Nokia is on the verge of launching its own iTunes-like music downloads service, if rumours are correct. Online reports suggest the handset vendor is to unveil the service later this month, alongside two new music-oriented handsets.
Technology services behemoth IBM said it has signed an agreement to acquire privately held Princeton Softech Inc for an undisclosed sum.
... manufacturers could gain more than $80bn over the next decade if the chip market was "open to competition". From that figure, consumers would save at least $61bn over the period and PC makers would save $20bn.
http://www.theoildrum.com/node/2826"A couple of days ago I was reading the CNN/YouTube Democratic presidential debate transcript. Of course I am always interested to hear what the candidates have to say about energy. There were a lot of good comments, and the usual spattering of dumb comments. But I won't dissect them right now. What got me to thinking were the comments of John Edwards...
The number of computer scientists in a room is inversely proportional to the number of bugs in their code.