- Google Music with Last.fm | Daniel Slaughter
- Counting Calories? Your Weight-Loss Plan May Be Outdated
- Carbon Disclosure Project’s emissions reduction claims for cloud computing are flawed – GreenMonk: the blog
- Apple Has Sold 222 Million iOS Devices So Far
222M iOS devices in 4 years.
- Mozilla CEO fearful of closed mobile platforms. So what next for Mozilla and Firefox? « Tim Anderson’s ITWriting
"I cannot escape the thought that Mozilla’s time is passing. Its success was built not only on an excellent browser, but also on widespread dissatisfaction with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and the stifling effect it was having on the progress of web standards." Yow!
- MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover join ISIS mobile payment network | This is my next…
- IBM growth driven by software, systems
(a.) "Revenue from software provided $6.2 billion. IBM's key middleware products alone, such as WebSphere, Tivoli, Lotus and Rational, brought in $3.9 billion, a jump of 21 percent." (b.) "On the hardware side, the Systems and Technology segment generated $4.7 billion for the quarter. System z mainframe revenue grew by 61 percent; and MIPS systems sales enjoyed an 86 percent growth. Power System sales grew 12 percent from last year." (c.) "Services revenue growth trailed behind the rate for software and system sales, though it still grew at 10 percent. The company reported a backlog of $144 billion of work that has been booked, up by $15 billion from a year ago. Revenue from the Global Technology Services segment increased 11 percent to $10.2 billion and Global Business Services revenue rose 9 percent to $4.9 billion."
- Apple intros new Mac mini, MacBook Air, Cinema Display with Lion
- Apple posts record quarter on sales of 20 million iPhones, 9 million iPads
The only good response is "Jesus!"…and you Lebowski-ites can fill in the rest.
- PayPal gets into NFC mobile payment game
- Outgoing federal CIO warns of ‘an IT cartel’ – Computerworld
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