More Ways to Share/Steal Wi-Fi
The blogosphere is abuzz this week with a couple of new Wi-Fi related products, one which you may want to try out socially, and another you probably don’t want to touch with a ten-foot antenna.
Firefox 1.5 Gets Its Last Update
New updates fixing Firefox 2.x and 1.5.x are out, including at least one critical flaw.
Study: Smartphone Extras Driving Sales
ABI Research finds the smartphone sector bubbling along with a craze to personalize.
Apple Partners With YouTube
Apple is giving its floundering Apple TV something it has yet to gain, besides an audience: content.
And The Winner Is: IP Phone or Desktop?
As the world moves to an all-IP infrastructure for both voice and data, the role of the traditional desktop phone may well be changing.
IPv6 For Small Business Arrives
With everything you have to contend with running a small business, you probably don’t know that the Internet is running of IP addresses. You might not even really care. Except that eventually it will affect you
T-Mobile Wing: First Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone
It has a sports slider keyboard and loads of features like predecessor, but is nearly a third smaller.
New WLAN Controllers Target SMBs
The Wi-Fi controller (née switch) market has long been the province of big corporations. But two vendors -- Netgear and Ruckus Wireless -- announced plans for product lines targeting budget-conscious SMBs.
11n: Let the Testing Begin
The Wi-Fi Alliance has a new Certified logo for 802.11n Draft 2.0 testing, not to mention a new testbed.
Communicate, Store and Protect
This week, several items crossing the news desk caught our eye. We take look at a monitor that unifies communication, an even bigger Buffalo and data backup that fits in your wallet.
wUSB on Windows Mobile
Ultrawideband makers strut their stuff at WinHEC 2007, including high-speed handhelds and video convergence.
Azimuth To Test 802.11n
The ADEPT-n MIMO Test Platform will handle repeatable testing in a single-box solution.
D-Link's Draft-N 2.0 Upgrade Ready
The Xtreme N product line may be the first to support the almost-final version of 802.11n.
Netgear Bids For More Storage Networking
Seeing growth potential in storage, Netgear bids to buy Infrant to accommodate SMBs.
Security Vendors Debate the 'Arms Race'
Vendors and investors look for solutions to a 'super-evolving list of threats.'
Dell Set to Sell Ubuntu Linux
Customers asked and Dell listened; pre-loaded Linux is finally coming.
Zip and Encrypt Your E-mail: For Free
PKWare's making its SecureZip available to individuals for free, which means it won't cost a thing to encrypt the files you store on your desktop or send via e-mail.
Skype Gets a Tongue Lashing
Verizon Wireless, AT&T and CTIA lashed out Monday at VoIP provider Skype's proposal to require wireless carries to open their networks to any type of device or Web application (i.e. Skype).
Fix It Fast with Remote Support Service
OfficeMax and HiWired team up to offer a new remote-access service that they say will let you contact support technicians over a secure broadband connection.
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