Colfax Intros Cluster for HPC
Colfax International announces cluster based on AMD Opteron Processors, Mellanox InfiniBand, and Windows Compute Cluster Server
The Palm OS Clings To Life
Palm, the smartphone maker, faces a challenge because it uses an operating system with an uncertain future, and it has a limited ability to change the perception that the "Palm
Apple Confirms 802.11n Download Fee
The company will charge customers $1.99 to download software that will enable 802.11n wireless functionality in the chipsets of most of its Intel Core 2 Duo- and Xeon-based computers.
BuzzBite: Spam Goes to War
British intelligence is utilizing spam in the form of demoralizing text messages sent to Taliban fighter's cell phone numbers.
SpeechSC and MRCPv2
This vendor-neutral standard will allow any voice application to control network-based media resources like speech synthesizers and recognizers. But it's getting the cold shoulder from some significant players.
CMDBs: An IT Goldmine?
Configuration management databases promise to transform IT with the next generation of automation and analytics. But complex proprietary designs could turn real rewards into fools' gold.
Panasas Names Managing Director
Panasas announced Bruce Leith has joined the company as the managing director, international, responsible for EMEA and APAC
A Wireless Suntan?
Need a reminder when to slap on some SPF 30? Grab your cell phone out of your beach bag.
Adobe, Cisco Stung By Bugs
Six vulnerabilities affecting Adobe's Reader and Acrobat products were discovered in the past two weeks. Meanwhile, Cisco has warned customers of some potential denial-of-service vulnerabilities.
The Week of the iPhone
It was a whirlwind, roller-coaster week for cell phone users, gadget buffs and curious onlookers as Apple's CEO Steve Jobs introduced the world to the iPhone. With its futuristic, flat screen panel and promises of music playing, phone service and...
Mozilla Tweaks Firefox 3.0 Feature Set
Among the features currently pegged as must-haves by Mozilla for Firefox 3 are an overhaul of the browser's bookmark system and new identity management tools.
Apple Reinvents The Phone
Apple's CEO Steve Jobs introduces the iPhone, which he says is an iPod, a mobile phone, and an Internet communication device.
Live From The CES 2007 Show Floor
High-definition TVs, ultra-mobile PCs, MP3 players, and crowds, crowds, crowds are some of the views captured through the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Sun Unveils New Cluster
Sun Microsystems intros new version of Solaris Cluster, Sun's premier business continuity and disaster recovery platform for the Solaris 10 OS
Yahoo Unveils New Mobile Search At CES
OneSearch is Yahoo's bid to make mobile phone search easier to use. For example, typing the name of a sports team in the search box would retrieve the final score
The New AT&T: Wireless At Its Heart
The new AT&T will increasingly be a wireless communications company that also generates income from advertising and offers television and broadband data services as well.
Seven Trends for 2007
Kicking off the new year, we're going for seven trends that represent the kind of moving and shaking in business and IT that will have repercussions beyond just the next
Is Wireless Technology Encouraging Fraud?
Is wireless technology encouraging fraud? Yes, says Brad Keller, who manages E-commerce risks for a large financial institution. No, counters Craig Mathias, a principal at Farpoint Group, which specializes in