Company appears to have put its pioneering grid-computing effort on hold until it gets an idea of how to resurrect it.
Sources say the company is aiming for a first-quarter debut, hoping for major performance boost.
It's a new breed of software as a service, allowing users to manipulate existing content on social networking sites.
New and Noteworthy: Jobs = iPod carrier; Apple threatens Linux
With all the hype in the cloud and the clear necessity for big software vendors to stake their claim I would have thought Sun would have announced/done something already. They own all the building blocks but don't seem to connect the dots.
Zack Urlocker, a Sun Microsystems executive, posts a comic take on research firm Gartner's "visual snapshots of a markets direction" on blog Valley of the Geeks.
At a Silicon Valley conference, the often-hyperbolic Roger McNamee explains how the app experience spells danger to indexed search. And by that he means Google.
Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz sheds some light on Sun's plans to become a provider of infrastructure services for the cloud and its JavaFX strategy.
Mozes bookmarks your business cards
Troubleshooting Safari 1.0 (#3): Disabling older versions; Incompatible Sites; Broken banks; more