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RIM's Legal Troubles Have Yet To Worry VARs

Posted by iNext on 2005-10-28    Article Source : CRN

Research In Motion suffered another setback today in a legal fight that could force it to stop North American sales of its popular Blackberry wireless e-mail service. But despite the ongoing turmoil, wireless solution providers seem mostly unconcerned that the legal squabbling will lead to a shutdown of the Blackberry service.

The

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Centeris Preps Linux Server Management Under Windows

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-28    Article Source : Server Pipeline

A Washington-based startup is finalizing software that aims to let server administrators have the best of both worlds by simplifying the task of controlling Linux servers within a Windows Server-based network.
 
Centeris Corp. has been beta testing its package, called Likewise, for much of 2005 and is making a final

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Yahoo Doubling Price of Music Service

Posted by inet on 2005-10-28    Article Source : AP

SAN FRANCISCO - Yahoo Inc. is doubling the price of its online music subscription service for portable MP3 players, ending a short-lived promotion that sought to lure consumers from Apple Computer Inc.'s market-leading iTunes store.
 
Effective Nov. 1, Yahoo will charge about $120 annually for access via download to more

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McAfee Scores Gateway Anti-Virus Bundling Deal

Posted by iNext on 2005-10-28    Article Source : eWEEK

Anti-virus vendor McAfee Inc. on Wednesday clinched a deal with PC maker Gateway Inc. to preinstall its Internet Security Suite on all Gateway and eMachines computers.

The exclusive two-year agreement gives the Santa Clara, Calif.-based McAfee a key outlet to sell its anti-virus, anti-spyware and anti-phishing software and a key ally to help

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Software helping insurers plan for terrorist attacks

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-28    Article Source : AFP

Terrorists do not strike at random, and now a computer programme can calculate the risk of an attack on behalf of the business sector with a particular vested interest in the issue: insurers.
 
"We don't agree with their ends, but they are not madmen. They have a logic, we can

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Altera, Wi-LAN to partner on WiMAX modems

Posted by inet on 2005-10-27    Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — FPGA supplier Altera Corp. has formed a partnership with Canadian broadband wireless technology provider Wi-LAN Inc. to deliver a programmable, low-cost WiMAX-compliant base transceiver station (BTS) modem solution supporting the IEEE 802.16-2004 standard.

The solution allows base station developers to deliver WiMAX-compliant products that can be upgraded in the field

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Macworld SF announces Feature Presentation lineup

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-27    Article Source : MacCentral

IDG World Expo on Wednesday announced its Feature Presentation lineup for Macworld Conference & Expo, happening January 9 - 13, 2006 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, Calif. Among the highlights are sessions with Mac luminaries like Michael Rubin, David Pogue and others.

IDG World Expo also announced today that Feature

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Dell Adds Mirroring To Desktops

Posted by inet on 2005-10-27    Article Source : TechWeb News

Dell next month will offer customers the option of adding a second drive to some PCs to automatically mirror data, the Round Rock, Texas-based computer maker said Wednesday.

Dubbed "DataSafe," the $99 option is aimed at consumers and small businesses who want to duplicate critical data -- whether digital photos or important

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NEC buys 300-mm line from R&D group

Posted by inet on 2005-10-27    Article Source : EE Times

NEC Electronics Inc. on Wednesday (Oct. 26) disclosed that it has purchased a 300-mm wafer prototype production line from a Japanese agency.

NEC bought the fab line that was owned by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology and leased by the Advanced SoC Platform Corp. (ASPLA), a research and

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Yahoo Tests Travel Planner

Posted by iNext on 2005-10-27    Article Source : InternetWeek

Yahoo Inc. on Wednesday launched in beta online tools for vacation planning.
 
Trip Planner Beta, available through Yahoo Travel, can create, print and share with others personalized trip itineraries, officials with the Sunnyvale, Calif., Web portal said. Information is drawn from Yahoo, as well as from anywhere else on the

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