO. Iddison has extensive experience in leading international e-commerce-based businesses. Iddison... More...

Disney Joins the Social Networking Club

Social networking, a phenomenon which has experienced enormous growth since MySpace brought it into the mainstream, apparently has become so profitable that even Disney, mastermind behind animated classics such as Snow White and the Seven... More...

Samsung joins 1.8-inch 64GB SSD club

64GB 2.5- and 1.8-inch SSDs (Solid State Drives) will soon become the norm in ultra portable computers giving faster operation and longer battery life thanks to manufacturers like Samsung, SanDisk and others – are hard... More...

Nokia's Wibree joins Bluetooth

Ultra-low power is being added to the features of short-range Bluetooth technology. The ultra low-power Wibree technology developed by Nokia Corp. will become part of the Bluetooth specification under an agreement reached by the Wibree... More...

Big Ten Joins Google Book Project

As part of Google Incorporated's book-scanning project , twelve major universities will digitize select collections in each of their libraries (up to 10 million volumes) with the goal to create a shared digital repository that... More...

Microsoft joins AJAX alliance

Microsoft Corporation has joined the OpenAjax Alliance, a group focused on accelerating the use of Asynchronous JavaScript and XML technologies. Microsoft said it agreed to join the alliance to work with other vendors to evolve... More...

Princeton joins Google Library Project

Google gives the impression they could not care less about the proclaimed copyright violations by the opponents of the company's Library Project. Instead, the search giant just bounces back with yet another deal. Google never... More...

Sony joins laptop battery recall list

On Tuesday, Sony said it would recall 60,000 of its notebook computer batteries in Japan, adding its own name to the list of PC makers recalling Sony-made batteries. Sony's move, which was expected, comes a... More...

Apple Joins CalDAV Organization

Apple has joined the Calendaring and Scheduling Consortium(CalDAV). This follows the company's revelation that Mail 3.0 will support the open standard for enabling electronic calendar access via WebDAV. Organization members include open-source foundations,... More...

Queen Joins iPod Enthusiasts

Queen Elizabeth II has reportedly joined millions of iPod users today – as she approved the purchase of a six gigabyte silver iPod mini. The iPod mini was purchased by a royal staffer for... More...

Oblix Joins Oracle

In an open letter to Oblix customers, Rick Simmons, Vice President of Oblix inc. announced plans that the company would be merging with Oracle. "The union of our two companies will provide an... More...

Yahoo! Joins Desktop Search Market

Yahoo! has become the latest search giant to jump into the desktop search market. It has this morning unveiled its new program which it hopes will allow it compete in the growing war for scanning... More...

Bill Gates joins Berkshire Hathaway's board

Bill Gates joined the board of Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway investment company yesterday, formalizing the relationship between two bridge buddies who happen to be the richest men in the world. Buffett is considered a major... More...

Thomson Joins Microsoft-Time Warner Deal

French technology company Thomson SA said Monday it was joining Microsoft Corp. and Time Warner Inc.'s proposed venture to make anti-piracy software, a move that could relieve European Union concerns about the pending deal. In... More...

Nokia joins with SD Card format

The Inquirer is reporting that mobile manufacturer Nokia could be planning an imminent implementation of SD technology across its mobile phone range. Secure Digital (SD) technology is a data storage technology, allowing easy storage and... More...

Ryan Palacio Joins Sigil (PC)

Sigil Games Online announced today that one of the original designers of EverQuest, Ryan Palacio, has accepted the position of Senior Game Designer to begin work immediately on Sigil's massively multiplayer game Vanguard: Saga of... More...

Linksys joins the "enhanced" 802.11G club

Thanks xStainDx. New Linksys Wireless-G Products with SpeedBooster Provide Enhanced Performance by up to 35% and Compatibility with other 802.11b/g Products Linksys®, a division of Cisco Systems, Inc., and the leading global manufacturer... More...

Australia joins global spam battle

Two Australian government agencies have joined an international campaign aimed at persuading companies to close open relays and proxies, in a bid to reduce the amount of spam. The Australian Competition and Consumer... More...

Novell joins Linux consortium

Novell Tuesday furthered its Linux initiative by joining the Open Source Development Labs, a consortium of companies that are accelerating Linux adoption.Novell will participate in the Data Center Linux working group, which is focused on... More...

Sun cluster guru joins MS in brain drain

A few bombs have dropped within Sun Microsystems' software division, as employees have departed to potentially greener pastures. The most prestigious name is Dr. Yousef Khalidi, distinguished engineer and chief technical officer for N1 products... More...

Connecticut joins Oracle fracas

Connecticut's attorney general announced Wednesday that he plans to file an antitrust lawsuit against Oracle, seeking to defeat the company's proposed buyout of rival PeopleSoft. State leaders said in a statement that Oracle's... More...

Al Gore joins Apple's board

thanks xStainDx Apple Computer on Wednesday named former Vice President Al Gore to its board of directors. In a statement, CEO Steve Jobs noted that Gore is an avid Mac... More...

Dell joins in "Hunt AMD" lark

While the British parliament dithers like a Southpaw McDither™ over whether or when to stop people wearing red jackets hunting foxes with dogs, Dell has decided to indulge in a similar sport, judging from ads... More...

Palm joins OS X supporters

Palm announced this week the availability of a beta, or trial, version of Palm Desktop software 4.0 for the Mac. The new version is Palm's first created for Apple Computer's Mac OS X, the groundbreaking... More...

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