The head of Apple Pay says the coffee shop will start piloting the mobile payments service this year and roll it out to about 7,500 stores next year. It's also heading for KFC and Chili's.
Defense officials in India say they're going to use the bhut jolokia, the world's hottest chili pepper, to make tear-gas grenades in their war on terrorism.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are suing over use of the name of one of their songs. Here's why they should lose.
Cobalt Networks acquires ChiliSoft for about $70 million in stock--but founder Charles Crystle plans to put much of his proceeds to philanthropic use.
Chili!Soft announced the availability of Active Server Pages for Linux. The software allows Web developers to easily build dynamic Web applications and database connections and exploits the growing reliance on Linux as a Web platform.
Application server maker Chili!Soft has appointed former GemStone Systems executive Bryan Grummon as its new president and CEO. Grummon, who previously served as GemStone's CEO, replaces Charles Crystle, who founded Chili!Soft and served as the company's interim chief executive. Crystle remains as the Chili!Soft's chief technology officer.
ChiliSoft will release a workgroup edition of its ASP software June 16. The software allows Netscape servers to host Microsoft Active Server Pages applications and components. The new edition, designed for smaller companies, costs $695 for ten concurrent users.