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Glenn Fleishman is the owner and editor of The Magazine, a fortnightly periodical of stories for curious people with a technical bent. He is a regular contributor to the Economist and a senior contributor to Macworld.

Delta Equips Fleet with Broadband

Delta Airlines will put in-flight broadband on all 330 of its planes, starting later this year.

The DNS Vulnerability: What You Should Know and Do

On July 31, 2008, Apple released an overdue patch for a major vulnerability in the way Mac OS X Server handles turning the...

Judge Rules Sprint Termination Fees Excessive

Early termination fees for cellular contracts will likely change in the wake of a judge's decision, even if her ruling is overturned.

Parents Can Control Kids' T-Mobile Use

T-Mobile becomes the latest carrier to allow parents to set limits on calls, text messages, and downloads for their children.

Sprint Offers Cell Tower in Your Home

Put a Sprint cell tower--a small one--in your home for unlimited fixed rate calls and improved reception.

Obey Browser Certificate Warnings Due to DNS Flaw

If your Web browser throws up a warning about a secure connection you try to make, pay heed, as it might reveal a compromised DNS server.

The Portable Office: The Best Way to Get Online

For many of us who travel and want to get online from the road, Wi-Fi hotspots alone just don't cut it. There aren't enough of...

DNS Dot Bomb: Update Your Nameservers

If you even suspect you have a DNS nameserver running in your company, it's critical you patch it immediately.

Prepare for Access Disaster, Unlike San Francisco

San Francisco almost lost the keys to the kingdom, with an IT system's architect alleged to have locked the system.

Securing Your IPhone 2.0

The iPhone 2.0 software update released earlier this month offers some dramatic improvements from earlier versions in security...

Solid State Drives Accelerate into Market

Solid state drives are about to make solid improvements in price, performance, and power usage.

Lenovo Offers Oops Insurance

Smaller businesses may benefit from Lenovo's new package of next-business day warranty repair, accidental laptop damage coverage, and Internet backups.

iPhone 2.0 Brings Enterprise Features

The latest iPhone operating system update makes the device usable in enterprises by adding better networked security options and global configuration profiles.

Would Wi-Fi Push You to Public Transport?

If you could have a continuous Internet connection on your way to work, would it change whether you drove or used public transportation?

Used iPhones, Cheap?

Will the 2G iPhone have a premium on the open market after its 3G big brother ships because it can be jailbroken and unlocked?