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Security fears on Internet cause big cuts in US Web usage: survey

Posted by inet on 2005-10-27    Article Source : AFP

Nearly one-third of US Internet users are cutting back on Web usage and 25 percent say they have stopped buying online due to fears of identity theft and other threats, a survey showed.
 
The survey by Consumer Reports WebWatch, a joint effort of the consumer magazine Consumer Reports and other

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Microsoft: Multicore Chips Are Changing PC Software Design

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-27    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA-- Software developers are ill-prepared for the multicore processor era, according to a Microsoft executive.
 
"I come from the world of software, and we need to talk," said Herb Sutter, a software architect with Microsoft, in his opening remarks to a hardware-heavy audience today at In-Stat/MDR's Fall Processor Forum

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Summer's Zotob Attack Cost Companies $100K Each In Clean-Up

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

The August attack of the Zotob bot worm was milder than other major events, but still cost victims an average of nearly $100,000 to clean up, a security company said Wednesday.
 
Virginia-based Cybertrust surveyed 700 enterprises on the impact of Zotob, a bot worm that exploited a vulnerability in Windows 2000

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Sun to Expand Market for its Linux Variant

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

Sun Microsystems Inc. has big plans for its Java Desktop System and on Tuesday announced a new program that will allow its desktop Linux variant to run on all major Linux distributions.

While Sun remains fully committed to the JDS on both the Solaris and Sun Ray environments, it seeks to address

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CSC Sale Would Draw Close Scrutiny from DOD, Commercial Customers

Posted by iTech on 2005-10-27    Article Source : InformationWeek

A Pentagon review would involve security checks on key investors, an analysis of the impact of a management change on existing contracts, and a check on the deal's antitrust implications.

  
Any sale of outsourcing giant Computer Sciences Corp. to private investors would have to pass muster with the Department

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Spammers Jump On Bird Flu Bandwagon

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

Spammers are playing off avian flu fears to shill pharmaceuticals and pitch stocks, a security firm said Wednesday.
U.K.-based Sophos warned users that its honeypots -- purposefully unprotected PCs set up to trap spam samples -- have been capturing a rising number of messages peddling Tamiflu, the Roche-made drug that reduces symptoms

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IBM names Lisa Su as semiconductor CTO

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

AUSTIN, Texas — Lisa Su, a 10-year IBM veteran, was named vice president of the IBM semiconductor research and development center, making her one of the highest-ranking female executives in the U.S. chip industry.

The center employs about 1,000 staffers, many of them at its East Fishkill, N.Y., site. Su also will

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Microsoft Sees China, India Competition in Future

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

TEL AVIV—Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates said on Wednesday the software giant faced growing competition from companies in China and India but, for now, the strength in those countries lies in software services.

Gates, on his first visit to Israel, said Israeli companies would also confront increased competition from China and India.

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WiMAX Not Cheap Or Easy, Carriers Say

Posted by iNext on 2005-10-27    Article Source : Networking Pipeline

Costs of implementing new wireless technology still too steep for widespread deployment, say carriers who have WiMAX trials underway.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. -- Sometimes hailed as telecom's next conquering hero, the technology known as WiMAX was deemed too expensive and too complex for immediate widespread deployment, according to carriers who have WiMAX trials

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Microsoft, Nokia Team On Security Appliance

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

Microsoft and Nokia, archrivals in the mobile phone operating-system space, are partnering on a Unified Threat Management security appliance, sources familiar with the companies' plans said.

According to documents viewed by CRN, the companies plan to offer a UTM appliance that would act as a gateway for secure VPN access to network-based

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