This is pretty cool and a little big brotherish as well. Network World originally posted this article a couple days ago, but it caught my eye and looks to be an interesting concept. Check it out and send us your thoughts. Credit: NetworkWorld.com
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Unified Communications (UC) is getting a lot of publicity in the tech media these days. But the big push by manufacturers to integrate chat and presence with existing communication systems may not drive sales as much as initially expected. A
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has been quoted as saying there will be, “no media consumption left in 10 years that is not delivered over an IP network.” Ballmer continued to say there “will be no newspapers, no magazines that are
It’s no shocker that higher oil and energy prices are putting pressure on business travel. CNBC.com is reporting that these increased travel costs are beginning to reflect on the bottom line of technology companies that can provide video conferencing and collaboration products.
Credit: Networkworld.com Mozilla is aiming to create what may be the geekiest world record ever with its upcoming Firefox 3 browser release. The company on Wednesday started a campaign asking users to pledge to download the next full release of
ShoreTel has posted a ShoreTel 8 demo video on YouTube and we have it for you on this site. You can check out the video in the left hand column. We will keep the video up for a while so
It looks like Google’s world domination plan is still full steam ahead. According to comScore, Google’s search share checked in at 61.6% in March with Yahoo finishing a distant second at 20.4% and Microsoft posting 9.1%. These staggering figures demonstrate Google’s
Long Term Evolution (LTE)-based services are garnering a lot of attention in the mobile broadband industry, despite the fact that they are at least two years away from being deployed. LTE, considered by many analysts to be the next big
Here’s a fun look at the evolution of the cellphone industry in 3 minutes. Check out the video below and try to remember what your first cellphone looked like, it is entertaining.
PALO ALTO, Calif., May 27, 2008 – HP ProCurve experienced year-over-year port growth for the first calendar quarter of 2008 that nearly quadrupled the growth rate of the networking industry, according to data from a quarterly report by market research