ANZ launch M-Banking, allowing customers to make a variety of bank transactions from any Java-enabled mobile handset.
There's only one problem: it's standard definition, and that upsets us.
So you want to record TV and watch some video from the Internet do you? disgo thinks it has the perfect product for you, but it's a shame it's standard definition
Two incidences involving lost back-up data storage tapes affect nearly 50 institutional customers and more than 4 million shareholder customers of The Bank of New York Mellon.
A microbial fuel cell for LED lighting in Africa; a showdown over fossil fuels at Exxon; wasted energy through redundant data center data; and the rising costs of power plant construction.
Linux isn't a price tag. It's a strategic decision to go for superior performance, flexibility, value, and innovation. The NYSE Euronext could have spent its money anywhere, but didn't. It went with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The open choice.
Bank of America is trying to patent the process of getting rid of expensive American workers in favor of outsourced development. Very American of it.
Unless forthcoming federal regulations are rewritten, critics of a 2006 anti-gambling law say the rules will invade Americans' privacy and ensnare perfectly legal transactions.
After a federal judge in San Francisco rebuffed its claims, Bank Julius Baer is abandoning (at least for now) the lawsuit that sought to muzzle Wikileaks.org.
Lester Young, president of the Earth Policy Institute, says state-level opposition and investor wariness could spell the end of new coal plants.