Oracle continues PeopleSoft 9 rollout ... AOL 9.0 is accused of 'badware behavior' ... McAfee warns of 'SMiShing' attacks'
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Google launches hosted application suite for small business ... Toshiba to make Microsoft's Zune music player ... Much work remains to be done on Oracle's Fusion project
News: Oracle continues PeopleSoft 9 rollout
News: Google rolls out apps-hosting beta version for biz
News: AOL 9.0 is accused of 'badware behavior'
News: McAfee warns of 'SMiShing' attacks'
News: Google signs advertising deal with eBay
News: Atheros to pave way for cheaper fast WLAN
News: Toshiba will build Microsoft Zune players
News: Qualcomm launches chip for low-cost phones
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Oracle continues PeopleSoft 9 rollout
Oracle Corp. continued to release pieces of its PeopleSoft Enterprise 9 applications suite, turning its attentions to performance management. The move is part of Oracle's most substantial revamp of the suite since acquiring PeopleSoft in January 2005.
Google rolls out apps-hosting beta version for biz
Google Inc. has launched Google Apps for Your Domain, a suite of hosted collaboration applications for small to medium-size businesses, universities, groups and affinity organizations, with plans to expand to larger companies by year's end.
AOL 9.0 is accused of 'badware behavior'
AOL LLC's free Internet client software has earned the company a slap on the wrist from StopBadware.org, a consortium set up to combat malicious software. In a report set to be released Monday, the group advises users to steer clear of the software because of its "badware behavior."
McAfee warns of 'SMiShing' attacks'
Cell phone users should watch out for text messages containing a Web site link which, when visited, could download a Trojan horse, security experts have warned.
Google signs advertising deal with eBay
Google Inc. has signed a deal to become the exclusive provider of text-based advertising for eBay Inc.'s Web sites outside of the U.S.
Atheros to pave way for cheaper fast WLAN
Wireless LAN access points based on the first draft of a new, faster standard are likely to dip below US$100 for the holidays.
Toshiba will build Microsoft Zune players
Microsoft Corp. confirmed Friday that Toshiba Corp. will manufacture its Zune music player, a product the company aims to take on Apple Computer Inc.'s successful iPod.
Qualcomm launches chip for low-cost phones
With an eye to the nascent market for low-cost mobile phones in emerging markets, Qualcomm Inc. has unveiled a new chip that integrates several components into a single system.
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