iPods Attract Sticky Fingers
From coast to coast, police blotters are filled with reports of stolen iPods and missing music--sometimes thousands of songs at a time.
Intel Adds 64-Bit Xeons For Multiprocessor Servers
Intel introduced five new Xeon MP processors targeted at two-way and four-way server systems that provide a 70% performance improvement. Dell, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, and Unisys all plan new servers based on the processors.
Wings Of Change
As Southwest Airlines grows, its technology strategy must continue to evolve. Part 2 in a series
RFID Pain Now, Rewards To Come
Survey finds implementations of radio-frequency identification can be rough going, and payback may be a long time coming
RFID Help From The Outside
Small and midsize companies are turning to systems integrators and consultants to help them design, test, and implement RFID initiatives
Smart Advice: Storage Attachment Made To Order
Expect iSCSI to gain popularity at Fibre Channel SANs' expense, The Advisory Council says. Also, plan your migration to Microsoft Exchange 2003 carefully, and recognize possible need for coexistence of messaging systems during the migration.
Latest Online Scoops Thwart Apple's Bid For Secrecy
Apple's legal crusade to protect its trade secrets isn't working, so the parties involved are heading back to court April 12 to determine whether Apple's efforts to learn who's leaking information can be stopped by California's anti-SLAPP statute.
Supplying Labor To Meet Demand
Companies want to manage their employees just like a supply chain, and vendors such as IBM are offering software and services to help
Defense Agency Updates Systems
The Department of Defense's Logistics Agency nears completion of extensive system upgrades that will move it from warehousing to real-time delivery
Dumb 'Qwerty' Keyboard Finally Getting Smart
The 'qwerty' keyboard has been the subject of abuse ever since it made its first appearance in 1872. The device has been largely neglected through the march of decades, even as computer components have advanced dramatically. Clearly keyboards need some imagination. A new software program that introduces a level of memory and intelligence to the lowly PC keyboard may just do that.
Symbol Technologies Sues Intermec
Cross-licensing negotiations have broken down in an attempt to resolve Intermec's suit against Symbol, so now Symbol has counter-sued.