Iomega Spins Mac Mini Drives
Iomega launched a MiniMax desktop hard drive computer with dual USB 2.0 and FireWire data hubs for the Apple Mac Mini computer.
RFID Network Set To Launch In 2006
Based on a Web-services model, the network will provide a central system of record for all enterprise electronic product code-related RFID data by aggregating events from multiple technology platforms.
Wi-Fi, On A $300-A-Month Salary
The Balkan country of Macedonia is planning a wireless mesh network that will cover 1,000 square miles so that the country's more than 2 million residents can get online.
Rx For Remote Access
Device cuts costs and increases productivity while giving executives at pharmacy-services company secure access to business data.
An Always-In-Touch Option
Voice over wireless LANs may soon provide mobile users with a single device that will keep them in constant contact
Tablet PCs: Stuck In A Niche
Can touch-screen technology, lighter systems, and wider use of 'digital ink' move pen-based computing beyond health-care, pharmaceutical, and education markets?
Midnight Madness Hypes Xbox 360 Launch
Microsoft is positioning the system as a broad-based consumer entertainment platform that does more than gaming; it can also record television programs, play music, and display photos.
Cisco Leaps Into Mesh
Dozens of cities are using mesh networks to give residents wireless access. Now Cisco has joined the fray, with new products and two wins.
Microsoft is an afterthought in supercomputing. Changing that will take overcoming Linux--and recruiting a new breed of employee.
Solving The Storage Riddle
Businesses employ a variety of storage services to help them chart their way through proliferating storage options
Azul Systems introduces platform that lets midtier customers combine multicore and Xeon-based servers
Customers To Get View Of New CA At Conference
CA has reorganized around security, storage, enterprise systems management, and business-service optimization, all of which have been bolstered by acquisitions valued at $1.2 billion.
Intel Adds Virtualization To The Desktop
Intel is embedding virtualization technology in two single-core Pentium 4 processors. Acer, Founder, Lenovo, and TongFang are expected to make PCs using the processors available soon.
IBM, ClearCube Offer "Bank In A Box"
The system combines IBM's blade server and PC blade platform, client systems from ClearCube, and services from IBM Global Services in a package that costs about $100,000.
Pitfalls and potholes can trip up your voice-over-IP implementations
Business Technology: Authors Use Scare Tactics To Discredit RFID
If we let two publicity-loving zealots blunt the adoption of a terrific new technology, then we deserve the fate we're helping to create, Bob Evans says, because it's a short distance from stifling RFID to outlawing cameras in cell phones or banning Google Earth or pursuing a lot of other equally paranoid delusions.