Thursday, April 28, 2005


CIOs, CTO give thumbs-up to software as a service (InfoWorld)
InfoWorld - SANTA CLARA, Calif. - CIOs and a CTO serving on an IT issues panel at the Software 2005 conference here on Wednesday gave a thumbs-up to software as a service, open source, and collaboration technology.

Bahrain Site Registration Sparks Protests (AP)
AP - All Web sites operating in Bahrain must register with the country's Information Ministry under a new government mandate that has provoked protests from an international watchdog for press freedom.

Review: Mac Os X Steps Ahead of Windows (AP)
AP - Tired of waiting while your PC slowly scours its hard drive for a document you stashed somewhere six months ago? Sick of having to change how you work to conform with the computer's rigid way of organizing files? Bored with the flat look of the desktop's graphics?

High-Tech Giants Push for Digital-TV (AP)
AP - A group of U.S. high-tech heavyweights on Wednesday urged Congress to set a firm date for the transition to digital signals for television broadcasts, saying it's critical for innovation and jobs.

Bharti net profit more than doubles on growing phone use in India (AFP)
AFP - India's largest private phone company, Bharti Televentures, said net profit more than doubled to 14.4 billion rupees (335 million dollars) in the year to March as mobile and Internet subscribers rose sharply.

Nokia cell phone the first of its kind (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Want to talk - and rock? Wednesday, No. 1 cell phone manufacturer Nokia set its sights on dethroning Apple's iconic iPod music device with the cellular industry's first 4-gigabyte hard drive handset.

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