Google Widens Search Lead As Growth Slows
Google's share of the search market reached 41.4% in January, up more than 6 percentage points from a year earlier. Yahoo, MSN, and Time Warner Network all lost market share.
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ipAngel gets some of them right--but just some--in the latest version of its adaptive intrusion prevention system.
Study: Wi-Fi Chipset Market To Grow More
Unit shipments of wireless LAN (WLAN) chipsets are projected to grow from 140 million in 2005 to 430 million in 2009, according to market research firm In-Stat.
Review: ThinkPad T60p
This new ThinkPad is a powerhouse, delivering two new technologies ??? a dual-core processor and built-in 3G ??? in a surprisingly light, if expensive package. (Courtesy: Desktop Pipeline)
Research Group Warns Of New Mobile Device Threat
The proof-of-concept Crossover virus is named for its ability to cross-infect a Windows Mobile Pocket PC from a desktop computer, and then delete files on the mobile device. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
New York Times: It's OK To Be A Bandwidth Vampire
The ethics expert for the New York Times has come out with a startling declaration: It's perfectly fine to hop onto any Wi-Fi network and use the bandwidth, even without asking the owner's permission....
IBM Affirms RFID Commitment
A new asset tracking application, a server upgrade, and a new test center in Dublin make IBM's RFID intentions crystal clear. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
Oracle Launches Free Database Version
Oracle 10g XE, available as a free 150-Mbyte download, is intended for developers, and there are hardware and memory constraints. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
CA Takes An Indirect Route To Sales Success
Part of enterprise management vendor CA's revamped corporate strategy is to work more closely with channel partners to sell solutions and support customers. The company has never been known for having particularly warm relations with resellers but there have been recent indications of a thaw in that area. And now the real test begins with CA's announced plan to reduce the number of named accounts it handles directly, and rely
Review: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7
Panasonic's DMC-FZ7 puts an array of high end features in a lightweight camera for less than $400. (Courtesy: Personal Tech Pipeline)
Oracle SOA Suite
With SOA Suite, Oracle has bundled several tools, letting nearly any user bring about SOA implementations.
Google Expands Payment Services
Google Inc. has started offering payment services for buyers and sellers on its Google Base, a searchable online database where people can submit almost any online and offline item.
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PayPal Password-stealing Trojan Mass Mailed
Several million copies of a password-stealing Trojan horse were spammed to Internet users late last week, so workers returning to the office should be especially careful. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
DreamWorks Moves To SOA
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. is expected to announce Tuesday a successful transition to a service-oriented architecture. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
Now Past $2 Billion, Juniper Looks To '06
Hoping to capitalize on the momentum of its emerging technologies and growing partner program, Juniper executives painted a rosy picture of the company's prospects during its annual analyst day.
Survey: Skill Shortage Slowing RFID Adoption
An industry group-sponsored study released Monday shows that 75 percent of business professionals think there's an insufficient skilled workforce to design and deploy RFID strategies. (Courtesy: TechWeb)
Feds: Google Request Doesn't Harm Privacy
Here's the latest from the people who brought you massive, illegal wiretapping and the Patriot Act: Trust us when it comes to privacy. The Justice Department has filed papers in federal court contending that Google should comply with a subpoena...
Ericsson Plans To Invest $100 Million In India
Swedish telecoms equipment firm Ericsson opened a research and development center in the southern Indian city of Chennai, which is intended to focus on creating value-added applications for the multimedia
Rightsizing IT Management
Small and medium businesses are no longer being left out in the cold my IT management vendors focused solely on the biggeste enterprises. IBM Tivoli is the latest vendor to get smart about delivering IT management solutions designed specifically to meet the cost and complexity requirements of small and medium sized businesses. With its Tivoli Express Portfolio, Big Blue is delivering a suite of products that provide levels
The heat is rising--and costs, too--as tightly packed servers consume gobs of electricity. And the problem could get worse before efforts to contain it catch up, as server deployments rise
Chip Speed Vs. Power Demand
Shipments of dual-core x86 processors are expected to outstrip single-core versions this year as IT departments embrace them as the surest way to increase data center performance while containing energy
Oracle Integrating Identity Wares
Oracle plans to have a somewhat-integrated version of acquired identity and access management software available within months. (Courtesy: CRN)