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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in June 2005
In congressional hearings on the Internet upgrade to IPv6, much attention was focused Thursday on the presumed lead over the United States by Asian countries, which are boldly moving to the new Web technology.
Newbury Networks says its Wi-Fi Watchdog 5.0 can precisely locate--and block--unauthorized users trying to enter networks.
The issue of software patents for Europe heated up as some 250 demonstrators descended on members of the European Parliament to argue in favor of strong software patent laws.
A Norwegian company has developed technology that links cell phones with Skype Technologies' VoIP service in a configuration that enables users to make worldwide calls at local rates.
In an unprecedented move, Hewlett-Packard will work so closely with Encompass, an HP user group, that both HP employees and Encompass' user membership will receive important strategic insider training on the firm's products and services at the HP Technology Forum in September.
Boeing expects to start selling cellular phone services to airline passengers next year, but many U.S. airlines and passengers oppose the use of cell phones on commercial flights.
Users of Skype Technologies VoIP service are being offered a free video, voice, and data-sharing service developed by Santa Cruz Networks.
Most online pharmacies purporting to be Canadian are based in the U.S., prompting the president of an industry association to call for the phony sites to be shut down.