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Technology


July 30, 2008  12:09 PM

Overheard: Jack Kelley designed the first mouse pad



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Technology

jack_kelley.jpg Jack Kelley designed the world's first mouse pad in 1969, when he worked at the Stanford Research...

July 27, 2008  1:55 PM

Overheard: Version control comments



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Technology

goodcomments.jpg Thank you to Geek and Poke cartoons, Creative Commons License


July 26, 2008  12:16 PM

Overheard: i-9/11



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Technology

lawrence_lessig.jpg There’s going to be an i-9/11 event, an event that demonstrates the instability of the Internet,...


July 25, 2008  2:19 PM

Overheard: Robert Metcalfe



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Technology

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July 24, 2008  6:22 PM

Overheard: Leveraging the role of the CIO



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
IT, Technology

farnsworth_alan_2005.jpg In a move apparently designed to reduce poor alignment and create strategic opportunity,...


July 21, 2008  3:20 PM

Overheard: Positioning CherryPal as the first cloud computer



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Cloud computing, Technology, thin client

chris_morrison.jpg That’s because the CherryPal, set to begin shipping at the end of this month, is a true cloud...


July 18, 2008  11:19 AM

Overheard: iPhone and the Enterprise



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Apple, Enterprise, iPhone, Mobile, Technology

andrewgarcia.jpg The various iterations of the iPhone Configuration Utility could be successfully used in smaller,...


July 13, 2008  8:07 PM

Overheard: The future of NAND



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
Apple, flash memory, Memory, Technology

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July 11, 2008  9:28 AM

Overheard: Back to the future with graphene



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
integrated circuits, nantotechnology, Technology

darren_waters.jpg Companies like Intel have a roadmap to reduce the size of circuits on the silicon wafer, down to about 10...


July 3, 2008  12:49 PM

Quiz: Writing for business, July 3



Posted by: Margaret Rouse
quiz, Technology

Which is correct? Now that Apple has embraced the enterprise, IT execs will be ________ their iPhones instead of their Blackberrys. a. flouting b. flaunting


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