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AOL To Give Away Anti-Virus Service
The ISP decides that paying for anti-virus protection will be a thing of the past. - 10/28/04

Apple Update Patches QuickTime
'Highly critical' flaw found -- and fixed -- in Apple's media player software. - 10/28/04

Buffer Overflow Flaw in RealPlayer
RealNetworks confirms that users are at risk of code execution attacks. - 10/27/04

IE Fights Back, Sort Of
Amid the buzz surrounding alternative browsers, one security researcher claims Microsoft's is more stable. - 10/22/04

'Drag-and-Drop' IE Flaw Persists
New products from the big names in wireless home networking take entertainment to the next level using the latest Microsoft technology. - 10/21/04

Extreme Unveils Wi-Fi Switch 'Little Brother'
Tailoring device size to capacity needs, the switch vendor offers its customers big cost savings—and also introduces software support for enterprise VoIP. - 10/20/04

Excellence in Technology Awards: Make Your Nominations
What hardware was hot, what software sizzled and which services reigned supreme? Break away from your balance sheet and nominate your favorites in the Small Business Computing 2005 Excellence in Technology Awards. - 10/18/04

Bit Defender to Fight SMB Security Threats in U.S
Installed in over 41 million computers around the world, Bit Defender now offers its software in the U.S. What's in it for us? - 10/18/04

SBC Sees Cheap Wi-Fi as Cable Cudgel
The carrier offers its DSL customers lots of hotspots for cheap in new service plan. - 10/18/04

Microsoft Releases Scanning Tool
New tool released as Beckham Trojan kicks around. - 10/15/04

Consumer Vendors Boost Multimedia Support
New products from the big names in wireless home networking take entertainment to the next level using the latest Microsoft technology. - 10/13/04

Microsoft's 'Critical' Patches Include IE Fix
October's batch of patches includes a monster fix for the Internet Explorer browser and critical updates for SMTP, NNTP, Excel and Windows Shell. - 10/13/04

8X8 on VoIP: Seeing Is Believing
Will a new videophone-VoIP bundle help 8X8 attract new customers? - 10/13/04

Linksys, AT&T Team for Consumer VoIP
-Mobile's public Wi-Fi isn't just for enthusiasts any more—the company hopes that deploying 802.1X-based authentication at all of its U.S. locations will get corporations to sign on. - 10/12/04

Software Forms New Antenna
Antenna designer InterDigital says its new Adaptive Interference Management solution can improve antenna performance and range. - 10/8/04

Corridor Brings Wi-Fi to the 'Burbs
A newly deployed wireless network is providing Internet access to a potential base of 195,000 rural and suburban users in Oregon, and that's only the beginning; plans include eventual consumer voice services. - 10/7/04

Microsoft: Adware Disrupts SP2 Installations
A critical Windows XP update is released to deal with a compatibility problem caused by T.V. Media's adware. - 10/6/04

Dual-Band Returns Home
Netgear is the latest company to reintroduce dual-band products—those with 802.11a and 11b/g support—in the home networking market, with designs on future wireless multimedia applications. - 10/5/04

T-Mobile's Hotspots Are Secured
-Mobile's public Wi-Fi isn't just for enthusiasts any more—the company hopes that deploying 802.1X-based authentication at all of its U.S. locations will get corporations to sign on. - 10/5/04

Apple Patches QuickTime Flaw
The computer maker attempts 'highly critical' vulnerability in its media player and tends to other flaws in its Mac OS X. - 10/5/04

Switching Off the Lights?
Legra and AirFlow, two startups that were part of the Wi-Fi wireless switch craze, maybe be among the first victims of a market over-saturated with vendors. - 10/4/04


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