House Moves To Outlaw Phone Number Spoofing
While the bill would criminalize spoofing, it does make exceptions for victims of domestic violence, crime tipsters, and others with legitimate reasons to conceal their numbers.
Washington State Considers RFID Restrictions
The Electronic Bill of Rights would outlaw collection, storage, and disclosure of information gathered through radio frequency identification technology without notifying consumers.
The Devil Wears RFID-Tagged Prada
The luggage tags contain RFID chips to help find lost baggage and are being designed to match the colors and grains of luggage offered by Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton.
Data Center Electricity Bills Double
A jump in the number of servers accounts for 90% of the additional power consumption, according to a study by Stanford's Jonathan Koomey. Power use per unit rises only slightly.
Meet Alexander Lidow, CEO Of International Rectifier
Alexander Lidow is the CEO of International Rectifier, the world's oldest semiconductor company, which was founded in 1947 by Alexander's grandfather, Leon, and his father, Eric, who emigrated from Nazi Germany in 1937. It now has 5,800 employees and operates in 20 countries. He has a doctorate in applied physics from Stanford University and holds nine patents related to semiconductor technology.
When It Comes To Broadband, U.S. Plays Follow The Leader
The United States often views itself as a paragon of technology innovation and deployment. In some cases, that view is correct, but not when it comes to broadband deployment, where the country lags considerably behind other major nations. Here's why.
More Executive Shake-Ups At Dell
The company's chief global online and marketing executive and human resources senior VP become the fifth and sixth lead managers to leave in two months.