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Sun previewing enterprise Java revision

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-23    Article Source : InfoWorld

Sun Microsystems on Tuesday plans to offer previews of the next releases of the enterprise version of Java and the NetBeans open source developer tools platform.
The company, in conjunction with the Java and NetBeans communities, is releasing the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) 5 Software Development Kit and NetBeans

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U.S. technology has been used to block, censor Net for years

Posted by inet on 2006-02-23    Article Source : USA TODAY

Internet users in Yemen can't get to beer.com because of technology from a couple of U.S. companies.
Surely this is a human rights violation, keeping innocent civilians from a website devoted to beer and women. Why, the Yemeni Netizens - all 150,000 of them - are also blocked from getting to

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Microsoft Slams Security Firm's Bounty For Windows Flaws

Posted by iNext on 2006-02-23    Article Source : TechWeb News

Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday criticized a security company's recent offer of $10,000 to someone who discovers a Windows flaw that leads to a critical fix, saying the program is not the best way to protect customers.

IDefense started offering the bounty last week as an addition to its controversial Vulnerability Contributor Program,

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Wireless To Organize--And Maybe Save--Lives

Posted by iTech on 2006-02-23    Article Source : Reuters

Imagine a warning on your cell phone that tells you when a parent in ill health needs help, when you've eaten too much, or that you should avoid your regular commute because of a biohazard danger.

Forget mobile music and video. Wireless may end up running your life -- down to when

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Apple plans event for February 28

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-23    Article Source : MacCentral

Apple plans a special invitation-only event to introduce new products next week. The event happens on Tuesday, February 28, 2006 at 10:00 AM Pacific Time.

The invitation gives away precious little about what Apple has up its sleeve for the event.

“Come see some fun new products from Apple,” says the

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Terrascale Moves Out of the Lab

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-23    Article Source : Byte and Switch

Startup Terrascale Technologies today unveiled a family of prepackaged InfiniBand clusters in an attempt to ease the strain on users wrestling with different pieces of storage kit.
The new offerings include three different “storage blocks” of prepackaged server clusters. Each cluster comprises either four, six, or ten “storage bricks,” which

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Google Under Fire for China Presence

Posted by inet on 2006-02-23    Article Source : NewsFactor

Google has found itself forced to respond to allegations that it is running its Google.cn site, launched in January, without the license necessary to operate in China. The new controversy comes on the heels of strong criticism of Google in the U.S. for acquiescing to Chinese demands to censor search results so that words

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Microsoft Highlights Commerce Server Beta

Posted by inet on 2006-02-23    Article Source : CRN

Microsoft has had a beta of its upcoming at Commerce Server 2006 available since December, but is formally announcing it just now.

As previously reported, one goal of the successor to Commerce Server 2002 is tighter integration with BizTalk Server and the rest of the Microsoft server roster. That means there will

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Samsung introduces slimmest DMB phone

Posted by iNext on 2006-02-23    Article Source : EE Times

SEOUL, South Korea — Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. unveiled Tuesday (Feb. 21) what it claimed is the world's slimmest digital multimedia broadcasting (DMB)-enabled phone.

Branded the SCH-B340, the satellite DMB phone is 17.3 millimeters thick, compared with 21.5 millimeters of the company's slimmest phone previously for mobile TV broadcasting, Samsung said in

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Microsoft Working To Fix Core Duo Battery Bug

Posted by iMark on 2006-02-22    Article Source : TechWeb News

Microsoft confirmed Thursday that it's working on a fix for a battery draining problem on Intel Core Duo-equipped notebooks which it acknowledged to manufacturers seven months ago but had not made public.

In July, Microsoft issued a confidential support document, dubbed KnowledgeBase article KB899179, that outlined the flaw in the Windows XP

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