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With the some of the most recognized names in the high-tech industry hyping netbooks as the next big thing, we decided to see how and where they fit into business usage.
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As the FCC nears its vote on whether to open AWS-3 for auction, the Commerce Department has made a stand in favor of stifling innovation.
A recent congressionally sponsored report shoots down the notion that anything wireless is secure.
Is the cybertechnology that can compromise the future chief executive's BlackBerry also a threat to mobile devices being used every day by thousands of senior executives in corporate America?
A recent congressionally-sponsored report shoots down the notion that anything wireless is secure.
A Congressional study puts priority on cyberspace as part of a national security strategy.
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Membership-based patent aggregator RPX takes aim at nefarious non-practicing entities.
Toshiba Storage Division announced a breakthrough half-terabyte hard disk drive in a 2.5-inch form factor.
Users will gain access to all Windows apps via Citrix's client and server software.
Government's response to the financial meltdown will require major tech initiatives for compliance, despite the recession's cutbacks.
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