Partners: Sun Job Cuts A Good Start
Sun Microsystems says it is planning steep cuts in headcount and costs in order to return to profitability, leaving its channel partners wondering why the vendor hadn't done that long
The Ultimate Vendor Lock In
Apple has always managed to keep itself financially strong despite its propensity for locking consumers into its peculiar view of the world. But this probably goes just a bit too far......
Review: TiVo Series2 DT DVR
It's the same TiVo you know and love, but with the new ability to record two channels at once, plus some other welcomed features.
SMBs D-Link To Inexpensive IP Telephony
D-Link has always been a company that has provided SMBs with a variety of networking and connectivity solutions. Recently, the company launched the xStack IP Telephony DVX-1000 IP PBX???an IP-based
Vonage Tanks In Market Debut
Vonage's debut was the worst since nanotechnology company Lumera Corp., which lost 13.5 percent during its first day of trading in July 2004.
Avaya To Update Army Communications
Communications network company Avaya Inc. has been selected as one of 10 companies to participate in a $4 billion U.S. Army project that will overhaul voice and data communications infrastructures
Review: Casio EX-Z850
This new 8.1-megapixel, $399 Casio Exilim camera isn't perfect, but takes great shots, has massively long battery life and has plenty of cool features.
Microsoft Live Mail Hits A Snag
Microsoft has apparently hit some rough road with Windows Live Mail Beta, which is the eventual replacement for MSN Hotmail.
Top Five Skype Tips
Need to get more out of Skype? You're not alone. But help is on the way --- we offer up our five most important Skype tips.
Skype Sick With Bad Bug, Must Be Patched
Skype rolled out an update Friday to quash a bug that can let attackers send a file to a recipient without his or her consent, and potentially obtain access to
Wi-Fi: Yesterday and Today
In the IEEE, technical excellence is valued and often demanded, but increasingly, the process has as much to do with the economics of standards as with the merits of architectures.
Kicking The Microsoft Habit
Tired of the cost and security concerns that result from using Microsoft products? Not to worry -- solid alternatives abound.
This convenient, flexible 6-megapixel digital camera is both thin and wide at the same time.
Winemaker Stores No E-Mail Beyond Its Time
Foster's Wine Estates America's new e-mail management system provides the company with archiving to improve storage and access as well as e-discovery to help comply with regulatory audits.
Viola Networks' NetAlly 5.0.19A
Voila Networks' NetAlly 5.0.19A software provides in-depth reports of network metrics such as latency, packet loss, jitter and throughput, which help you keep voice-over-IP performance at a high level.
Nortel CEO: No 'Fad Diet' In Turnaround Plan
Nortel Networks CEO Mike Zafirovski on Tuesday outlined plans to turn around the struggling networking and telecommunications company. At the same time, Nortel said it expects a wider loss for
Analysis: AGP versus PCI-e
It can be difficult to believe that AGP is still viable when almost every new graphics card makes its debut as a PCI-e model. So should we all just throw
The Top Five Skype "Gotchas"
Skype can be a big time and money saver --- unless you do things incorrectly. Here are the five top things you need to watch out for when using Skype.
Yahoo! Japan Service To Deploy 40-Gbit Link
Yahoo! BB, the Japan Yahoo! broadband service launched by Softbank BB Corp., is the first to use a native 40-Gbit/sec interface on the Cisco CRS-1 core router. National 40-Gbit
Exploit Out For Exchange Bug
A security company with vulnerability expertise has released a denial-of-service exploit against Microsoft Exchange's calendar
VoIP Driving The Need For SSL VPNs: Survey
The need for VoIP security is an increasing important reason cited by enterprises for deploying SSL VPNs, according to a new report by market research firm Infonetics Research.