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Internet Access on Display at APEC Summit

Posted by iMark on 2005-11-17    Article Source : AP

BUSAN, South Korea - Wireless technology capable of letting Internet users surf the Web at speeds almost as fast as wired connections, even while moving about, was among innovations exhibited this week at an Asia-Pacific summit.
 
World leaders and other delegates to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit witnessed the first-ever

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Yahoo, AOL, Others Stand Up Against Adware

Posted by iNext on 2005-11-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

A group of Internet heavyweights, including Yahoo and AOL, are backing a plan that would certify software as adware and spyware free in an attempt to stymie the flood of unwanted software plaguing users' computers.

Dubbed the Truste Download Program and administered by the Washington, D.C.-based non-profit Truste, it essentially would be

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Intel's Barrett promotes tech infrastructure at U.N. summit

Posted by iMark on 2005-11-17    Article Source : EE Times

Intel Corp. Chairman Craig Barrett told a United Nations IT summit that technology creates equal opportunities for the world's children.

Speaking Wednesday (Nov. 16) at the U.N. Summit on the Information Society in Tunis, Tunisia, Barrett said: "Technology enables every child in every small community to have the same opportunity."
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Sony BMG recalls CDs said to expose PCs to hackers

Posted by iNext on 2005-11-17    Article Source : AFP

Sony BMG announced it was recalling millions of music CDs with copy protection software that experts said could expose personal computers to viruses and hackers.
 
Sony BMG, one of the world's biggest music companies, said it was ending the use of the software provided by a third-party vendor and allowing

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Rootkits DOA In 64-bit Software, Says Microsoft

Posted by iMark on 2005-11-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

Microsoft's move to 64-bit operating systems for its servers should put a stop to rootkits, at least the current crop like the one that's plagued buyers of some Sony music CDs, company executives claim.

In a question and answer Tuesday at the Microsoft IT Forum now underway in Barcelona, Spain, Bob Muglia,

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Xbox Creates Frenzy Ahead Of Holidays

Posted by iMark on 2005-11-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

If time isn't hurtling fast enough toward the holidays, not to worry.

The release next week of the Xbox 360 is promising all the anticipation and competitive shopping any enthusiastic consumer could ask for -- before the turkey even hits the table. The next craze in gaming could be in lines

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Windows desktop search gets down to business

Posted by iTech on 2005-11-17

Microsoft launched a business version of its Windows Desktop Search application on Tuesday.
 
Similar to the present version designed for consumers, Microsoft's new tool will allow businesses to decide just what gets indexed and searched on their corporate networks, as well as make it easier for IT managers to deploy

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UN chief says digital revolution must benefit the poor too

Posted by iTech on 2005-11-17    Article Source : AFP

UN Secretary General Kofi Annan called for the Internet and information technology to be used to help build a better life for people in some of the world's poorest countries.

Annan warned the 170 countries and some 23,000 scheduled participants from government and industry at the World Summit on the Information Society

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3Com Announces TippingPoint Security Platform

Posted by iNext on 2005-11-17    Article Source : VARBusiness

Betting that intrusion prevention will be the nexus around which security technologies evolve, this week 3Com will unveil the TippingPoint X505, an integrated security platform built on Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) technology.

Scheduled to ship next month, the X505 comes from the company's TippingPoint security division that 3Com bought earlier this year. The

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Enterasys, Formerly Cabletron, Accepts $386 Million Buyout

Posted by inet on 2005-11-17    Article Source : TechWeb News

Enterasys Networks Inc., a successor to Cabletron Systems Inc., has agreed to be bought out by two Southern California private equity firms. The buyout by Gores Group LLC of Los Angeles and Tennenbaum Capital Partners LLC of Santa Monica was for $386 million, Enterasys said Monday.

"This transaction provides our shareholders with

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