Claims German biz used ERP to 'lure' them into joint venture
Data warehousing biz Teradata has flung a sueball (PDF) at SAP in the District Court for Northern California, alleging the German ERP giant undertook a "decade-long campaign of trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and antitrust violations".…
Commentary: I thought music, movies or weird body augmentation tech would make me feel old. Turns out it was a video game, and that video game is Fortnite.
San Francisco's plan to build a city-wide gigabit fiber Internet service won't go forward this year, as city officials decided they need to do more research before asking voters to approve a ballot initiative.
The universal broadband project "has suffered a setback as outgoing Mayor Mark Farrell will not place a tax measure on the November ballot to fund the project before he leaves office in the coming weeks," the San Francisco Examiner reported Sunday. The deadline for Farrell to submit the ballot initiative passed yesterday.
In January, the city issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to find companies that are qualified to build the network. After examining the submissions, the city named three entities (Bay City Broadband Partners, FiberGateway, and Sonic Plenary SF Fiber) as "pre-qualified bidders."
Disney really, really doesn't want to let Comcast have Fox.
The second-generation A1 arrives with sharper lines loosely inspired by the Audi Quattro.
Intense industry lobbying could push state Democrats to water down the strongest net neutrality legislation to date.
From CNET Magazine: Telemedicine may not be new, but it's still one of the most powerful tools we have to help people hurt in the crossfire.
No, but not everyone's happy with the changes
JURI, European Parliament's legal affairs committee, voted today to approve article 11 of the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, which allows news publishers to seek payment for reuse of snippets of articles, in a narrow 13:12 vote.…
Normally $800, this new model has ample horsepower for the most demanding games. Plus: Keep your phone safe from sand, water and other summertime threats.
A London local authority requested security codes among other details be sent via a Word document.
There are a lot...
And it might not smudge up with your fingerprints as much.
Faster interface aims to replace 6Gbit/s dead end in servers
Toshiba has sent in a SAS SSD hit team to assault SATA SSDs and their slower interface in the shape of its RM5 vSAS drive.…
It's Carry On Coding as Microsofties fiddle with knobs
The spirit of Kenneth Williams* is alive and well in the corridors of Redmond, with staffer Raymond Chen detailing some internal Microsoft jargon in a euphemism-heavy MSDN posting.…
Commentary: 30-pin. Lightning. USB-C? Get your dongles ready.
Wants to shut off access to Europol, security DBs
The UK will only be able to get a data adequacy decision from the European Union once it has offered up its new legal framework – and won't get access to the bloc's policing and security databases, Michel Barnier has warned.…
Curious about Wi-Fi calling and what it entails? Here's the rundown on what you need to know.
BT fined for sending nearly five million emails promoting three charities to customers.
Both the Hollywood Reporter and Variety reported Tuesday that plans are afoot to bring multiple new Star Trek shows to life, with Alex Kurtzman at the helm as part of a new five-year deal (he is currently the main showrunner for Star Trek: Discovery).
Kurtzman is a longtime Trek veteran and co-wrote both the 2009 Star Trek film and its sequel, Star Trek into Darkness.
"There is a very short list of writer-producer-directors that every film and television studio wants to be associated with, and Alex and his Secret Hideout team are always at the top," David Stapf, president of CBS Television Studios, said in a statement sent to both news outlets and to Ars. "His talent, taste, and ability to shepherd a successful project is unparalleled."
Episode 5: The VR pioneer shows us just how much we're being manipulated by Facebook.