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Hewlett-Packard Issues Printer Security Alert

Posted by inet on 2006-04-08    Article Source : NewsFactor

Hewlett-Packard has noted that a vulnerability in the software that ships with two of its printers could open a Windows PC to attack. The security flaws, reported by HP and security firm Secunia, was discovered by Richard Horsman of Sec-1.com. 
Horsman discovered that a vulnerability exists in the Toolbox software that

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Linux Community Unfazed by Windows on Mac

Posted by inet on 2006-04-08    Article Source : eWeek

Linux users and movers and shakers at LinuxWorld here were more bemused than anything else by Apple's surprise announcement that it will be supporting Microsoft's Windows XP on its Intel-based Macs, in addition to the Apple Mac OS X.
Linux, which can run on Intel's EFI (extensible firmware interface), was

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Napster boosts outlook, sending shares soaring

Posted by iMark on 2006-04-08    Article Source : Reuters

Online music service Napster Inc. on Thursday raised its quarterly outlook, citing strong subscriber growth, sending its shares up 16 percent.
For the fourth quarter that ended on March 31, the company said it would post more than $26 million in revenue, a "substantially narrower" net loss than earlier forecast,

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Microsoft Shows Linux the Love

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-08    Article Source : NewsFactor

With a high-profile executive speech at LinuxWorld and the launch of a new Web site focusing on open source, Microsoft has been cozying up to the Linux penguin this week.
The new Web site is called Port 25, named after the network port on computer systems that regulates e-mail traffic.

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MSNBC Goes Mobile With News

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-08    Article Source : TechWeb News

MSNBC on Wednesday launched in beta an ad-supported mobile service for delivering news stories, pictures and video to cellular phones.

Microsoft Corp., which owns a portion of MSNBC along with the NBC network, has signed up as the exclusive advertising sponsor for the launch of the new service, which is powered by

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Hitachi, Komag expand HDD media pact

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-08

Hard disk drive supplier Hitachi Global Storage Technologies and disk media company Komag Inc. have announced an expanded strategic supply agreement for 3.5-inch disk media.

This agreement will allow Hitachi GST (San Jose) to increase its 3.5-inch disk drive production under a five-year growth plan. The new agreement is based on the companies'

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Mobile Media Now Plans Sport Video Channel for Mobile Phones

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-07    Article Source : TechWeb News

Delivering content to cellular phones, Mobile Media Now on Friday will launch the weekly sports video channel 6Degrees Action Sports Lifestyles on the telecommunications carrier 3 UK network.
VidZone Digital Media, a European mobile content provider, will deliver 6Degrees Action Sports Lifestyles and video ringers to 3 network customers in the

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Apple "Boot Camp" Software Boots Windows On Macs

Posted by inet on 2006-04-07

Apple on Wednesday introduced Boot Camp, a program to allow Windows XP to run on an Intel-based Macintosh.
Although Windows has already been successfully booted on several Macs, the software is Apple's acknowledgement that customers are interested in dual-booting the Apple OS as well as Windows XP on tis new

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Big Changes in Store for Virtualization

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-07    Article Source : NewsFactor

Attendees at the LinuxWorld conference held this week in Boston could be forgiven if they thought they had taken a wrong turn and stumbled into VirtualizationWorld instead. Several vendors, including XenSource, Virtual Iron, VMware, and Microsoft, announced major changes in their plans for virtualization.
Virtualization is an emerging technology that

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Government Information Brokers Fail To Protect Privacy

Posted by inet on 2006-04-07    Article Source : TechWeb News

Information resellers often fail to follow privacy protection guidelines when dealing with the federal government, and many do not believe the guidelines should apply when public records are involved.
That's the conclusion of a report the Government Accountability Office released Tuesday. Resellers' adherence to privacy protections was also the topic of

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