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Content posted in December 2004
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What You Need To Know About WiMAX
Commentary  |  12/6/2004  | 
Let's drop the "Wi-Fi on steroids" talk; it's time for a WiMAX reality check.
How To Enjoy The BMW iPod (Without The BMW)
Commentary  |  12/6/2004  | 
You can listen to your iPod while driving the easy way -- by buying some of the aftermarket accessories designed for that purpose -- or you can do it my way.
Letters To The Editor
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
Norton 2005: To Upgrade Or Not To Upgrade?
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
Pipelines/TechWeb Editor Scot Finnie answers the annual question for small businesses and individuals: "Should I upgrade to the latest version of Norton XXX this year?"
Taking Stock: ParkerVision Spots Opportunity In LANs
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
If sales ramp up, the company's cash burn rate should decline.
Business Technology: Ends Don't Justify Means, Despite Appeal
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
Once again, Bob Evans says, we're presented with a sticky moral, ethical, and legal decision: Are we justified in using the spammers' own detestable methods in an effort to stop their malicious behavior?
The Linux Kernel's Fuzzy Future
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
Linus Torvalds and his open-source colleagues keep adding new features, but there's no technical road map leading the way.
Stop The Camera Phone Rip-off
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
Mobile phone vendors, who are in co-dependent relationships with wireless operators, are in a race to increase camera phones to six megapixels and even more.
Langa Letter: Norton Antivirus And The Single-Layer Defense Fallacy
Commentary  |  12/3/2004  | 
A simple hack can disable Norton's script blocker. Fred Langa's solution not only works around that problem, but many others as well.
SmartAdvice: Consider Business-Activity Monitoring, But Stick With Proven Technologies
Commentary  |  12/2/2004  | 
Now's the time for a midsize company to implement business-activity monitoring, but don't be too innovative since the technology is rapidly changing, The Advisory Council says. Also, consider organizational and security issues before selecting log-analysis software; and evaluate your needs before deciding whether Solaris or Linux will suit better than Windows.
CIO Shuffle
Commentary  |  12/2/2004  | 
Are we about to see a turnover in CIOs at cabinet-level departments as the Bush administration begins its second term?
Novell's Temperate Tone
Commentary  |  12/1/2004  | 
Trash-talking and Microsoft grudge matches are out; straight talk and honesty with customers are in. Will other IT firms follow Novell's new business direction?
Microsoft's Program For NetWare Users: Lip Service With A Smile
Commentary  |  12/1/2004  | 
Microsoft has an 'incentive' program to lure migrating NetWare users away from Linux. If you just bought beachfront property in Nevada, this could be the deal for you.
HP, JBoss Announce App Server Support Deal
Commentary  |  12/1/2004  | 
HP will package the JBoss open-source app server with its own servers and professional services, looking for a competitive edge against IBM.
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