Looking for a Killer Application
Tomorrow's must-have application may not be as exotic or elusive as you think. It must work, and it must work well with others.
Wi-Fi Tales Interview
Grab your RealPlayer and tune in to hear Dave Molta talk about the future of Cisco wireless, the importance of Intel's Centrino chip, your next Wi-Fi vendor of choice, and
Wi-Fi All-Stars Interview
Dave Molta talks about the most adventurous companies deploying wi-fi technologies. Find out how they are solving the security equation and which emerging technologies they're adopting.
FCC's Powell Pulls Plug On Nextel Spectrum Move
Nextel Communications' hope for relocating much of its traffic to the 1.9-GHz band are fading, after Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Michael Powell withdrew his support for Nextel's plan to
The New 64-Bit Landscape
As the 64-bit computing walls begin to crumble, the first signs of weakness in Intel's hegemony on processors are emerging.
Gates: Microsoft To Spend $40B in R&D
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates told more than 100 CEOs that Web services--and Microsoft's software in particular--are quietly driving a "rewiring of the economy" in the post-dot-com era. Gates said the pending beta of the next version of Visual Studio--together with...
While New York State regulators have decided that Voice over IP is worthy of their attention, the VoIP market isn't waiting to worry about regulation -- it's moving full speed
It's Not About Taxes, Vonage. Really.
Nobody understands us state regulators from New York. We're just looking out for the little guy, are we, making sure that that Internet-y phone-thingy doesn't try to take an
Rejected Domain Names
In this edition we look at top-level domain suggestions rejected by ICANN, stupid Web pages and the most geeky 404 errors.
Fuel Cell: Hype or Hypercool?
It's large and expensive, and it doesn't produce much power. But it could mark the beginning of a new wave in power technology.
NetWorld+Interop Best of Show Awards
With over 180 products to consider in 10 categories, selecting the best of the best is no easy task. Find out which products surpassed the judge's tough expectations when it
Review: Enterprise Radius Servers
After testing five enterprise-class Radius Servers, we gave our Editor's Choice award to the one with top-notch standards compliance and flexible pricing.
New York Defines Vonage as Telco Provider
A state regulatory agency in New York ruled Wednesday that Vonage Holdings is a telco provider, a significant classification that has important ramifications for the ongoing debate over government regulation
Skype Says It Will Link To Regular Phones
MARKHAM, Ontario (AP) -- The peer-to-peer phone program Skype, which allows computer users to talk to each other globally for free, will soon be expanded to include a paid service
Broadcom Broadens NIC Functionality
Broadcom's TCP/IP Chimney chip enables Windows applications, including storage, to offload their TCP/IP processing to hardware without being rewritten.
JDS Uniphase acquires data comms specialist E20
Optical communications powerhouse JDS Uniphase is back on the acquisitions trail, paying $60 million in cash for E2O Communications Inc. The acquisition significantly expands its presence in the optical data
Custom Systems Rule Server Market
Custom-system builders are the king of both the PC server and Unix server markets in the reseller channel, according to a new survey.
AT&T Re-Enters Wireless Market
AT&T said Tuesday that it will re-enter the wireless business, reselling Sprint PCS wireless service to its customer base and bundling it with other services such as Voice over IP.
AMD Ships New Opterons
Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices has begun shipping three new processors in its Opteron line.
IBM, Cisco Team Up For VoIP
IBM and Cisco Systems are pooling interests to offer a broad spectrum of VoIP solutions, drawing on Cisco's communications expertise and IBM's know-how in services and integration.
Vonage Cuts Prices For Internet Calling
Internet phone company Vonage Holdings on Monday cut the price of its unlimited calling plan by 14 percent, in an attempt to attract as many customers as possible in an