Noticias y opinión
Responsables de Google han mostrado su falta de optimismo sobre el futuro del PC como plataforma desde la que realizar búsquedas on-line.
Como ya hiciera la semana pasada en Madrid, Oracle ha llevado a Barcelona su gira europea Cloud Computing Forum.
The cool new handheld Wi-Fi troubleshooter from Fluke Networks can help network technicians who aren't RF engineers to quickly diagnose a range of common wireless LAN problems.
Offers monitoring capabilities for Xen Hypervisor
New platform offers smartphone support and full integration with Blackberry Enterprise Server
Promises users up to 9% performance improvement in some applications
Despite its desktop-oriented reputation, Ubuntu is making serious inroads as a business server that can compete with Red Hat
How can developers create great apps using just a simulator? They can't, so good iPad apps may be a ways off
Visual Studio Team Explorer 2010, based on Teamprise technology acquired from SourceGear, enables TFS to serve as an ALM server for multiple platforms
Trusting corporate data to the cloud is a risk to be dealt with, experts say
T-Mobile USA has replaced Yahoo with Google as its default search engine on mobile phones, such as BlackBerry smartphones. Yahoo says it will continue to work with T-Mobile, citing the recent partnership on Yahoo Mail and Yahoo Messenger and on content services such as the placement of various Yahoo services on T-Mobile's Web2Go portal. Default search deals significantly improve search engine market share, as users are more likely to carry out searches through the search engine presented by the browser.
At the RSA conference in San Francisco, Trend Micro CTO Raimund Genes discusses the company's plans for building private clouds within public clouds.
Microsoft executives have indicated repeatedly that the company intends to stay in China and compete aggressively for the search and cloud-computing markets, despite some recent controversy in which Google briefly threatened to end its operations in China. Both Microsoft and Google lag behind homegrown Chinese search engine Baidu in that market, considered one of the world's fastest-growing. Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and Google CEO Eric Schmidt have reaffirmed their commitment to human rights within the context of doing business in China.
Google is open-sourcing the code for its recently acquired ReMail application, citing strong interest in the mobile search product. Google, which released the code under the Apache 2.0 license, faced some complaints after removing ReMail's iPhone application from Apple's App Store with plans to discontinue it. The open-sourcing of ReMail signals a trend for Google acquisitions when it plans to kill off a product.
Microsoft put heavy emphasis on the cloud this week, with CEO Steve Ballmer announcing during a March 4 discussion at the University of Washington that the company intended to use cloud functionality as the jumping-off point for its future products and services. In the meantime, Microsoft's issues with the European Commission, the EU's antitrust regulatory body that voiced concern over the bundling of Internet Explorer with Windows, may not be over yet. And Windows 7 reportedly continued to sell strongly.