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Microsoft Unveils CRM Upgrade

Without hiking license fees, Microsoft will roll out its next upgrade to Microsoft CRM software in August, the company announced Tuesday. The new version, Microsoft CRM 1.2, will have several key improvements, including closer integration with Microsoft Office 2003, a new mobile component, reporting...

Nintendo, Sony Up Portable Gaming Ante

Nintendo and Sony took the stage with competing announcements at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. Each game console maker detailed specs of a new portable gaming device, but the proposed gadgets differ in important ways. Nintendo said its dual-screen entrant in this mar...

Intel Unveils Next-Gen Wireless Chips

Intel has unveiled a new family of chips based on its XScale technology, which is geared toward balancing low power consumption with high-performance processing. The new PXA27x processors reportedly can handle multiple wireless broadband standards, such as 3G, WiFi and WiMAX, while also sporting eno...

Memo: Bill Gates To Sabotage Linux Using “Time-Travel” Machine

In an effort to warp the space-time fabric, Microsoft chairman Bill Gates will go back in time to sabotage the Linux operating system, according to an internal memo leaked to the Internet by an unknown Microsoft insider. The e-mail memo, sent by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer to Gates with a subject li...

Piping Hot Dogs Rises from Dot-Com Graveyard

Hot dog stand owner Jim McMahon has announced the triumphant return of his company, Piping Hot Dogs.com, from the dot-com graveyard. "We really learned our lesson, man," McMahon said in an interview Thursday. "For a while, dot-com became dot-bomb, you know? It was like a stigma. But things are chang...

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Alienware’s New Enterprise Contender

For the past couple of weeks, we've been testing a notebook computer that blends enterprise quality with power-user cool. The Sentia is one of the newest offerings from Alienware, a Miami, Florida-based maker of high-end computers, and it reflects the company's increasing commitment to moving from i...

Network Security Roundup for December 12, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Two North Carolina men have been arrested and charged with felonies in connection with alleged violations of the state's anti-spam law.

Network Security Roundup for December 11, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Security experts at the InfoSecurity 2003 Conference and Exhibition have forecast that 2004 will bring no relief from the rising tide of worms, viruses and other digital attacks....

Network Security Roundup for December 10, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Microsoft does not plan to release a patch this month, although several security flaws have been discovered in the company's software. A Microsoft security executive said the company is focusing on i...

Network Security Roundup for December 9, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: The U.S. Congress has passed the most sweeping anti-spam legislation to date, authorizing creation of a do-not-e-mail list that allows consumers to opt out of all unwanted messages....

Network Security Roundup for December 8, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: To talk about the tactical advantages associated with outsourcing the battle against malware and junk e-mail, TechNewsWorld turned to MessageLabs CTO Mark Sunner for an exclusive interview....

Network Security Roundup for December 5, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: U.S. Cyber Security Division director Amit Yoran, warmly embraced by the IT security community as head of the nation's cyber security when appointed in September, warned this week that more sophistic...

Network Security Roundup for December 4, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: For an insider's perspective on where software security is headed, TechNewsWorld turned to Internet Security Systems founder and CTO Chris Klaus for an exclusive interview....

Network Security Roundup for December 3, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Next year could be a tough one for computer users, as hackers and spammers are expected to work together to produce mass-mailing worms, according to security firm Sophos....

Network Security Roundup for November 21, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: The Federal Bureau of Investigation and a handful of other law enforcement agencies have charged 125 people with a host of Internet-related crimes.

Network Security Roundup for November 20, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: A bill to take the "spy" out of spyware got a public hearing before a Congressional subcommittee Wednesday.

Network Security Roundup for November 19, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Will Microsoft's initiative to pay a bounty for information leading to the arrest of malware authors work -- and is it the right approach to catching digital miscreants?...

Network Security Roundup for November 18, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Some industry watchers say Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), an up-and-coming tracking technology, has the potential to become a threat to user identification security....

Network Security Roundup for November 17, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Microsoft beefs up its Exchange e-mail server's security with built-in anti-spam capabilities.

Network Security Roundup for November 14, 2003

ECT News Network's daily roundup of network security news from around the world. Today's top story: Small businesses have an array of choices when it comes to choosing an anti-spam product, but they must pinpoint their spam-fighting goals before they can make the right decision....

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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