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Cars: The New WiFi Hotspots?

Business executives often can be found in airports pecking away at their BlackBerry devices or laptop computers, checking e-mails, reserving their next plane tickets or just surfing the Web. Now, a San Francisco start-up hopes to recreate that scene on freeways by turning cars into WiFi hotspots ...

Social Networking Sites in the Crosshairs?

Social networking is meeting an unfriendly visitor -- social engineering ...

Bloggers Debate Ethics After Microsoft Giveaway

In what marks one of the new year's first public relations blunders,Microsoft's move to buddy up with bloggers has backfired ...

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Open Source, BI and ERP: The Perfect Match?

Open source technologies may not be taking over the world, but they are finding a niche and a large one at that. To be sure, companies large and small are becoming more comfortable deploying open source technologies on the server ...

Predicting the Top Security Threats for 2007

Professional cyberthieves and organized crime rings are looking to cash in on stolen identities, and are releasing an increasing amount of malware in the process ...

Ford ‘Syncs’ With Microsoft’s Bluetooth-Based System

Ford is jumping on the Bluetooth bandwagon, and it is betting on Microsoft to help it gain momentum. The companies have reached a deal to put the software giant's technology into some Ford cars, according to a Wall Street Journal report ...

‘Happy New Year’ Worm Spawns Computer Zombies

Beware of e-mails with the subject line "Happy New Year!" ...

California May Spend $95 Million on Clean Technologies

California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger on Wednesday announced that he will propose nearly US$95 million in the state budget to create the Governor's Research and Innovation Initiative ...

Samsung Unveils Fuel Cell-Equipped Laptop Docking Station

Samsung Electronics has developed a docking station complete with a fuel cell that can power a laptop computer for up to a month. Samsung plans to launch the product at the end of 2007 ...

Same Spam, Different Image

Spam, or unsolicited e-mail, is an old Internet nemesis, but spammers have come up with a new twist, and it's causing corporate and individual users alike e-heartburn. It's called "image spam," and it's waiting in an in-box near you ...

Vista Flaws Leave Door Open for Hackers

For all the talk about safety andsecurity as a foundational promise of Windows Vista, Microsoft's new operating system, released to business users in late November, has already been found to contain several potentially serious vulnerabilities ...

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Novell’s Roger Levy: Desktop in Linux’s Future

Novell is evangelizing its Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop 10, but the company is not looking for an all-out war with software giant Microsoft. Rather, it is looking to find its niche on the business user's desktop. Novell has already gained Linux desktop momentum with transaction and fixed-function applications ...

News Corp. Agrees to DirecTV Swap With Liberty Media

Two billionaires are burying the technology hatchet this holiday season. Rupert Murdoch and John Malone ended a two-year battle over Liberty Media's stake in News Corp. with a US$11 billion deal ...

Opera to Provide Browser for Samsung Handsets

Opera Software on Thursday announced a deal with Samsung Electronics to deliver Opera Mobile on Samsung mobile handsets -- two days after it launched a browser for Nintendo's Wii gaming console ...

Microsoft Fixes Zune-Vista Compatibility Issue

Microsoft on Tuesday fixed at least one of the issues with the Zune digital media player: a compatibility problem with Windows Vista, its new operating system scheduled for release on Jan. 30 ...

Sony Antes Up $1.5 Million to Settle DRM Suits

Sony BMG on Tuesday settled lawsuits with consumers in Texas and California whose computers were infected with spyware hidden on CDs ...

Samsung Unveils Mobile Phone With ‘Optical Joystick’

Samsung Electronics' latest mobile phone sports a gaming element -- a joystick. The company on Tuesday released the SCH-V960, which features a unique "optical joystick" to help users navigate the wireless device's menu and user interface ...

Missouri Lawmakers Look to Overturn Stem Cell Amendment

Two Republican lawmakers launched an initiative on Tuesday to overturn a voter-approved amendment protecting embryonic stem cell research in Missouri ...

Skype IM Falls Victim to Trojan Attack

WebSense on Monday identified a Trojan horse that targets Skype IM users in what marks the latest in a series of instant messaging attacks this year ...

Google Enters the Final Frontier With NASA

NASA Ames Research Center signed a Space Act Agreement withGoogle's on Monday that may pave the way for the search giant to explore space. The organizations will collaborate on a variety of challenging technical problems ranging from large-scale data management and massively distributed computing to human-computer interfaces ...

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