Book The Upgrades, Dano
Sens. Leahy and Grassley are proposing legislation to get the FBI on a better technological footing.
The Cookie Question
Intel's Road Map To The Future
During the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco, execs discussed technology for developing desktop PCs, notebooks, and handheld devices that provide mobile access to data.
Hacker Adds New York Times To Long List Of Targets
A 21-year-old hacker gains access to the newspaper's corporate intranet and its source database. It's the latest in a long list of companies whose security problems have been exposed by hacker Adrian Lamo.
What Sticks: The Life of Brine
Think that biotechnology isn't having an impact on your life? As it turns out, reports Wendy Wolfson, some strange bugs can makes your whites whiter. And that's just the beginning of life at the extreme edges of science.
Microsoft To Launch CRM App
The CRM application, which will let businesses manage contracts and customer information, was built using Microsoft's .Net technology.
Barrett: Innovation Is Key To Recovery
Intel's CEO encourages high-tech companies to build new products for the Internet that excite the consumer, saying it's the best way to emerge from the recession.
Embarcadero Adds ETL Tools
Embarcadero is targeting sales of DT/Studio, its data extraction, transformation, and loading software, toward small and midsize companies.
Forcing The Application-Integration Issue
Vitria Technology's latest software helps health-care companies comply with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, and financial institutions meet an industry goal of completing any trade in one day.
The Crowded Internet
The European Commission says the Internet it will run out of available addresses by 2005.
Ciena Reports 1Q Loss
Days after revealing the $900 million acquisition of ONI Systems, Ciena reports a loss of $70.6 million for the first quarter ended Jan. 31.