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For Photokina, the Japanese lensmaker announces it's brought image stabilization to two lenses geared for full-frame SLRs. They'll work on Canon, Sony, and Nikon cameras.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo says mobile usage and revenue are outpacing the desktop Web version of the microblog, and that he doesn't concern himself about an IPO.
Analysts aren't looking for a big gain. The networking giant is basically holding the fort, and amid economic concerns, another cut in the outlook can't be ruled out.
Recent IT trends such as Web 2.0 and virtualization have begun to fundamentally change IT's ambitions for itself, not to mention businesses' expectations of IT.
The new organization includes more than 70 global IT leaders, representing $50 billion dollars in annual IT spend. They've banded together to learn from each other and together influence IT procurement.
Extended multishot technology will quadruple the H4D-50's resolution starting in the first quarter of 2011. Also: two new Hasselblad lenses that can keep up.
The Japanese camera equipment maker expects the new Foveon sensor in its upcoming SD1 will prove more competitive. Also: New image-stabilized lenses and Sigma's financial crisis.
Networking giant falls slightly short of revenue expectations for the fourth quarter, sending its stock price down after the market closed.
At the Linux Foundation Summit in San Francisco, executives are showing that Linux has just scratched the surface of new opportunities.
Welcome to 2010. I hope you're buckled in and ready to go, because it's going to be a fast, wild ride. One well beyond the fast pace IT already expects.