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Samsung i730 Generally Available
Verizon starts selling the smallish smartphone with the retractable keyboard, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and high-speed cellular earlier than expected. - 6/29/05

Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Buffalo's new equipment is high in power; Wireless Valley accounts for applications; APC ships 3-in-1 pocket router; and more. - 6/29/05

HP Sticks With Tape
Dismissed by some as a dying technology, tape isn't down for the count yet and HP designed its latest products to simplify tape backup for small businesses. - 6/27/05

iPass Goes All-in-One for Security
The company's latest policy enforcement update combines all the technologies they've developed and acquired under one piece of client software. - 6/27/05

Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Newbury upgrades its Watchdog; Metalink says its MIMO chips do 243Mbps; Aperto says competing WiMax chips work together just fine; and more. - 6/27/05

Few Browsers Safe From Latest Spoofing Flaw
Newly reported flaw could lead to phishing attacks against almost all major browsers. - 6/23/05

Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Wayport to sell voice badges; new Cisco courses on latest Cisco hardware; Viper offers Wi-Fi phone; Netgear expands RangeMax line; and more. - 6/22/05

MasterCard: 40M Credit Card Accounts Exposed
In what is considered one of the largest security breaches, MasterCard International said information on more than 40 million credit cards lay exposed at credit card processor CardSystems Solutions. - 6/20/05

AOL The Most Infected? That's 'Silly'
AOL said a report calling it the most-infected network on the Internet is actually great news. Just look at the numbers. - 6/16/05

Microsoft Plugs 10 on Patch Tuesday
June's security update shores up three critical vulnerabilities and seven moderate-to-important flaws in Microsoft's software. - 6/14/05

New Trojan Pretends to be Antivirus Software
Skulls virus takes another lap -- in disguise. - 6/13/05

Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Switch vendors pick on Proxim; SMC Networks has new line for homes; WiTopia.net cuts price of hosted 802.1X; and more. - 6/13/05

Wi-Fi Product Watch
The latest updates and new products in wireless networking: Hawking's signal detector also connects; Sputnik software works with Active Directory; Aruba uses Sygate for on-demand security; and more. - 6/9/05

Is Tape Winding Down as a Backup Option?
Recent well-publicized backup tape losses appear to be pushing some storage users to consider disk-based alternatives. - 6/8/05

Yahoo! and Cisco Join on Anti-Phishing Tech
The companies have announced the fusion of their e-mail authentication technologies into what the companies are calling 'DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM).' - 6/7/05

Cingular and HP Launch New iPAQ
The successor to HP's iPAQ H6315 offers automatic connections to the fastest available data network -- GSM/GPRS, WiFi, or Bluetooth -- and a differenct carrier -- Cingular rather than T-Mobile. - 6/7/05

McAfee Buys Wireless Security
The security vendor covers Wi-Fi security with the acquisition. - 6/2/05


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