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The most daunting part of upgrading to Windows Vista may be trying to figure out where in the layers of menus the networking and file-sharing options are hidden.

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It may not be something you do everyday, but having the supplies and know-how to whip up a network cable on the spot can be very handy.

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The iPhone Reaches Out to the PC
WebEx adds a version of its PCNow software that lets iPhone users check Outlook and PC files remotely. -8/31/07

Microsoft Readies First Vista Service Pack Beta
Vista SP1 is on its way but won't begin full beta testing for another "few weeks." -8/30/07

Symantec Updates Norton AntiVirus, Internet Security
New versions for 2008 add more intelligent filtering and greatly improve performance. -8/29/07

Fujitsu Announces Green Server for Small Business
Low-end, environmentally conscious TX120 server consumes just 163 watts of power and can easily hide under a desk. - 8/29/07

Hide in Plain Sight: HD introduces PoE-capable In-Wall AP
Unit brings unobtrusive Wi-Fi connectivity to home, hospitality, healthcare facilities. - 8/28/07

After The iPhone Hacks
For now, AT&T and Apple are not commenting on apparently successful attempts at unlocking the hot-selling device. - 8/28/07

Hide in Plain Sight: HD introduces PoE-capable In-Wall AP
Unit brings unobtrusive Wi-Fi connectivity to home, hospitality, healthcare facilities. - 8/28/07

New Wi-Fi Distance Record Set
Link crosses Tyrrhenian Sea from Sardinia to Tuscany. - 8/23/07

Google Likely to Bid on 700 MHz Spectrum
CEO Schmidt tells think tank annual conference the search and advertising giant 'probably' will make a run for spectrum. - 8/22/07

Consumer Wi-Fi: The Next Generation
ABI predicts that 802.11n will soon dominate the consumer electronics market. - 8/21/07

FCC Ignoring Free Wireless Broadband Proposal?
M2Z Networks threatens court action to force agency into making a decision. -8/16/07

DirecTV Powers Up With BPL
High-speed Internet and VoIP will arrive through electrical outlets. -8/15/07

New Storage Options Let You Stash Data Anywhere
Innovations in storage technology let you take your data with you – or access it wherever you go – anytime you want. Here's a quick look at three ways to stash your stuff. -8/14/07

Quick Take: Tech That Keeps You on the Move
Even in the dog days of summer there's always some new tech tool to help a small business run more efficiently. Here's a quick look at a few of the latest products that can help keep you rolling along. - 8/14/07

Wi-Fi SideJacking Opened Eyes at BlackHat
When is an SSL-secured site not an SSL-secured site? When it doesn't bother to encrypt anything but your login, leaving the site's cookies open to cloning. - 8/13/07

Iomega Spawns 4th Gen Network Storage
The company says its latest StorCenter offspring is designed for improved performance, advanced network features and data backup. 8/09/07

Muni Wi-Fi Pitches In after Twin Cities Bridge Collapse
Communications suppport for rescue workers and command center allowed for rapid, effective operational response. - 8/08/07

Going Phishing Off the Facebook Platform?
Facebook's popularity grows by the month, but some cracks are starting to show in the platform. - 8/08/07

Buffalo Launches Fast New USB Drive Technology
Networking and storage player Buffalo Technology introduced new offerings in its external USB drive lineup, boasting transfer rate improvements that it says pushes performance by up to 60 faster over competing drives. - 8/6/07

Windows Vista Gets Another Dose of The 'Blue Pill'
Once again security researcher Joanna Rutkowska took the stage at Black Hat, and once again she set out to prove in glorious detail how to exploit and attack Microsoft Windows Vista. - 8/02/07


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