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Sprint Releases New Phone-Enabled Pocket PC

Sprint (NYSE: PCS) has unveiled a Windows Mobile-based PCS phone -- developed by Hitachi -- that touts the familiarity of the Microsoft Windows computing environment and the ability to communicate and connect to the Internet in a single, converged device ...

SCO Takes Linux Licensing Fight Further

Despite skepticism from several Linux supporters, Unix software maker SCO has reiterated its claims that the Linux kernel -- versions 2.4.x and later -- incorporates the company's own proprietary source code. SCO has called on Linux users to purchase licenses to avoid copyright infringement ...

Buy.com Debuts Legit Music Downloads – Strings Attached

A new legal music download service for PCs has been unveiled, boasting the largest legitimate online catalog of songs to date, but BuyMusic.com still might be hampered because it lacks the freedom offered by free file-sharing networks, experts said. ...

ISP Subpoenas from RIAA Met with Protest

Responding to recent judicial and legislative efforts to sue and prosecute users of peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing networks, opponents of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) are calling for protests ...

Samsung Unveils Fastest Mobile CPU on the Market

Korean electronics giant Samsung has announced a new mobile processor with a clock speed of 533 MHz. The company called the new processor the "world's fastest mobile CPU" and promised it will offer new functions and services for mobile phones and PDAs ...

Transmeta Readies New ‘Astro’ Chip

Transmeta has announced it is on track to release its newest processor, the TM8000, this fall. The company is aiming the new processor, codenamed "Astro," at mainstream notebook computers and a wide range of portable power- and heat-sensitive form factors. ...

Networks Under Attack Following Cisco Router Flaw

A software flaw in routers discovered by networking giant Cisco has forced Internet carriers and others to apply fixes quickly before attackers cause network outages by exploiting the vulnerability. ...

New Bill Makes File Swapping a Felony

Legislation introduced into the U.S. Congress this week would make uploading a file to a peer-to-peer (P2P) network a felony with penalties of up to US$250,000 in fines and five years in prison ...

Latest Windows Flaws Foretell Worm Threat

Microsoft has warned of critical flaws in nearly all versions of its Windows operating systems. According to the company, the flaws could leave millions of computers vulnerable to attack ...

Network Security Warnings Ring Out

Several computer and Internet security experts warned this week that while threats are on the rise and the lag time between vulnerability and attack is shrinking, government and the private sector have failed to team effectively on Internet security, leaving infrastructure and systems susceptible ...

IBM and Cisco Sync, Widen SAN Coverage

IBM and Cisco are continuing their collaboration on storage area networks (SANs), touting long-distance connectivity and cost savings through the new Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) protocol ...

Intel To Focus on Broadband Wireless Chips

Complementing its recent wireless push -- spearheaded by the company's new Centrino mobile chips -- Intel has announced it is developing fixed wireless silicon products designed to extend the reach of mobile networking. ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

The Best-Paying IT Jobs

IT pay has been hammered by the reversal of stock option fortunes, increased overseas outsourcing and the dismal economy in general, but experts say technology workers can still command a decent salary in some fields without becoming CIO ...

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Tech Stocks for the Long Haul

Wall Street has battered tech stocks for more than a year, so one might think the Nasdaq would be littered with bargains. But recent gains in the tech sector have wiped away many of the best opportunities, and few stocks are still undervalued, according to analysts, who suggested that even over the long term, tech is unlikely to pay dividends ...

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Ups and Downs of Building an E-Commerce Site

In some ways, it is easier than ever to build an e-commerce site. As technology has matured, its price has fallen. However, the growing need to integrate a site's business operations -- such as ordering, sales and call center functions -- has raised the bar, even as the number of e-commerce technology providers has dwindled ...

Are Pop-Up Ads Killing Themselves?

Pop-up ads can interrupt, slow or even ruin a Web search or news headline scan, but these annoying products of the online ad slump can be eliminated using a number of methods -- including free, third-party software that deflects unwanted browser windows ...

Study: Retail IT Spending Poised for Strong Growth

Nowhere are IT budgets leaner than in the retail sector, where tight margins strictly curtail technology spending. However, a recent report from IDC indicates that the retail IT market will grow rapidly over the next few years and could be worth US$40 billion by 2006 ...

Gateway Gets Aggressive with Pricing

Following a second-quarter loss that reportedly was mediated by the effects of an aggressive pricing strategy, PC maker Gateway has announced it will knock another $100 off the price of its desktop and mobile computers. ...

What Will Become of Bankrupt Kmart’s BlueLight.com?

It is unclear what will happen to Kmart's BlueLight.com as a result of the retail giant's bankruptcy filing, but analysts said the store's Web presence is likely to be among the first places the company looks to eliminate costs ...

Microsoft, VeriSign Lead Net Security Push

Microsoft, VeriSign and WebMethods have teamed up to tighten and speed security on the Internet using a new technology the companies propose as the next standard for peace of mind on the Web. ...

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