Hitachi Hatches Mini Drive For Consumer Devices
Hitachi's disk drive unit unveiled a 1.8-inch hard disk drive to satisfy consumers' needs for smaller hard drives that have enough juice to power MP3 players and personal digital assistants.
Ballmer Beats Security Drum
The Microsoft CEO also hits on Web Services, Linux and a little company named Google in Boston meeting.
XP SP2 Goes International
The service pack is released to manufacturing in German, Japanese, Korean, simplified Chinese and traditional Chinese languages.
Iomega REVs up to SCSI
Iomega's REV drives make a good alternative to tape backup systems — and the new SCSI version takes aim at both servers and PCs.
Inexpensive Equipment Spurs on SoCal Wi-Fi Group
Always a friend to those looking to spread Wi-Fi, Sputnik offered an equipment bundle to the San Diego freenet at a price they couldn't refuse.
Linksys, Netgear to Offer VoIP at Home
The two companies will build phone adapters into new home networking products for instant access to cheap phone calls on the Vonage service.
Sprinting Toward VoIP
The network operator inks third VoIP deal with a cable operator.
Worm Uses Webcams to Spy on Users
A new variant of the Rbot worm has the ability to take over users' webcams and use them to spy on people in their offices and homes.
Don't SPIT on VOIP
It's only a matter of time before spam and denial of service attacks affect VoIP. Is anyone ready?
What's Hot in Hotspots
The latest in public access Wi-Fi: Vivato powers rural Washington and a Florida stadium; Chicago's Field Museum to get in-building (and out) wireless; Hilton to promote wireless service by offering laptop discounts; and more.
Researcher Finds Flaws in XP SP2
German security firm finds weaknesses in the service pack's warning mechanism.
Maxtor Rocks on With DiamondMax 10
Hard drives just keep getting bigger and faster. Maxtor's just released its latest, the DiamondMax 10. Could your business use more drive?
Microsoft Releases XP SP2 Warning List
If you run the Windows XP operating system, you should check this list twice to avoid possible disruptions of third-party FTP programs, peer-to-peer applications and multimedia streaming software.
Juniper Jumps into SMB Security
The company announces a new line of affordable, easy-to-install SSL VPN appliances geared specifically for the small-to-medium size market.
Symantec Says Don't Leave Security Patches to Chance
As viruses, worms and other threats continue to abound, it seems there's a new patch released in the time it takes to say 'vulnerability.' To automate the patch management process, Symantec today announced a new version of ON iPatch.
WIDCOMM Bluetooth a Virus Risk
A security research firm has discovered a serious vulnerability in WIDCOMM's widely deployed Bluetooth Connectivity Software that could lead to wireless delivery of malicious worms and viruses.
Microsoft XP SP2 Blog Watch
Reading between the bloglines gives a clearer picture of Microsoft's vision and plans for XP SP2.
Apple Plugs OS X Vulnerabilities
Mac OS X Panther users at risk of sensitive data leakage, DoS attacks and system access.
Microsoft XP SP2 Ready to Serve and Protect
Microsoft ended nearly a year of anticipation Friday afternoon when it annnounced that it had released to manufacturing Windows XP Service Pack 2 with Advanced Technologies.
Critical Bug Found in AOL's AIM
A specially crafted AIM away message could put users at risk of PC takeover
Critical Flaws Spoil Opera Tune
Alternative Web browser firm Opera Software has issued a fix for its flagship Opera browser after a security research firm reported a potentially dangerous security bug.
FCC Says VoIP Subject to Wiretap Laws
Despite unanimous vote, commissioners question legal underpinning of decision.
What's Hot in Hotspots
The latest in public access Wi-Fi: Toshiba announces prices for MyConnect; Boingo is in more airport, downtown Encinitas, Calif., and Nantucket Island to both get wireless; and more.
Three-in-One Virus Zapper Released
Microsoft's latest virus removal tool helps disinfect systems impacted by the recent Mydoom, Zindos and Doomjuice worm attacks.
Nothing to Fear With This Ghost
Symantec's Norton Ghost 9.0 is designed to let you rest easier knowing your system files, documents and other important data backed up
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