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As Child Porn Industry Grows, Coalition Launches Counterattack

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-20    Article Source : InformationWeek

To fight smut peddlers, a coalition of law enforcement agencies, financial services companies, and child protection groups has launched a campaign to stem the flow of cash to the criminals behind the problem.

Internet technology and E-commerce helped transform the small, seamy back-alley business of peddling child pornography into a global, $20

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Google Eyes Online Retail Space

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-20    Article Source : TechWeb News

Google Inc., always coy about future plans, is showing stronger signs of interest in online retail.
Much of the Mountain View, Calif., company's interest in e-commerce appears to revolve around Google Base, a place for people to list nearly any type of digital content or any item for sale, making

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Denon responds to Apple's iPod Hi-Fi claims

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-20    Article Source : MacCentral

When Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPod Hi-Fi in late February, he compared the quality and price to the JBL and Bose iPod speaker systems. The next claim from Apple was that the iPod Hi-Fi could replace high-end AV systems from companies like Denon — a statement that left many, including Denon executives,

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Social Networking Won't Lift Netscape from Web Limbo

Posted by inet on 2006-03-20    Article Source : eWeek

Talk in the industry that Time Warner will try to revive its Netscape division by turning it into a social networking hub sounds like another forlorn hope.
Diehard Netscape fans can never fully suppress the dreams that Netscape will somehow rise again to regain its rightful place at the top

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IBM Acquires Software That Helps Catch Terrorists, Scammers

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-20    Article Source : Security Pipeline

IBM says it has acquired a maker of linguistics software that law enforcement and other agencies can use to detect aliases frequently used by international terrorists and other criminals. The software, developed by Language Analysis Systems of Herndon, Va., can also be used by health care providers and other businesses to better manage lists

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Experts refute RFID virus claims

Posted by iTech on 2006-03-19    Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — The trade association for automatic identification and mobility, AIM Global, attempted to refute key findings of an IEEE conference paper presented this week that suggested RFID tags could be used to corrupt databases and even spread computer viruses.

The paper, by Melanie Rieback, a third-year PhD student at Amsterdam's Vrije

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Intel Mac Boots Windows XP

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-19    Article Source : TechWeb News

The Texas man who jumped-started the effort to get Windows XP to dual-boot on Intel-based Macs posted the winning solution on his site Thursday, and said the contest's cash prize of nearly $14,000 had been won by a pair of Californians.
In January, Colin Nederkoorn of Houston began taking donations

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Bluetooth shipments could hit 500 million in '06

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-19

MANHASSET, N.Y. — After seeing shipments more than double in 2005, the Bluetooth market is expected to see a 71 percent increase in Bluetooth radio shipments to 500 million in 2006, according to market research firm ABI Research.

In a study entitled Bluetooth: The Global Outlook, ABI Research (Oyster Bay, N.Y.) expects

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Zantaz Integrates Mailbox Management And Hosted Storage

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-19

Zantaz Inc., the Pleasanton, Calif. provider of hosted information retention and discovery management systems, has integrated its mailbox management and compliance archiving systems in a single offering called First Archive On Demand.

The new approach to message management will reduce the cost of managing digital information by more than 30 percent as

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Compatible 8, 32-bit processors on the way

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-19    Article Source : EE Times

AUSTIN, Texas — As more of its customers seek performance headroom, Freescale Semiconductor Inc. plans to offer compatible versions of its high-end 8-bit and 32-bit processors, including software development tools, late this year.

Will Strauss, president of Forward Concepts, said Freescale's move is part of a larger trend among microcontroller and DSP vendors

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