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AOL Offers Mobile Search Services

Posted by inet on 2005-12-05    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Several mobile search services that America Online made publicly available for testing back in July are now ready for prime time, the company has announced.
To access the services, users need to fire up a browser on their mobile devices and go to mobile.aolsearch.com. There they will have the option

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IBM Workplace to support Open Document standard

Posted by inet on 2005-12-05    Article Source : InfoWorld

All this love for open format coming from the government ranks of Massachusetts is nice, but where are the products to help make this Open Document dream a reality? IBM is now stepping to the plate with an Open Document Format-based offering to join Sun Microsystems' StarOffice and OpenOffice.org.

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MP3Tunes.com Offers 'Oboe' Online Music Locker

Posted by iNext on 2005-12-05    Article Source : PC Magazine

MP3Tunes.com LLC, a self-described Music Service Provider, has launched a new online music service dubbed "Oboe" that boasts unlimited storage capacity for digital music collections, the company announced Thursday.
Oboe is a virtual music "locker" that enables customers to store and access their entire personal music collections online.
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TransMedia Plans Enterprise Sharing and E-Commerce Software

Posted by iTech on 2005-12-05    Article Source : InformationWeek

Following up on its Wednesday debut of hosted file sharing, shopping, and collaboration service Glide Effortless, New York-based TransMedia next week plans to announce new browser-based business tools for e-commerce administration, data synchronization, project management, and document creation.

The hosted applications are due to be released in the first quarter of 2006

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All-Around Virus Protection In One Fell Swoop

Posted by iTech on 2005-12-05    Article Source : CRN

Symantec’s latest plunge into the security market comes in the form of a new line of all-in-one security appliances.

The Symantec Gateway Security 5600 Series combines almost every conceivable security feature into a single appliance, which is designed to scale up to high-throughput situations, making the unit suitable for businesses of any

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Taipei To Get City-Wide Wi-Fi Network, Free Calls

Posted by iMark on 2005-12-05    Article Source : Mobile Pipeline

A city-wide Wi-Fi network is being created in Taipei, and one private vendor says it will use that network to offer flat-rate voice service and unlimited international calling, VNU.net reported Thursday.

Ennyah Technologies, described as a Taiwanese consumer electronics vendor, told the British news organization that, after the network is set up,

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EMC Lags Hot Q3 Storage Market, IDC Reports

Posted by iNext on 2005-12-05    Article Source : CRN

EMC remained the leading vendor in networked storage category during the third quarter of 2005, but its share of the overall storage market lost ground to rivals IBM and Hewlett-Packard, according to IDC.

EMC was the leading generator of revenue in the worldwide external disk storage system, external RAID, networked storage and

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Caltech Supercomputer Analyzes Earthquakes

Posted by inet on 2005-12-05    Article Source : TechWeb News

The California Institute of Technology said earlier this week that it has created the most powerful computer clusters in the academic world to unlock the mysteries of earthquakes. The $5.8 million parallel computing project was made possible by gifts from Dell, Myricom, Intel, and the National Science Foundation.

Caltech's Division of Geological

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Microsoft Plans New Apps Optimized for Faster Processor

Posted by iMark on 2005-12-04

Microsoft officials have revealed a long-term plan to develop server products exclusively for x86-compatible, extended 64-bit processors. In separate industry conference presentations, officials said the company is planning extended 64-bit versions of Exchange Server 12, Windows for Clusters and even future releases of Longhorn Server. Microsoft's strengthened position on the x64 server platform is

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New Mobile Games Help Fight Against AIDS

Posted by inet on 2005-12-04    Article Source : InformationWeek

Several developers roll out games to help raise money for HIV and AIDS research and prevention.
Not everyone is out to make money on mobile games. Several developers rolled out games Thursday, the World AIDS Day, to help raise money for HIV and AIDS research and prevention.


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