Profile of Elena MalykhinaTechnology Journalist
Member Since: 12/17/2013
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Elena Malykhina began her career at The Wall Street Journal, and her writing has appeared in various news media outlets, including Scientific American, Newsday, and the Associated Press. For several years, she was the online editor at Brandweek and later Adweek, where she followed the world of advertising. Having earned the nickname of "gadget girl," she is excited to be writing about technology again for InformationWeek, where she worked in the past as an associate editor covering the mobile and wireless space. She now writes about the federal government and NASA’s space missions on occasion.
Articles by Elena Malykhina
posted in September 2007
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority this week said Morgan Stanley has to pay $12.5 million in fines to resolve charges that it mishandled e-mail.
Developed by two CLEC veterans, MagicJack turns a PC into a communications hub.
Latigent's products will complement Cisco's Unified Customer Contact product, which is a platform used in call centers to personalize customer communications.
AT&T will engineer and design TNet, as well provide the necessary equipment installation and management.
The new products and services include platforms, hardware modules, software enhancements, and new feature sets.
Dimdim will be showcased at this week's DEMOfall 07 conference as a free alternative to WebEx or PlaceWare.
If the proposal is approved next week, Transit Wireless will pay New York City Transit approximately $46.8 million over a 10-year period.
The chip works in cooperation with a host CPU and combines the Cell Broadband Engine's multi-core technology with Toshiba's advanced image processing.
MTV will reward members that use the site "to do good" with opportunities to meet celebrities, get access to exclusive MTV events, and get exposure on MTV.
For $25 an item, the company will dispose of unwanted computers and report how the system's data was cleansed before recycling.
Average daily usage of Wi-Fi by travelers increased 25% to 85 minutes in the first half of this year, according to a survey from iPass
The companies offer a content push technology that does not require a separate server for mobile e-mail.
Cognio provides spectrum technology that improves performance, reliability, and security of wireless networks.
The upgraded Market Data System is targeted at financial services companies who are trying to overcome network latency problems and cope with industrywide regulations.
The $48 billion contract includes upgrading the government's wireless and landline infrastructure with the latest voice, data, video, and security services.
iPhone customers like myself have been waiting for details on how to receive the $100 credit we're entitled to. Apple finally released those details today and while I can't complain (since nobody forced me to buy the iPhone back in June), Apple's tactics are disappointing.
Once the standard is finalized in 2009, users will be able to get a removable memory card that can be shared among mobile phones, digital cameras, and other electronic devices without adaptors.
It hasn't had the breadth of networking product lineup to take on Cisco. It'll still face a tough sell.
The company is leaning on a new U335 WCDMA mobile platform for handling services such as mobile TV and mobile video.
While the company isn't providing specifics on its upcoming London press conference, analysts believe it's to launch the smartphone in the U.K., France, and Germany.
Most businesses are dissatisfied with quality of service they get from IP telephony, according to a survey conducted by Psytechnics at last month's VoiceCon conference.
The ThinkCentre A61e contains up to 90% of reusable and recyclable materials and 90% recyclable packaging.
The hardware enforces security policies on all networked devices, including those that aren't associated with a particular user.
The HP networking business unit aims to take a big bite out of market leader Cisco's share of the high-end network switch pie.
The nation's telecom providers are failing to provide customers with a full range of online customer service capabilities, according to an industry survey.