Laura Rohde

Rohde is a reporter for the IDG News Service.

IBM will mine Blue Gene technology for BladeCenter

Blending of Blue Gene technology with blade servers not likely to produce results until 2006-2007

Vodafone pushing e-mail service

Vodafone Group formally launched its own version of a wireless "push" e-mail service on Thursday, with plans to roll it out across Europe by the end of the year.Though the Newbury, England, company said that the service will...

Update: Nokia's first-quarter profit jumps 18 percent

Handset maker reports $1.1 billion in net profits

Vodafone plans 'push' e-mail service

Vodafone set to take on RIM's Blackberry device

Security in new Opera browser fights phishing

Opera 8 gains features for tighter security, ability to surf the Web with voice commands

IBM to unveil European restructuring plan by June

Job cuts that are expected to be in the thousands as IMB closes some operations

Reuters shuts down IM system to fight Kelvir IM worm

IM system brought back online early Friday; no incidents of users being infected have been reported

Update: Siebel dumps CEO Lawrie for Shaheen

Siebel names board member George Shaheen as its new chief

EDS system drove staff to enter false data, report says

Problems with EDS-developed system led to pervasive frustration at U.K. agency

UK government funds new open-source initiative

Open Source Academy to promote use of open source by local governments

More sophisticated cyber crime costs UK billions

National Hi-Tech Crime Unit puts cost at $4.61 billion

Possible U.S.-EU fight looms over biometric passports

U.S. unlikely to extend October deadline requiring EU travelers to have passports with biometric capabilities

Update: U.K.'s NHS outsources back-office financial services

LONDON -- An effort to outsource and computerize some back-office finance and accounting services within the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) will be formally launched on Friday by the Department of Health (DOH) and its corporate...

Update: U.K. government withholds EDS checks over IT system

EDS continuing to have problems with management and telephony systems it developed for U.K. government

AMD previews Pacifica virtualization technology

Technology turns one compute system into multiple 'virtual' systems

Ericsson, Sendo begin antitrust legal fight

Companies launch patent infringement, anticompetitive practices lawsuits

Symbian licenses Microsoft ActiveSync protocol

Symbian-based mobile phones will be able to synchronize e-mail, other data with servers running Exchange Server 2003

Rambus, Infineon reach settlement

Infineon agrees to pay quarterly license fee of $5.85 million

RIM and NTP resolve patent litigation

Companies to enter licensing agreement

BI vendors tout integration tools

Oracle, Information Builders, Spotfire help customers get to data sources

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