Wireless-N Could Stand For 'Not Interoperable'
Hardware companies are racing to bring out wireless LAN equipment with far higher speeds and capacity. But consumers and businesses should be cautious: As the standard they're based on isn't yet official, early products may not be interoperable and could have performance problems.
Group Adds Linux To Boot Camp
Calling it a "triple boot," the open-source project that got OS X and Windows booted on the same machine adds Linux.
Jesus López, Bay Area software architect
López and a colleague won $13,854 last month in a contest to see who could be the first to successfully run Windows XP on Apple's new Intel-based boxes. The winning time: one month.
Ready For The Next Big One
Insurance companies, blindsided by the 2005 hurricane season, are using technology to become better prepared.
Lucent Agrees To Merger
The combined companies expect annual revenues of more than a billion, but security concerns have U.S. senators asking questions.
Windows On Macs, Oh My!
Apple last week began offering free software called Boot Camp that lets users run Windows XP on its new Intel-based Macs. It was only a matter of time before someone did.
Congress Argues Net Neutrality
At issue is how much control telecom companies should have over the Internet content on their public networks. Some say they should be able to give priority to content providers who pay the most, while others say such practices will block out new technologies and companies.