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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in March 2005
Zoom Technologies is providing a group of consumer-friendly telecommunications devices that enable users to toggle back and forth between VoIP and primary phone connections.
From coast to coast, police blotters are filled with reports of stolen iPods and missing music--sometimes thousands of songs at a time.
Motorola makes a much-anticipated unveiling of music-capable handsets, but the phone that was most-anticipated " a device based on Apple Computer's iPod " was conspicuous by its absence.
The disconnect between business and technology executives, unhealthy to begin with, is widening, according to a study released Wednesday by the A. T. Kearney management consulting firm.
EMC has unveiled more than 50 products from its Documentum unit that promise to unify enterprise content management in a new and sweeping architecture.
EBay's security was slated to be the dominant issue at the Professional eBay Sellers Alliance in Atlanta.
With MCI's deadline looming for reviewing Qwest Communications' takeover bid, the latter firm is ready to raise the ante in hopes of derailing Verizon Communications' offer for the long distance company.
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.
The explosion of Wi-Fi networks in business is needlessly exposing users to security risks. "For a potential hacker, it is almost a case of walking down the street and trying all the doors until one opens--it is almost inevitable that one will," said the VP of RSA's worldwide marketing.
The war on terrorism will get a boost from some $11 billion in new technology grants introduced to Congress, according to a report released by the research firm Input.
Harvard's "old boy network" may inadvertently help the 19-year-old Harvard Crimson editor and Web-site publisher who is being sued by Apple Computer.
The management shakeup at Circuit City Stores continued Tuesday, as three of the firm's executives were promoted while its chief operating officer prepared to leave the retailer.